Print and download in PDF or MIDI Vége a Világnak. This is the probably best score of Gloomy Sunday on MuseScore. jpg ), and added some improvements. It is most well known, also under the name "(the) Hungarian Suicide Song", because of the many suicides that were.
Sunday is gloomy, My hours are slumberless, Dearest the shadows I live with are numberless Little white flowers will never awaken you Not where the black coach of sorrow has taken you Angels have no thought of ever returning you Would they be angry if I thought of joining you Gloomy Sunday
Gloomy Sunday" (Hungarian: Szomorú vasárnap), also known as the "Hungarian Suicide Song", is a popular song composed by Hungarian pianist and composer Rezső Seress and published in 1933. The original lyrics were titled Vége a világnak (The world is ending) and were about despair caused by war, ending in a quiet prayer about people's sins.
Band Name Gloomy Sunday. Album Name Introduction to the Apocalypse. Type EP. Released date 08 May 2014. Labels Bad Road CES. Music StyleSludge Doom. Members owning this album0. 1. Let Sleeping Corpses Lie. 08:10. 2. The Bastards Won't Let Me Die. 04:42. 3. Introduction to the Apocalypse. 5. Cracking Up. 06:20.
In 1933, the Hungarian pianist and composer Rezső Seress created a melody called Gloomy Sunday (in French Dark Sunday and originally Szomorú Vasárnap). Some time after his release and his many radio appearances, the melody would have caused the death by suicide of more than a hundred people, which earned him to be nicknamed in the country of birth of Seress, the Song Suicide. Indeed, the music was composed by Rezső Seress in 1933 and the lyrics were written by László Jávor, author of Hungarian poem
Sunday is gloomy, the hours are slumberless Dearest of shadows I live with are numberless Little white flowers will never awaken you Not where the dark coach of sorrow has taken you Angels have no thought of ever returning you Would they be angry if I thought of joining you? Gloomy Sunday.