Carmina Burana (Orff)

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Carmina Burana est cantata scaenica a Carolo Orff in Germania annis 1935 et 1936 composita. Textus, praecipue Latinus, e carminibus mediaevalibus sub nomine Carminum Buranorum collectis extrahitur.

Cantata "Carmina Burana" e quinque partibus constat et 25 movimentis.

Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi
1. O Fortuna Latine   chorus
2. Fortune plango vulnera Latine   chorus
I – Primo vere  
3. Veris leta facies Latine   chorus parvus
4. Omnia sol temperat Latine   barytonus
5. Ecce gratum Latine   chorus
Uf dem Anger In herba
6. Tanz   Saltatio instrumentalis
7. Floret silva nobilis Latine   chorus
8. Chramer, gip die varwe mir Theodisce Da atramenta, caupo chorus
9. a) Reie   saltatio circularis instrumentalis
9. b) Swaz hie gat umbe Theodisce Qui hic circulo saltant chorus
9. c) Chume, chum, geselle min Theodisce Veni, veni, amata mea chorus parvus
9. d) Swaz hie gat umbe (repetitum) Theodisce Qui hic circulo saltant chorus
10. Were diu werlt alle min Theodisce Si meus sit mundus totus chorus
II – In taberna In the Tavern
11. Estuans interius Latine   barytonus
12. Olim lacus colueram Latine   tenor, chorus masculinus
13. Ego sum abbas Latine   barytonus, chorus masculinus
14. In taberna quando sumus Latine   chorus masculinus
III – Cour d'amours Aula amorum
15. Amor volat undique Latine   superanus, chorus puerorum
16. Dies, nox et omnia Latine et Francogallice   barytonus
17. Stetit puella Latine   superanus
18. Circa mea pectora Latine et Theodisce   barytonus, chorus
19. Si puer cum puellula Latine   3 tenores, barytonus, 2 bassi
20. Veni, veni, venias Latine   chorus duplex
21. In trutina Latine   superanus
22. Tempus est iocundum Latine   superanus, barytonus, chorus puerorum
23. Dulcissime Latine   superanus
Blanziflor et Helena  
24. Ave formosissima Latine   chorus
Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi  
25. O Fortuna (repetitum) Latine   chorus

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Babcock, Jonathan. "Carl Orff's Carmina Burana: A Fresh Approach to the Work's Performance Practice". Choral Journal 45, no. 11 (May 2006): 26–40.
  • Fassone, Alberto: "Carl Orff", in: The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Londinii: Macmillan 2001.
  • Kater, Michael H.: "Carl Orff: Man of Legend". Composers of the Nazi Era: Eight Portraits. Novi Eboraci: Oxford University Press, 2000, 111–143. ISBN 0-19-509924-9
  • Carl Orff und sein Werk: Dokumentation. Tutzing: Schneider, 1975–1983. ISBN 3-7952-0154-3
  • Steinberg, Michael. "Carl Orff: Carmina Burana". Choral Masterworks: A Listener's Guide. Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 2005, 230–242.
  • Taruskin, Richard: The Oxford History of Western Music. Vol. 4 "The Early Twentieth Century". Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 2005, 754–765.