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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Por conseguir ese record al interpretar los cantos goliardos de los siglos XII y XIII musicalizados por el compositor Carl Orff (Munich, 1895-1982), dando voz al Cisne, el consulado de Mexico en Francfort del Meno lo nombro Lider Mexicano en Alemania 2019.
Maintenance and basic cleaning of the following objects: - pestalozzi school, - carl orff school, - eichendorff grammar school, - wilhelm lorenz secondary school, - sports hall rheinlandkaserne, - albgauhalle, - community college.
A Carl Orff B Georges Bizet C Wolfgang Mozart D Richard Wagner 14.
A Purification B Debrination C Desalination D Freshification A Carl Orff B Georges Bizet C Wolfgang Mozart D Richard Wagner 4.
Reyes has built the choreography around Carl Orff's scenic oratorio.
King cites numerous other examples of Jackson's use of classical tunes, mentioning composers including Carl Orff, Modest Mussorgsky, and MiklEs REzsa.
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 concert features the world premiere of Alejandro Consolacion II's Dekada '70 Suite and culminates in a special performance of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.
AMERICAN rapper Sean Combs, aka Puff Daddy, P Diddy and just plain Diddy, sampled Carl Orff's famous O Fortuna from Camina Burana, for his 1999 song Hate Me Now.
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.
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.