Final do Torneio de Toulon Junho 10, 2005
Alma minha gentil, que te partiste
Tão cedo desta vida descontente,
Repousa lá no Céu eternamente
E viva eu cá na terra sempre triste.
Se lá no assento Etéreo, onde subiste,
Memória desta vida se consente,
Não te esqueças daquele amor ardente
Que já nos olhos meus tão puro viste.
E se vires que pode merecer-te
Alguma cousa a dor que me ficou
Da mágoa sem remédio de perder-te,
Roga a Deus, que teus anos encurtou,
Que tão cedo de cá me leve a ver-te,
Quão cedo de meus olhos te levou.
Luís de Camões
Mudam-se os tempos, mudam-se as vontades,
Muda-se o ser, muda-se a confiança;
Todo o mundo é composto de mudança,
Tomando sempre novas qualidades.
Continuamente vemos novidades,
Diferentes em tudo da esperança;
Do mal ficam as mágoas na lembrança,
E do bem, se algum houve, as saudades.
O tempo cobre o chão de verde manto,
Que já coberto foi de neve fria,
E em mim converte em choro o doce canto.
E, afora este mudar-se cada dia,
Outra mudança faz de mor espanto:
Que não se muda já como soía.
Luís de Camões
Aquela triste e leda madrugada,
Cheia toda de mágoa e de piedade,
Enquanto houver no mundo saudade,
Quero que seja sempre celebrada.
Ela só, quando amena e marchetada
Saía, dando ao mundo claridade,
Viu apartar-se d’uma outra vontade,
Que nunca poderá ver-se apartada.
Ela só viu as lágrimas em fio,
Que de uns e de outros olhos derivadas,
Se acrescentaram em grande e largo rio.
Ela ouviu as palavras magoadas
Que puderam tornar o fogo frio,
E dar descanso às almas condenadas.
Luís de Camões
Amor é fogo que arde sem se ver;
É ferida que dói e não se sente;
É um contentamento descontente;
É dor que desatina sem doer;
É um não querer mais que bem querer;
É solitário andar por entre a gente;
É nunca contentar-se de contente;
É cuidar que se ganha em se perder;
É querer estar preso por vontade;
É servir a quem vence, o vencedor;
É ter com quem nos mata lealdade.
Mas como causar pode seu favor
Nos corações humanos amizade,
Se tão contrário a si é o mesmo Amor?
Luís de Camões (n. 1524 – m. 10 Jun 1580)
1075 – Margrave Ernest the Brave of Austria dies
1190 – Frederick Barbarossa, dies (drowned). Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1122)
1190 – Third Crusade: Frederick I Barbarossa drowns in the Saleph River while leading an army to Jerusalem.
1424 – Duke Ernest the Iron of Inner Austria dies
1580 – Luis de Camões, dies (b. 1524). Portuguese poet.
1654 – Alessandro Algardi, dies (b. 1598). Italian sculptor.
1657 – James Cragg the Elder, was born (d. 1721). English politician.
1688 – James Francis Edward Stuart, was born (d. 1766). “The Old Pretender”.
1692 – Bridget Bishop, dies. Accused witch.
1692 – Salem witch trials: Bridget Bishop is hanged at Gallows Hill near Salem, Massachusetts for “certaine Detestable Arts called Witchcraft & Sorceries”.
1793 – The Jardin des Plantes museum opens in Paris (becoming, a year later, the first public zoo).
1803 – Henry Darcy, was born (d. 1858). French scientist.
1819 – Gustave Courbet, was born (d. 1877). French painter.
1829 – First Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge.
1831 – Hans Karl Friedrich Anton, count von Diebitsch, dies (b. 1785). Russian field marshal.
1835 – Rebecca Latimer Felton, was born (d. 1930). First female U.S. Senator.
1836 – André-Marie Ampère, dies (b. 1775). French physicist.
1844 – Carl Hagenbeck, was born. Animal trainer
1846 – Mexican-American War: The California Republic declares independence from Mexico.
1854 – The first class of United States Naval Academy students graduate.
1861 – Pierre Duhem, was born (d. 1916). French physicist and philosopher of science.
1862 – Mrs Leslie Carter, nee Caroline Dudley, was born (d. 1937). Broadway actress & star.
1864 – American Civil War: Battle of Brice’s Crossroads – Confederate troops under Nathan Bedford Forrest defeat a much larger Union force led by General Samuel D. Sturgis in Mississippi.
1880 – André Derain, was born (d. 1954). French painter and illustrator.
1886 – Eruption of Mount Tarawera in New Zealand, killing 153 people and destroying the famous Pink and White Terraces.
1895 – Hattie McDaniel, was born (d. 1952). Actress, and the first African American to win an Academy Award.
1897 – Grand Duchess Tatiana of Russia was born (d. 1918)
1898 – US Marines land on the island of Cuba during the Spanish-American War.
