Author:Dmitri Nikolaevich Smirnov

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Dmitri N. Smirnov (D. Smirnov-Sadovsky)
(1948–2020)
(Дмитрий Смирнов) also D. Smirnov-Sadovsky; Russian and British composer, and translator
Dmitri N. Smirnov (D. Smirnov-Sadovsky)

Works[edit]

English translations[edit]

Baratynsky:

  1. Sacred song heals the sick spirit

Alexander Blok

  1. Night. City calmed down

Derzhavin:

  1. Time's river in its rushing current

Kharms: (moved to Wikilivres.ru)

  1. Blue notebook No. 10
  2. Four illustrations of that how a new idea strikes a person unprepared for it

Khayyám:

  1. Where have we come from? Where are we going?
  2. What is the benefit of our arrival and departure?
  3. The Rose said: “Oh, my most radiant beauty
  4. What do you mean to the world? – Nothing!

Khlebnikov

  1. Invocation by Laughter

Lermontov:

  1. Farewell, farewell, unwashed Russia
  2. The Sail
  3. The Pine Tree
  4. From beneath a mysterious and ice-cold half-mask

Mandelstam:

  1. "A meagre beam in a cold measure (Mandelstam)"
  2. "And I go out from space"
  3. "And Schubert on the water, and Mozart in the bird's hubbub"
  4. "And the toothed paw of the maple tree"
  5. "Blok – a king"
  6. "Do you remember runners in"
  7. "Eyelashes are stinging. Tear took a fancy to the chest"
  8. "The Fly (Mandelstam)"
  9. "From needle-shaped pestilential glasses"
  10. "From the semi-dark hall, suddenly"
  11. "Hagia Sophia"
  12. "Help me, The Lord, to live through the night"
  13. "I'm given a body — what to do with it?"
  14. "I love the uprise of a texture (1) "
  15. "I love the uprise of a texture (2) "
  16. "Insomnia. Homer. The rows of stretched sails "
  17. "More tender than tender"
  18. "No, it is not a migraine, but pass me a pencil of menthol"
  19. "O butterfly, O Moslem-woman"
  20. "O let me go, Voronezh, O return me"
  21. "Overcoming the firmness of nature"
  22. "O, we are so afraid, I and you"
  23. "Sisters heaviness and tenderness — your signs are the same"
  24. "Stalin Epigram"
  25. "Telephone cries at the door"
  26. "Tell me, Desert Draftsman"
  27. "The careful and muted sound"
  28. "The Christmas trees are shining"
  29. "The dull air is moist and resounding"
  30. "The Light Moscow Rain"
  31. "The tiny appendage of the sixth sense"
  32. "To read only children's books"
  33. "When after destroying the sketches"
  34. "You want to be like a baby toy"

Mayakovsky

  1. But Could You?
  2. Comprehensive Picture of Spring
Pushkin:[edit]
  1. The Singer
  2. Awakening
  3. Elegy
  4. The Horse
  5. To*** Kern 1825

Tsvetaeva:

  1. Di – stance: versts, miles

See also[edit]

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