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  1. Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi - Prolog. O Fortuna
  2. Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi - Prolog. Fortuna plango vulnera
  3. Part 1. Primo vere. Veris leta facies
  4. Part 1. Primo vere. Omnia sol temperat
  5. Part 1. Primo vere. Ecce gratum
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  1. Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi - Prolog. O Fortuna
  2. Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi - Prolog. Fortuna plango vulnera
  3. Part 1. Primo vere. Veris leta facies
  4. Part 1. Primo vere. Omnia sol temperat
  5. Part 1. Primo vere. Ecce gratum
  6. Part 1. Uf dem Anger. Dance
  7. Part 1. Uf dem Anger. Floret silva nobilis
  8. Part 1. Uf dem Anger. Chramer, gip die Varwe mir
  9. Part 1. Uf dem Anger. Reie; Swaz hie gat umbe; Chume chum geselle min
  10. Part 1. Were diu werlt alle min
  11. Part 2. In taberna. Estuans interius
  12. Part 2. Olim lacus colueram
  13. Part 2. Ego sum abbas
  14. Part 2. In taberna quando sumus
  15. Part 3. Coeur d'amour. Amor volat undique
  16. Part 3. Coeur d'amour. Dies, nox et omnia
  17. Part 3. Coeur d'amour. Steti puella
  18. Part 3. Coeur d'amour. Circa mea pectora
  19. Part 3. Coeur d'amour. Si puer cum puellula
  20. Part 3. Coeur d'amour. Veni, veni venias
  21. Part 3. Coeur d'amour. In trutina mentis dubia
  22. Part 3. Coeur d'amour. Tempus est iocumdum
  23. Part 3. Coeur d'amour. Dulcissime
  24. Blanziflor et Helena - Epilog. Ave formosissima
  25. Blanziflor et Helena - Epilog. O Fortuna
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Performed by the Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Carmina Burana is the 1967 interpretation of Carl Orff's 1930s cantata, which was later endorsed by the German composer himself. Its 25 pieces, which are based on the Medieval Latin poems found in the 11th and 12th century manuscript of the same name, include vocal contributions from Austrian soprano Gundula Janowitz, tenor Gerhard Stolze, and baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

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