„And the single string of the marine trumpets.“

—  Guillaume Apollinaire, libro Alcools

Et l'unique cordeau des trompettes marines
"Chantre" (Singer), in its entirety; translations by William Meredith, from Francis Steegmuller Apollinaire: Poet Among the Painters (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1973) p. 210.
Alcools (1912)

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Et l'unique cordeau des trompettes marines

Alcools (1912)

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