CATULLI CARMINA PDF

»Following the success of Carmina Burana, the wish was soon expressed by several theatres that I should add a second work to this solitary composition which. Catulli Carmina () is the second of a set of three ‘scenic cantatas.’ The first of the Trionfi was Carmina Burana (). The last was Trionfo di Afrodite ().

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The orchestra only plays in the prelude and postlude, whereas in the Catullus play itself, the soloists are only accompanied by the chorus, who takes the part of a Greek choros.

In the prelude, groups of young women and young men sing to each other of eternal “eis aiona” — “forever” — two words of Greek in the otherwise Latin text love and devotion, along with quite explicit statements of the erotic activities they intend with each other. This selection and sequence of poems is apparently intended to show the young people on stage that love will not last forever.

Carmkna piece is divided into three parts: Catulli Carmina is part of Trionfithe musical triptych that also includes the Carmina Burana and Trionfo di Afrodite. Scholars have debated the reason why this is such a lesser-known work compared to its predecessor for many years.

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Views Read Edit View history. In the texts distributed with programs and early recordings, such as the Turnabout Vox one, many lines in the translation are left blank.

However, in the postlude, the young people have clearly decided to ignore the message and the cantata ends with their continued exclamations cautlli “eis aiona”, to the exasperation of the old men.

Catullus wrote many poems about this relationship and the ones selected for the cantata take the audience through its several phases.

Catulli Carmina – Wikipedia

A group of old men interrupts with sarcastic comments and charges the young people to listen to “the songs of Catullus”. The composer, aquatint etching. Catulli Carmina Klavierauszug [piano vocal score] in Latin. Orff Schulwerk s ” Gassenhauer carmiha. Retrieved from ” https: Catulli Carmina ” December The tenor and soprano soloists portray Catullus and Lesbia respectively. Scenic cantata by Carl Orff.

It is scored for a full mixed choir, soprano and tenor soloists, and an entirely percussive orchestra — possibly inspired by Stravinsky ‘s Les noces [1] — consisting of four pianostimpanibass drum3 tambourinestrianglecastanets catylli, maracassuspended and czrmina cymbalsantique cymbal without specified pitchtam-tamlithophonemetallophone2 glockenspielswood blockxylophoneand tenor xylophone.

Compositions by Carl Orff. The work mostly sets poems of the Latin poet Catullus to music, with some text by the composer.

Catulli Carmina

Carl-Orff-Saal of the Gasteig. This page was last edited on 10 Septemberat catullj Oxford at the Clarendon Press: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cantata by Carl Orff.

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Most of them have decided that, with the fall of Nazi Germany and the depressed feeling of Europe in the aftermath of World War II, it simply did not have the opportunity to be presented to any large audience for a long time.

This story is based loosely on the factual cxrmina between Catullus and Clodiawith carina text mostly constructed from the poems of Catullus, in which he did address Clodia by the pseudonym Lesbia.

The piece experiments with repeated phrases and syncopated rhythms even more so than Carmina Burana.

Catulli Carmina

In this listing, the poems are given the standard numbers. Retrieved 27 December Archived from the original on The Musical Times He described it as ludi scaenici scenic plays.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The story proper tells of Catullus, a lovesick young man who falls in love with Lesbiaa car,ina who does not remain faithful to him.