By Frédéric Chopin, ed. Alfred Cortot
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A vos succès anciens ou à vos succès nouveaux. ZUNIGA: They’re having a torchlight parade! They’re cheering the victorious bullfighter! Torero, would you join us for a drink? We’ll make a toast to your past and future triumphs! TOUTES: Vivat! vivat Toréro! Vivat! vivat Escamillo! ALL: Hurrah! Hurrah Toreador! Hurrah! Hurrah Escamillo! ESCAMILLO: Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre, señors, señors, car avec les soldats, oui, les toreros peuvent s’entendre, pour plaisirs ils ont les combats! ESCAMILLO: In return, I drink to you, gentlemen, because soldiers and bullfighters understand each other.
MICAËLA: Non pas! non pas! Non! Non! Au revoir, messieurs les soldats! MICAËLA: No I won’t, no, no, no! Goodbye, soldiers! (She escapes and runs off) MORALÈS: L’oiseau s’envole, on s’en console. Reprenons notre passe-temps et regardons passer les gens. MORALÈS: We’ll have to console ourselves because the bird has flown. Let’s continue where we left off and watch the crowd passing by. LES SOLDATS: Sur la place chacun passe... SOLDIERS: Here in the square everyone is passing by... MORALES: Drôles de gens!
Vous avez besoin de nous? ALL: You do! You need us? LE DANCAÏRE ET LE REMENDADO: Car nous l’avouons humblement, et fort respectueusement: quand il s’agit de tromperie de duperie, de volerie, il est toujours bon, sur ma foi, d’avoir les femmes avec soi. Et sans elles mes toutes belles, on ne fait jamais rien de bien! EL DANCAÏRO, EL REMENDADO: We might as well admit it, that this business needs a woman’s touch. When it’s a case of double dealing, lying, stealing, or concealing, it always pays to have a woman there.