Carl Orff

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German musician who developed a widely used system for teaching music to children (1895-1982)


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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.
Es mas, por su circunstancia] adhesion al Tercer Reich, Carl Orff fue tachado injustamente por muchos anos de pro nazi, y por lo mismo su musica demoro en encontrar resonancia, cuando como otros tantos creadores de origen germanico se vio en la necesidad de producir su obra en el mero cruce de esas complejas coordenadas historicas.
The shock cuts of Palmer's opening montage instantly plunge us into the emotional contradictions and shifting musical politics of Carl Orff (1895-1992), one of Nazi Germany's most controversial composers.
A photograph accompanied the report and showed Carl Orff, "one of Germany's well-known exponents in the development of rhythmic teaching techniques, is shown in his lecture-demonstration" (Lawler, 1953, p.
Beryl is the K-12 Arts Education consultant for Manitoba Education and first VicePresident of Carl Orff Canada.
There are musicians who want always to take the high road, even when some of their instincts are to enjoy slumming in the popular music of a composer like Carl Orff.
Primary source documents include the writings of Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman, video recordings of Keetman taken as she taught and performed, and sound recordings and manuscripts of music written by Keetman.
THERE'S something raw and earthy about Carl Orff 's Carmina Burana.
The song, a Carl Orff composition from his 1937 oratorio Carmina Burana, emerged as the most played classical recordings of the past 75 years.
Du erzahlst, dass Ihr in Eurem Chor jetzt die Carmina Burana einstudiert und dass Du gerne wusstest, was Du da eigentlich singst und was sich Carl Orff (1895-1982) moglicherweise dabei gedacht hat.
For those who may not be familiar with the work of German composer Carl Orff, you'll know the opening chorus as the music from the dramatic Old Spice advert.
En el foro del Auditorio del Estado se hicieron presentes todos los arquetipos de la cultura andaluza: bailaores, cante jondo, guitarras, vestidos con lunares, toros, caballos monjas, una virgen, la cruz donde se crucifica a una bailaora sexi y unos enanos vestidos de monaguillos, entre otros, se sucedian una y otra vez bajo las notas de la musica de Carl Orff.
Among the highlights are a concert performance of ``Die Kluge,'' a seldom performed one-act opera by Carl Orff, on Friday night; Bach's St.
And, because I decided I ought to beef up my classical music selection, I also got the over-the-top choral work Carmina Burana by Carl Orff.
He now explores the lives and careers of eight composers--Werner Egk, Paul Hindemith, Kurt Weill, Karl Amadeus Hartmann, Carl Orff, Hans Pfitzner, Arnold Schoenberg, and Richard Strauss--elucidating the relationship of each to the Nazi regime.