Net, tol′ko tot, kto znal [No, Only One who has Known] (Mey, after J.W. von Goethe
Net, tol′ko tot, kto znal是俄文曲名
No, Only One who has Known是英文翻譯曲名
- DaSaGwaLv 75 年前最佳解答
For your information:
The formal Russian for "Net, tol′ko tot, kto znal" shall be "Нет, только тот, кто знал".
Now, the meaning of "after" is "following" (在 ... 後面).
That is to say:
Th poem was originally written by J.W. von Goethe (a very famous German writer), and later it was used or adapted by L. Mey in this song "Net, tol′ko tot, kto znal" or "Нет, только тот, кто знал"
2015-04-15 12:06:59 補充：
This song "Нет, только тот, кто знал" is a vocal music, you can refer to this link:
2015-04-15 12:08:13 補充：
You scroll down in the link to "Vocal Music", you will see it.
2015-04-15 12:15:10 補充：
The reason it is written as "Net, tol′ko tot, kto znal" is for pronouncing (to read it out). After all, not everybody knows how to read Russian.
2015-04-15 21:17:11 補充：
I didn't see the difference between the song written by Mey and the poem written by Goethe, so I don't know whether Mey translated it or just used it in the song.
- 5 年前