1899 – Ernest Chausson, dies (b. 1855). French composer.
1901 – Robert Williams Buchanan, dies (b. 1841). British poet, novelist and dramatist.
1901 – Frederick Loewe, was born (d. 1988). Austrian-born American composer.
1902 – Jacint Verdaguer, dies (b. 1845). Catalan poet.
1903 – Theo Lingen was born (d. 1978). German actor.
1903 – Clyde Beatty, was born (d. 1965). Hunter, circus impresario.
1907 – Fairfield Porter, was born (d. 1975). American painter.
1908 – Robert Cummings was born (d. 2 Dec 1990). Emmy Award-winning actor: Twelve Angry Men ; Love That Bob, The Bob Cummings Show, My Hero, Dial “M” for Murder, The Carpetbaggers;
1909 – Edward Everett Hale, dies. Author.
1910 – Howlin’ Wolf, was born (d. 1976). Blues musician (born “Chester Burnett”).
1911 – Terence Rattigan, was born (d. 1977). British playwright.
1912 – Anton Aškerc, dies (b. 1856). Slovenian poet.
1913 – Tikhon Khrennikov, was born. Russian composer.
1915 – Saul Bellow, was born (d. 2005). Canadian-born American author, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature.
1918 – Arrigo Boito, dies (b. 1842). Italian poet and composer.
1921 – Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh was born.
1922 – Judy Garland, [Frances Ethel Gumm] was born (d. 22 Jun 1969). American actress, singer. Mother of Liza Minelli and Lorna & Joey Luft. ( Singer : Over the Rainbow, The Trolley Song, You Made Me Love You, The Man that Got Away; actress: The Wizard of Oz, Meet Me in St. Louis, A Star is Born, Easter Parade, The Harvey Girls, Judgment at Nuremberg);
1922 – Nascimento, no Rio de Jabneiro – RJ, de Bibi Ferreira (Abigail Isquierdo Ferreira), consagrada artista do teatro brasilieiro.
1923 – Pierre Loti, dies (b. 1850). French sailor and writer.
1924 – Fascists kidnap and kill Italian socialist leader Giacomo Matteotti in Rome.
1926 – Antoni Gaudí, dies (b. 1852). Catalan architect.
1926 – Lionel Jeffries was born. British actor.
1923 – Robert Maxwell, was born (d. 1991). Czech-born British owner of Mirror Group Newspapers (d. 1991)
1927 – Lin Yang-kang, was born. Chinese politician
1928 – Maurice Sendak, was born. Writer, producer, illustrator
1929 – Harald Juhnke, was born (d. 2005). German actor and comedian.
1929 – Ian McCahon Sinclair, was born. Australian politician
1930 – Theo Sommer was born. German journalist.
1930 – Adolf Harnack, dies (b. 1851). German theologian.
1933 – F. Lee Bailey, was born. Celebrity attorney
1934 – Frederick Delius, dies (b. 1862). English composer.
1934 – Nascimento de João Gilberto, compositor da MPB, em Juazeiro-BA.
1935 – Alcoholics Anonymous is founded in Akron, Ohio by William G. Wilson and Dr. Robert Smith.
1937 – Robert Borden, dies (b. 1854). Eighth Prime Minister of Canada.
1940 – Marcus Garvey, dies (b. 1887). American civil rights activist.
1940 – World War II: Italy declares war on France and the United Kingdom.
1940 – World War II: German forces, under General Erwin Rommel, reach the English Channel.
1940 – World War II: Canada declares war on Italy.
1940 – World War II: Norway Surrenders to German forces.
1940 – John Stevens, was born (d. 1994). British drummer (d. 1994)
1941 – Jürgen Prochnow, was born. German actor
1941 – Shirley Owens, was born. Singer, member of the Shirelles
1942 – Preston Manning, was born. Canadian politician
1942 – World War II: Nazis burn the Czech village of Lidice as reprisal for the killing of Reinhard Heydrich. Na vila checa de Lidice, todos os 172 homens e rapazes com mais de 16 anos são mortos, em retaliação pela morte do chefe das SS e governador do Protectorado alemão da Boémia-Moravia, actual território da República Checa, Reinhard Heydrich. As mulheres foram enviadas para o campo de concentração de Ravensbruck onde a maior parte morreu. Noventa crianças foram enviadas para o campo de Gneisau. A vila foi completamente arrasada.
1944 – World War II: 642 men, women and children are killed in the Oradour-sur-Glane Massacre in France.
1944 – O Estádio Nacional é inaugurado oficialmente no decorrer das comemorações do «Dia da Raça».
1944 – In baseball, 15-year old Joe Nuxhall of the Cincinnati Reds becomes the youngest player ever in a major-league game.
1946 – Jack Johnson, dies (b. 1878). Boxer.
