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To coincide with the Chelsea Flower Show, we've chosen the best classical pieces about buds, blossoms, and blooms, celebrating the beauty of the natural world.
This short Russian song by Borodin, transliterated as Iz slyoz moyikh (From my tears) is a setting of a poem originally used in Schumann's song cycle, Dichterliebe. "Many blooming flowers spring forth from my tears, and my sighing becomes joined with the chorus of the nightingales."
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