Carl Orff


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Noun1.Carl Orff - German musician who developed a widely used system for teaching music to children (1895-1982)
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Developed in the 1930s by German composer Carl Orff, Orff-Schulwerk is a general artistic education approach that has been one of the main trends in music education since the 1950s (Sangiorgio, 2007).
Then on to Carmina, sung brilliantly throughout by Ex Cathedra to Carl Orff 's music.
He began with Carl Orff 's classic and halfway into the walk-in the music changed to a Mozart requiem.
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1995), Tony Palmer's documentary essay about German composer Carl Orff, begins with a brief barrage of words, images, and violent musical outbursts.
Songs from the Silver Screen features a programme of music from films including O Fortuna from Carl Orff 's Carmina Burana (The Omen), As Time Goes By (Casablanca), Pure Imagination (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory) and The Sound of Silence (The Graduate).
In the mid 1930s the German composer Carl Orff selected 24 poems from the larger collection of 254 and set them to music.
THERE'S something raw and earthy about Carl Orff 's Carmina Burana.
The song, a Carl Orff composition from his 1937 oratorio Carmina Burana, emerged as the most played classical recordings of the past 75 years.
And so it began, with a choir and orchestra of mixed nationalities, singing a rousing canata by famous German composer Carl Orff.
He has a fair number of uncomplicated sexual encounters with other boys after school and at summer camp, and one amusing adventure ensues when he translates some bawdy poems, found in the works of the modern composer Carl Orff, from Latin to English.
Du erzahlst, dass Ihr in Eurem Chor jetzt die Carmina Burana einstudiert und dass Du gerne wusstest, was Du da eigentlich singst und was sich Carl Orff (1895-1982) moglicherweise dabei gedacht hat.