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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Poor lad! He must be tired, I trow; He must not go disconsolate. Hand methy cap and gown; the mask Is for my purpose quite first rate. (He changeshis dress.) Now leave it to my wit! I ask But quarter of an hour; meanwhileequip, And make all ready for our pleasant trip!(Exit Faust.)
2.  If we are bit, &c.
3.  Altmayer
4.  'Tis done! Full soon thou'lt see my exultation; As for my bet no fears Ientertain. And if my end I finally should gain, Excuse my triumphing with allmy soul. Dust he shall eat, ay, and with relish take, As did my cousin, therenowned snake.
5.  Altmayer
6.  Faust


1.  Poet
2.  If not a spouse, a gallant let it be. Among heaven's choicest gifts, I place, Sosweet a darling to embrace.
3.  Thy name?
4.  Vile reprobate! go get thee hence; Forbear the lovely girl to name! Nor in myhalf - distracted sense, Kindle anew the smouldering flame!Mephistopheles
5.  Ci - devant Genius of the Age
6.  Faust


1.  Eritis Sicut Deus, Scientes Bonum Et Malum (He reverently closes the bookand retires.)
2.  Know'st thou my servant, Faust?
3.  Faust, Mephistopheles
4.  Since thou, O Lord, approachest us once more, And how it fares with us, toask art fain, Since thou hast kindly welcom'd me of yore, Thou see'st me alsonow among thy train. Excuse me, fine harangues I cannot make, Though allthe circle look on me with scorn; My pathos soon thy laughter would awake,Hadst thou the laughing mood not long forsworn. Of suns and worlds Inothing have to say, I see alone mankind's self - torturing pains. The littleworld - god still the self - same stamp retains, And is as wondrous now as onthe primal day. Better he might have fared, poor wight, Hadst thou not givenhim a gleam of heavenly light; Reason, he names it, and doth so Use it, thanbrutes more brutish still to grow. With deference to your grace, he seems tome Like any long - legged grasshopper to be, Which ever flies, and flyingsprings, And in the grass its ancient ditty sings. Would he but always in thegrass repose! In every heap of dung he thrusts his nose.The Lord
5.   Mephistopheles
6.  Faust (entering with the poodle)


1.  Faust
2.  Mephistopheles
3.  Up stood the jovial monarch, And quaff'd his last life's glow, Then hurled thehallow'd goblet Into the flood below.
4、  Who doth ignore The primal Four, Nor knows aright Their use and might,O'er spirits will he Ne'er master be!
5、  Mephistopheles




  • 鲁乐汉 08-04


  • 齐敏加 08-04

      The prospect fills me with dismay.

  • 王硕仁 08-04

       Faust Soliloquy - Chorus Of Angels

  • 林志祥 08-04


  • 陈友青 08-03

    {  Was that your nose?

  • 黄元帅 08-02


  • 侯初初 08-02

      Gaze not upon her! 'Tis not good! Forbear! 'Tis lifeless, magical, a shape ofair, An idol. Such to meet with, bodes no good; That rigid look of hers dothfreeze man's blood, And well - nigh petrifies his heart to stone: The story ofMedusa thou hast known.

  • 史林波 08-02

      Away! I will return no more!

  • 戈登 08-01

       Upon her neck I fain would hang with joy; To reach it, say, what means mustI employ?

  • 黄婉仪 07-30

    {  Faust

  • 许云 07-30

      Some pleasures gratis to enjoy, Should surely cause you no annoy. Whilebright with stars the heavens appear, I'll sing a masterpiece of art: A moralsong shall charm her ear, More surely to beguile her heart.(Sings to the guitar.)