In a foolish dream
Jerry Hadley - The Rake's Progress: I Have Waited ... In A Foolish Dream (with Dawn Upshaw, 1996)
Singer(s): Jerry Hadley Dawn Upshaw
Jerry Hadley & Dawn Upshaw - The Rake's Progress: Act III Scene 3: "I Have Waited ... In A Foolish Dream"
Salzburg 1996; Conductor Sylvain Cambreling
In memoriam Jerry Hadley
(June 16, 1952 – July 18, 2007)
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In a foolish dream, in a gloomy labyrinth,
I hunted shadows, disdaining thy true love.
Forgive thy servant, who repents his madness.
Forgive Adonis and he shall faithful prove.
What should I forgive? Thy ravishing penitence
blesses me, dear heart, and brightens all the past.
Kiss me, Adonis, the wild boar is vanquished.
Embrace me, Venus: I've come home at last!
Rejoice, beloved: In these fields of Elysium,
space can not alter, nor time our love abate.
Here has no words for absence or estrangement,
nor now a notion of ''almost'' or ''too late.''
English Libretto or Translation:Not entered yet.
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