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Orff

Carl . 1895--1982, German composer. His works include the secular oratorio Carmina Burana (1937) and the opera Antigone (1949)
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2) The balance of this article will concern itself with classical Greek (or Attic dialect, as it is sometimes known), as appropriate for Orff and other composers who have employed such texts, with particular reference to Prometheus and Die Bernauerin.
DANCE PREVIEW White Noise, Carmina Burana What: Eugene Ballet Company presents the Carl Orff ballet and the Northwest premiere of an Amy Seiwert work When: 7:30 p.
Orff believed that children needed multiple experiences inventing and playing with sound before being presented with musical notation.
De vuelta a los origenes rituales de la musica, a su etapa primitiva y liberadora, Orff persigue con toda esta trilogia escrita en latin y de la cual forma parte Carmina Burana, al igual que eon sus bellas operas Die kluge y Der mond, conectarnos con un estado casi elegiaco, en el que el arte se potencia como vehiculo de busqueda y hallazgo.
What Orff "forgot" constitutes the driving force and bitter polemic of O Fortuna, resulting in a series of groundbreaking revelations regarding Orff's participation in Nazi politics and his influence in the pedagogical doctrines of the Hitler Youth.
Mor wahanol y mae pethau heddiw pan mae'r meddyg yn gwybod yn syth mai orff yw yr haint, a medru ei drin ar unwaith, yn lle gweld meddygon ac arbenigwyr ac archwilio cyn cael canlyniad boddhaol.
The Orff approach employs elemental and improvisatory techniques such as imitation, echo, ostinato and cannon to create sound and experiential teaching episodes and programs which can be developed to considerable depth and complexity.
In her latest book, Orff Schulwerk Today, Jane Frazee states that "listening is central to all Orff experiences" (2006, p.
Anything that was popular in Hitler's Germany comes under suspicion, and both Orff and his work certainly have.
This paper examines the ways in which Keetman's work in the Orff approach posed such questions, defying the conventions of the established music education methods of the day.
THERE'S something raw and earthy about Carl Orff 's Carmina Burana.
net DOUBLE ROLE - soprano Susan Gritton sings Ravel and Orff at the Sage tomorrow PICTURE: TIM CANTRELL