«Excalibur: O Fortuna» — Carl Orff The History According To Wikipedia : «O Fortuna» «O Fortuna» is a medieval Latin Goliardic poem written early in the 13th century, part of the collection known as the Carmina Burana. It is a complaint about fate and Fortuna, a goddess in Roman mythology and the personification of luck. In 1935—36, «O Fortuna» wa...[Read More]
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André Rieu performing ‘O Fortuna’ live in Maastricht 2012. Taken from the DVD «HAPPY BIRTHDAY! A celebration of 25 years of the Johann Strauss Orchestra». Available at: For tour dates visit:
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Carl Orff — O Fortuna ~ Carmina Burana Irudiak: Joseph Mallord William Turner
25. O Fortuna (O Fortune) O Fortuna, O Fortune, velut luna like the moon statu variabilis, you are changeable, semper crescis ever waxing aut decrescis; and waning; vita detestabilis hateful life nunc obdurat first oppresses et tunc curat and then soothes ludo mentis aciem, as fancy takes it; egestatem, poverty potestatem and power dissolvit ut glaciem. it melts them like ice. Sors immanis Fate ...[Read More]
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Carl Orff — Carmina Burana: O Fortuna (London Philharmonic Orchestra & David Parry)
«O Fortuna» is a medieval Latin Goliardic poem composed early in the thirteenth century, part of the collection known as the Carmina Burana. It is a complaint about fate, and Fortuna, a goddess in Roman mythology and personification of luck. In 1935—36 «O Fortuna» was set to music by the German composer Carl Orff for his twenty-five-movement cantata Carmina Burana. (̵...[Read More]