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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The discussion of experiential versus intellectual learning is, again, not new to the pedagogical table; Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman did this in their Schulwerk a hundred years ago.
The event has been a long time in planning by Honley Ladies Choir, who have enlisted the help of volunteer male voices for the concert, which will include a performance of the popular choral work The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins (accompanied by laser show) as well as O Fortuna By Carl Orff and Parry's I was Glad.
The project is called Erweiterungsneubau Carl Orff Gymnasium.
For one thing, it will be reprising "Carmina Burana" by Carl Orff.
Un musico sui generis, el aleman Carl Orff (Munich, 1895-1982) comenzo a utilizar en la decada de los veinte un novedoso concepto por el mismo denominado "elementare Musik", y como mas tarde lo corroboraria la naturaleza de su propia obra, se entiende en la unidad de las artes simbolizadas por las antiguas musas griegas.
Then on to Carmina, sung brilliantly throughout by Ex Cathedra to Carl Orff 's music.
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).
Orff Schulwerk is an internationally recognized creative music pedagogy developed by German composer Carl Orff and his colleague Gunild Keetman (Orff, 1978; Frazee, 1987; Goodkin, 2001).
The teacher candidates in our class have been encouraged and activated to engage in meaningful music making in ways both Carl Orff and R.
In the mid 1930s the German composer Carl Orff selected 24 poems from the larger collection of 254 and set them to music.
Keetman, a colleague of German composer and music educator Carl Orff, played an instrumental role in developing the pedagogy of the Orff approach to music education (Orff 1978), also known as Orff Schulwerk or Das Schulwerk (The Schoolwork).