The popularity of the work continued to rise after the war, and by the 1960s Carmina Burana was well established as part of the international classic repertoire. Carmina Burana is a scenic composed in 1935 and 1936 by , based on 24 poems from the collection. I think he is a good judge of tempi in this piece, brisk but not rushed like an F1 Ferrari. Orchestral and choral execution is exemplary. Alfons Hilka und Otto Schumann, 2 vols, Heidelberg 1930.
This is not to suggest that the Philharmonia account has any lack of vitality. Penelope Walsmley-Clark, too, makes a rapturous contribution: her delicious song of uncertainty betweed modesty and desire is most tender with alluring flutes to point the words and her acount of the girl in the red dress is equally delectable. The other soloists are good but less individual. El códice original recoge un total de 300 rimas, escritas en su mayoría en latín aunque no con metro clásico , algunas partes en un dialecto del alto alemán medio, y del francés antiguo. The sound quality is superb. Un disco que hacía tiempo tenía ganas de poner en conocimiento de todos. On the other hand, this earlier performance has more edge and drive.
Fortuna, Money, and the Sublunar World: Twelfth-century Ethical Poetics and the Satirical Poetry of the Carmina Burana Ph. When I say everything I mean it. It sounds effortless and suitably mock-tragic, and his falsetto makes it just right. Los dos principales temas que desarrollan son el amoroso y el satírico contra la iglesia. Rattle, a percussion player by training, gives particular emphasis to the percussion section, and my golly they play out proudly! However, in the process of binding, the text was placed partially out of order, and some pages were most likely lost, as well.
I think that Fischer-Dieskau acquits himself admirably in his many solos. The soloists are wonderful including Dietrich Fisher-Dieskau, whom I loved to hate once upon a time , Gondola Janowitz and Gerhard Stolze, who did so much sneering in the Solti recording of Salome that I feared his face might get frozen in a permanent sneer. The recorded sound is unflattering to the soloists — notibly the baritone — Håkan Hagegård — although the choral and orchestral sound is certainly spectacular. The choristers of St Paul's Cathedral sing with perfect purity but are perhaps not boyish enough; though the soloists are first rate with John Aler coping splendidly, in high refined tones, with the Roast Swan episode. Indeed, it is hard to find any good reason to obtain this version of Carmina Burana. The recordings are from the mid 1950s and are in mono, and considering the age the sound is adequate. La obra se estrenó el 8 de junio de 1937 en la Alte Oper de Frankfurt dirigida por Oskar Wälterlin y curiosamente con un éxito poco reseñable.
I don't listen to it much, tho. Olim lacus colueram Latin Once I swam in lakes tenor, choir male 13. But the excellent soloists come up clear and the big moments have plenty of impact. The soloists are good, but the Atlanta boys cannot quite match their rivals on most European versions. It's the only one in my collection since I don't like the work. Orff was influenced melodically by late and early models including and.
Recorded sound is immensely powerful and strong, perhaps with an element of overload and roughness. Veni, veni, venias Latin Come, come, pray come double choir 21. They were written principally in , a few in , and old. Not as bad as his remake with the Vienna Philharmonic, but you can do much better. The collection was found in 1803 in the , Bavaria, and is now housed in the in Munich. The authors demonstrate a broad knowledge of ancient mythology, which they employ to rich effect through and references, and which they effortlessly weave into scenes from the Bible.
Sure, there are brilliant moments—Were diu welte alle min is executed with the virtuosity that only the Chicago brass could deliver—but the overall impression is that of a routine performance. The soloists are frankly often not above the mediocre and the choral singing often no more than acceptable. If there is any fault at all with this performance, it lies with the soloists. In the United States, Carmina Burana represents one of the few box office certainties in 20th-century repertoire. Jahrhunderts, Wilhelm Fink Verlag, München 1972, p. In particular, Orff's music is very reminiscent of Stravinsky's earlier work, The Wedding.
What followed is beyond description. I wont even debate as I dont care. S: Harsanyi, Petrak and Presnell P: Sony Essential Classics. Another group of spiritual poems may have been included in the Carmina Burana and since lost. Among the soloists, Thomas Allen's contribution is one of the glories of the music making, and in their lesser roles the soprano and tenor are equally stylish. This set also offers the only compilation of all three works, and if you like Carmina Burana, you'll probably like them, too.