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.m.
With the performance of Carl Orff's scenic cantata Carmina Burana by the ensemble La Fura dels Baus of Spain, under the baton of Josep Vicent and accompanied by the orchestra of the Macedonian Opera and Ballet and the Macedonian Philharmonic, the 55th edition of Macedonia's largest cultural event--Ohrid Summer Festival--was officially opened on 12 July on the stage of the Ancient Theater in Ohrid.
Then on to Carmina, sung brilliantly throughout by Ex Cathedra to Carl Orff 's music.
A homegrown ensemble, the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO), which comprises both Emiratis and expatriates, is all set to strike a classical high when the Abu Dhabi premiere of Carl Orff's most famous work Carmina Burana opens at the theatre this Friday.
Academics from the Mersin University State Conservatory and opera singers from the Opera Singers Association sang part of German composer Carl Orff's cantata "Carmina Burana" while ballet dancers gave a dance performance.
Carl Orff's world famous work "Carmina Burana" provides the framework for the programme.
(1995), Tony Palmer's documentary essay about German composer Carl Orff, begins with a brief barrage of words, images, and violent musical outbursts.
The opening of Carl Orff's 20th-century choral masterwork "Carmina Burana'' has been described as "surely one of the most dramatic and powerful passages of music ever written.'' That's just the beginning as it soars, roars, glides and thunders.
Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Sao Paulo; 2 The Rosetta Stone; 3 Gene Hackman; 4 The night or darkness; 5 Margaret Thatcher; 6 Sir Oswald Mosley; 7 Carl Orff; 8 The puffin; 9 Stacy Ann Ferguson; 10 Andre Agassi.
Orff Schulwerk is an internationally recognized creative music pedagogy developed by German composer Carl Orff and his colleague Gunild Keetman (Orff, 1978; Frazee, 1987; Goodkin, 2001).
The teacher candidates in our class have been encouraged and activated to engage in meaningful music making in ways both Carl Orff and R.
The construction work began with the arrival of several diggers and bulldozers to the sounds of Carl Orff's opera "Carmina Burana."
ONE of the most deliciously subversive pieces of classical music l know is Carl Orff's Carmina Burana, and my mind often turns to it as our Canadian winter finally breaks off into a hesitant spring.
Keetman, a colleague of German composer and music educator Carl Orff, played an instrumental role in developing the pedagogy of the Orff approach to music education (Orff 1978), also known as Orff Schulwerk or Das Schulwerk (The Schoolwork).