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Carmina Burana

By Orff, Carl

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Title: Carmina Burana  
Author: Orff, Carl
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Codex Latinus Monacensis
Collections: Poetry, Authors Community, Recreation, Literature
Historic
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Publisher: A. S. Kline
Member Page: Tony Kline

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Orff, C. (n.d.). Carmina Burana. Retrieved from http://gutenberg.us/


Description
Translations from the medieval text including the material used by Carl Orff in his scenic cantata.

Table of Contents
‘O Fortuna’ – CB17 O Fortuna ‘Fortune plango vulnera – CB16 From Fortune’s wound I’m weeping where ‘Veris leta facies’ – CB138 Now the happy face of spring ‘Omnia sol temperat’ – CB136 Sunlight warms all the fields ‘Ecce gratum’ – CB143 Now, the pleasing ‘Floret silva nobilis’ – CB149 The lordly woods are all ablaze ‘Chramer, gip die varwe mier’ - From CB16* Pedlar, give to me some rouge ‘Swaz hie gat umbe’ - CB167a Those who are dancing ‘Chume, chume, geselle min’ - CB 174a Come, come, oh love of mine, ‘Uvere div werlt alle min’ – CB145a Were the whole world mine ‘Estuans intrinsicus’ – CB191 Burning, here inside, ‘Olim lacus colueram’ – CB 130 Once the lakes I swam upon, ‘Ego sum abbas Cucaniensis’ – CB222 The Abbot of Cockaigne I am, and this ‘In taberna quando sumus’ – CB196 When we’re in the tavern there, ‘Amor volat undique’ – CB87 Love rules all things, ‘Doleo, quod nimium’ – CB118 I mourn the vast extent ‘Stetit Puella’ – CB177 And there the girl stood, ‘O mi dilectissima!’ – CB180 Oh, all my supreme delight! ‘Si puer cum puellula’ – CB183 If a lad and his sweet lover ‘Veni, veni, venias’ – CB174 Come now, come now, come now nigh, ‘Estatis florigero tempore’ – CB70 At the height of summer’s flowering ‘Tempus est iocundum’ – CB179 It’s time to sport again, o you maidens! ‘Si linguis angelicus’ – CB77 If I spoke with the tongues of angels and of men, ‘Dum Diane vitrea’ – CB62 When Diana’s crystal light ‘Exiit diluculo’ - CB90 At daybreak her way she took

 
 



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