Circa Mea Pectora (“In My Heart”) is a love song in Latin and Middle High German, and the singing is put in the mouth of a man whose intentions were clearly not honorable. In a humorous and dramatic way as usual, lets say this represents an impure candidate’s ambitious and selfish intentions in their aspirations to … Continue reading Carl Orff: Circa Mea Pectora
Carl Orff: Veni, Veni, Venias #Orchestra #Wisdom #Gnostic #Love #Mysticism
“Hail, world, so rich in joys! I will be obedient to you because of the pleasures you afford. Look at me, young men! Let me please you!” [With Knowledge and Fire!]
Dulcissime Dulcissime, Sweetest one! Ah! totam tibi subdo me! I give myself to you totally! tempus est iocundum This is a joyful time Tempus es iocundum, This is the joyful time, o virgines, O maidens, modo congaudete rejoice with them, vos iuvenes. young men! (Baritone) Oh, oh, oh, Oh! Oh! Oh! totus floreo, I am … Continue reading Carl Orff’s Tempus es Iocundum and Dulcissime
“Venus, Venus, Venus — generosa (noble Venus)!” “Ave formosissima,gemma pretiosa,ave decus virginum,virgo gloriosa,ave mundi luminar,ave mundi rosa,Blanziflor et Helena,Venus, generosa!” Venus, esoterically, the symbol of mystic Nature.
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