As for which is my favourite, at least from the ones I own. Si puer cum puellula Latin If a boy with a girl 3 tenors, baritone, 2 basses 20. The magnificent Muti version has been reissued: I bought it as a result of your review. James Bowman, for all his imagination, misses some of the comedy of the tenor role when, as a counter-tenor, he is singing falsetto all the time, instead of simply as a tenor's strainful expedient, which is what Orff intended. Omnia Sol temperat Latin All things are tempered by the Sun baritone 5.
Olim lacus colueram Latin Once I swam in lakes tenor, choir male 13. Yo en concreto no he escuchado otra con la belleza, dinamismo, juego tímbrico o ritmo comparable a esta salvo quizá la primera aproximación del mismo Jochum grabada años atrás, en mono, con los mimbres de la Radio de Baviera en su mítica grabación del Trionfi de Orff Carmina Burana, Catulli Carmina y el Trionfo di Afrodite. It is the most scintillating and thrilling performance I have ever heard of this masterpiece. En la tabla se puede observar mejor dicha distribución de los textos. It text is suggestive and worldly, its musical language direct and easily accessible—not unlike most recent pop songs, in fact. This performance was authorized by the composer himself, and that's recommendation enough.
O: C: Maurice Handford P: CfP The CfP version is a modern recording, notable for its excellent soloists with Sheila Armstrong coming close to matching her supremely, lovely performance for Previn. What it's not is the music from The Omen, which it clearly inspired. You will never regret it! The provides a vernacular narrative for each band but no translation. Carmina Burana contains little or no in the classical sense, and is also conspicuously absent. Yes, better than the digital super-stars of recent memory. In trutina Latin On the scales soprano 22.
The choir is obviously very well drilled and they sing with complete confidence and conviction. Janowitz also does superbly in her solos, most notably in In trutina. In spite of the presence of more than 30 rivals in the catalogue, this distinguished performance, authorized by the composer and now sounding better than ever, easily retains its place at the head of the queue. Rhythm, for Orff as it was for Stravinsky, is often the primary musical element. Performance: Sonics: This is my third version of Carmina Burana that I own on sacd.
This is not to suggest that the Philharmonia account has any lack of vitality. To achieve this result, there is no place here for useless excesses. Elsewhere the chorus handles the varying moods of the piece and performs their parts with aplomb. His shimmering orchestration shows a deference to. My personal favorite version of Orff's Carmina Burana. The soloists are first rate: Arleen Augér is wonderfully reposeful in In trutina and Jonathan Summers in his first major recording characterises well.
En español la verdad es que debería escribir Cármina burana, me disculparán esa pequeña licencia de mantener sin tilde y en mayúsculas iniciales ambas palabras del título. So many people think that because it is modern and digital it should sound better and pay full. Not one of the greatest Carmina Buranas perhaps but it surely is memorable and deserves more attention. Still, as always, this review is never intended to be exhaustive. The soloists are all quite fine; Stephen Roberts has a thin and lyrical tone that perhaps lacks sheer power in places like Ego sum abbas, but he seems to revel in the erotic pleasures of Tempus est iocundum very much, which is all to the good. Orff indicates markings between all the movements within each scene. It is here that modern performances of Carmina Burana fall short of Orff's intentions.
Carmina Burana is divided into three sections — Springtime, In the Tavern and The Court Of Love — preceded by and ending with an invocation to Fortune. Australian classical guitarist arranged and recorded Carmina Burana for the guitar. The soloists are good, but the Atlanta boys cannot quite match their rivals on most European versions. Here we go… The classic This classic recording, authorised by Carl Orff himself, has never disappeared from the catalog since the day it was released. If I had one wish it was for a bit more weight in the climaxes, such as the smashing O Fortuna which I believe could be rendered with a heavier hand.
Carmina Burana significa, en latín, Canciones de Beuern. This is a performance which swaggers along and makes you smile. And I might be the minority here, but I feel that his Berlin Philharmonic remake of which I will not review in detail is much more successful in capturing the spirit of the music, and both the recording quality and the playing is superior if not the singing. I know I'm new to Carmina Burana and have only recently started listening to this lively, rhythmic cantata. Muti's is a reading which underlines the dramatic contrasts, both of dynamic and of tempo, so the nagging ostinatos are as a rule pressed on at breakneck speed; the result, if at times a little breathless, is always exhilirating.