1947 – Alexander Bethune, dies (b. 1852). Twelfth Mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia.
1947 – Saab produces its first automobile.
1949 – Sigrid Undset, dies (b. 1882). Norwegian author, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature.
1949 – Ronald James Padavona, (a.k.a. Ronnie James Dio) was born. Heavy metal singer
1951 – Dan Fouts, was born. American football star
1953 – John Edwards, was born. U.S. Senator
1956 – 1956 Summer Olympics: Equestrian events open in Stockholm, Sweden.
1956 – In Argentina loyalists smashed a Peronist revolt. 26 rebels were executed.
1957 – Lindsay Hoyle, was born. British politician
1958 – Angelina Weld Grimke, dies (b. 1880). Journalist and poet.
1962 – Gina Gershon, was born. American actress
1963 – Jeanne Tripplehorn, was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. American actress.
1964 – Jimmy Chamberlin, was born. Musician.
1965 – Vietnam War: Battle of Dong Xoai begins.
1965 – Elizabeth Hurley, was born. British actress
1965 – Linda Evangelista, was born. Supermodel
1967 – Six-Day War ends: Israel and Syria agree to a cease-fire.
1967 – Argentina becomes a member of the Berne Convention copyright treaty.
1967 – Spencer Tracy, dies (b. 1900). Actor.
1968 – Jimmy Shea, was born. American skeleton racer
1971 – Joel Hailey aka JoJo, was born. R&B singer
1971 – Michael Rennie, dies (b. 1909). Actor.
1973 – Faith Evans, was born. R&B singer
1973 – William Inge, dies (b. 1913). Playwright.
1973 – Paul Getty III, grandson of billionaire J. Paul Getty, is kidnapped in Rome, Italy.
1974 – Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester dies (b. 1900) .
1976 – Adolph Zukor, dies (b. 1873). Producer.
1976 – Freddy Garcia, was born. Baseball pitcher
1977 – Apple Computer ships its first Apple II personal computer.
1977 – James Earl Ray escapes from Brushy Mountain State Prison in Petros, Tennessee, but is recaptured on June 13).
1978 – Costa Rica becomes a member of the Berne Convention copyright treaty.
1980 – The African National Congress in South Africa publishes a call to fight from their imprisoned leader Nelson Mandela.
1980 – Percy Wood, president of United Airlines, is injured by an exploding package sent by the Unabomber.
1982 – Addie “Micki” Harris, dies (b. 1940). Singer (Shirelles).
1982 – Rainer Werner Fassbinder, dies (b. 1945). Author, movie director.
1982 – Princess Madeleine of Sweden was born.
1982 – Tara Lipinski, was born. Figure skater.
1982 – Leelee Sobieski (Liliane Rudabet Gloria Elsveta Sobieski), was born. Actress ( Charlie Grace, Deep Impact, Joan of Arc [TV: 1999], Eyes Wide Shut, Squelch) .
1985 -The Israeli army pulled out of Lebanon after 1,099 days of occupation.
1986 – Merle Miller, dies (b. 19189). Biographer.
1988 – Louis L’Amour, dies in Los Angeles (b. 1908). American author, western novelist.
1990 – Alberto Fujimori was elected president of Peru by a narrow margin over novelist Mario Vargas Llosa.
1991- In what was dubbed “The Mother of All Parades,” New York City hosts a parade welcoming back troops from Operation Desert Storm.
1993 – Les Dawson, dies (b. 1933 or 34). British comedian.
1996 – George Hees, dies (b. 1910). Canadian politician.
1996 – Peace talks begin in Northern Ireland without Sinn Féin.
1997 – Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot orders the killing of his defense chief Son Sen and 11 of Sen’s family members before Pol Pot flees his northern stronghold.
1998 – Hammond Innes, dies (b. 1914). English author.
1999 – Kosovo War: NATO suspends its air strikes after Slobodan Milošević agrees to withdraw Serbian forces from Kosovo.
2000 – Hafez al-Assad, the “Lion of Damascus,” dies (b. 1930). President of Syria.
2000 – Arambam Somorendra, dies (b. 1936). Playwright and social work.
2000 – Brian Statham, dies (b. 1930). Cricketer.
2001 – Princess Leila of Iran dies (b. 1970)
2001 – Mike Mentzer, dies (b. 1951). Philosopher, bodybuilder, and author.
2002 – John Gotti, dies (b. 1940). Mafia boss.
2003 – Donald Regan, dies (b. 1918). Chief of Staff and U.S. Treasury Secretary
2003 – Dr Phil Williams, dies (b. 1939) Welsh politician and scientist.
2004 – Ray Charles, dies (b. 1930). American singer and musician.
Roman Empire – fourth day of the Vestalia in honor of Vesta
Portugal – National day of Portugal, Camões and the Portuguese Communities.