Carmina Burana Essays

  • Philadelphia Concert Reflection

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    were instructed to turn to each other and demonstrate call and response singing, which helped the group understand the meaning of the song. We also marched along to the song to get into the tempo and act more lively. The last song we sang was “Carmina Burana” by Carl Orff. Unlike the other songs, balance was cited as an issue and Ms. Bass worked to help the men project and obtain a darker sound. On the other hand, our expression and musicianship was demonstrated best in this song and we sang with

  • Summary Of In Stiller Nacht

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    In stiller Nacht Program Notes Johannes Brahms was a great lover and collector of German folksongs. He owned many published collections and kept a notebook of favorite folk melodies. Brahms made arrangements of at least 108 folk songs, of which over half were for chorus. Most of them were written for specific choirs, which he directed. Brahms created an earlier arrangement of “In stiller Nacht” for women’s voices, titled “Todtenklage” (WoO 36, no. 1), for the Hamburg Frauenchor, which he conducted

  • How Did Hitler Use Music In Nazi Germany

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    Rosie Murphy Music in Nazi Germany When Adolf Hitler came into power in 1933 he immediately began carrying out his plan on completely reforming all aspects of German society. His Nazi power spread through political, social and cultural spheres. Music was one of the many arts regulated by Hitler and the Nazi party. They believed everything had to conform and therefore underwent heavy and consistent censorship. This obliterated any potential conflict