CD-set with erotic illustrations by the New York avantgarde painter Alexander Zakharov. For his setting of “Catulli Carmina” (Songs of Catullus), Orff was inspired. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Carl Orff: Carmina Burana; Catulli Carmina; Trionfo di Afrodite – Herbert Kegel, MDR.
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Catulli Carmina: Orff
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This story is based loosely on the factual relationship between Catullus and Clodiawith a text mostly constructed from the poems orfg Catullus, in which he did address Clodia by the pseudonym Lesbia. Retrieved 27 December Oxford at the Clarendon Press: Ludi e canti nuziale davanti al tabamo.
Carl Orff – Catulli Carmina
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It is scored for a full mixed choir, soprano and tenor catupli, and an entirely percussive orchestra — possibly inspired by Stravinsky ‘s Les noces  — consisting of four pianostimpanibass drum offf, 3 tambourinestrianglecastanetsmaracassuspended and crash cymbalsantique cymbal without specified pitchtam-tamlithophonemetallophone2 glockenspielswood blockxylophoneand tenor xylophone. Floret silva Carl Orff.
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However, in the postlude, the young people have clearly decided to ignore the message and the cantata ends with their continued exclamations of “eis aiona”, to the exasperation of the old men. Nulla portest mulier Carl Orff.
He described it as ludi scaenici scenic plays. Ave formosissima Carl Caarmina. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. In the prelude, groups of young women and young men sing to each other of eternal “eis aiona” — “forever” — two words of Greek in the otherwise Latin text love and devotion, along with quite explicit statements of the erotic activities they intend with each other.
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