Carl Orff

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  • Carmina Burana Essay examples

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    Carmina Burana. Carl Orff composed this piece of music in 1936. A German, he was one of few composers that continued work during the Anti-Semitic rule of the country. Orff based his work off of a collection of poems found at the monastery of Benedikbeuren that dates back to the Twelfth Century! Carmina Burana is a set of twenty-five pieces that concern many of things going in everyone’s life today. Drinking, gambling, love, sex, fate, and fortune are just a few of the topics Orff composed of.1 In

  • The Carmina Burana By Keting Yang

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    The Carmina Burana Keting Yang The composer Orff Carl, born July 10, 1895 at Munich Germany and died March 29 1982. He is known for his operas and his contribution and innovation to children’s music education. After studying at the Munich Academy of Music under Heinrich Kaminski, he conducted in Munich, Mannheim and Darmstadt. Including his best known secular oratorio Carmina Burana, his trilogy is completed with Catulli Carmina and Trionfo di Afrodite. Before wirting the Carmina Burana, he edited

  • Reflection Paper

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    Winter of my junior year, I experienced a change in my life that has affected every single thing that I do: I became a minimalist. The term “minimalist” sounds stark and forboding, but it really means that I live my life intentionally by only taking in things and doing activities that are necessary and add value. Over Christmas break of 2016, I completely purged my room of excess material items and hauled eight garbage bags full of donations to Goodwill. With a clear space and clear mind, I was able

  • Compare And Contrast The Kodaly And Orff Methods Of Music Education

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    The Kodaly and Orff methods of music education have stood the test of time, popular for effectively engaging and teaching children crucial skills. While both share similarities in their approach – particularly the belief that all children should receive music education – the Kodaly method is better suited for teaching students in Victorian government primary schools, most of which are not resourced with musical instruments and specialist music teachers. The Kodaly approach focuses more on singing

  • The History Of The Orff Schulwerk Approach To Music Education

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    Introduction The Orff Schulwerk (“Schulwerk” being the German translation for “school work”) approach to music education is one of the most commonly used methods of teaching music in the twenty-first century. This interactive method of music education is most commonly used for elementary students, but can be applied to teach secondary students as well. Developed by composers Carl Orff (1895-1982) and Gunild Keetman (1904-1990), the Orff Schulwerk method focuses on teaching students by using “elemental

  • Activist Investments by Carl Ichan

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    changes, including forcing out the CEO. (ii) Icahn Enterprises, LP (IEP): a diversified holding company with operating segments in Investment, Automotive, Energy, Gaming, Railcar, Food Packaging, Metals, Real Estate and Home Fashion. (iii) Personal: Carl Icahn personally owns controlling stakes in companies. Through his investment vehicles he has taken substantial positions in several companies including: Gulf & Western, Viacom, Marshall Field's, Marvel Comics, Revlon, Imclone, Fairmont Hotels

  • Sandburg: Leaves of Grass

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    Many a times one has heard the phrase “history will repeat itself”. However, it is rarely fully understood. No matter how many times one hears the numbers, facts, statistics of war, humanity fails to end the cycle. In the poem, “Grass” by Carl Sandburg, Sandburg utilizes repetition and a powerful theme to pose an especially striking stance on war. Consider first the repetition of the words “pile” and “shovel” and the way in which they are repeated. Normally, especially in a short poem like this

  • Freuds Interpretation of Dreams

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    Many will argue that Freud’s ideas have exerted a profound influence on twentieth –century thought and culture, though his work has come under scrutiny, it has shape the fundamentals of society view on civilization and discontents, dreams, psychoanalysis and the unconscious. For this paper, I will be discussing Freud’s fundamentals of dreams, what dreams represents, how dreams are constructed and its significance while paying close attention to the following areas of dreams, manifest and latent content

  • The Theories Of Personality Theories

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    many personality theories still may not be just enough information for us to understand why everyone has a different personality, but the theories do help us to have a broader understanding of it. Famous psychologists such as Sigmund Freud, Carl Rogers, Carl Jung, etc are responsible for making these theories understandable. They are great thinkers who have proposed many intelligent theories and reasons for personality. Some of these theories are still

  • The Is The Missing Link !

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    However, Freud often clashed with those supporters who criticized his theories, the most famous of whom was Carl Jung. Part of the disagreement between them was due to Jung 's interest in and commitment to spirituality and occultism, which Freud saw as unscientific. Freud 's medical reputation became somewhat tarnished. After the "Cocaine Episode", Freud ceased