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Catulli Carmina

Catulli Carmina (Songs of Catullus). Scenic cantata by Orff, successor to his Carmina Burana, and 2nd part of his trilogy Trionfi. 1943 rev. of much earlier work, f.ps. Leipzig 1943, Los Angeles 1955, Cambridge 1958. For soloists, ch., 4 pf., 4 timp., and up to 12 percussionists. Setting of 12 Lat. poems by Catullus, with opening and closing Lat. choruses by Orff.

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