GREGORIAN - O fortuna - Remix
Composer by Frank Peterson
Edel Records - 2010 - Album: O Fortuna
O Fortuna is a poem written in medieval Latin goliardo early thirteenth century, part of the collection known as the Carmina Burana. It is dedicated to Fortuna, Roman goddess of fortune, whose name was Vortumna italicized, which means "rolling".
His current popularity began with the release of musician Carl Orff (1936), both groups played classical music as well as artists from other styles, such as the case of the cluster on your hard Deggial Therion, or disc The Enigma on your screen behind the mirror, especially on the topics "Gravity of love" and "Modern Crusaders" and the group was on their album The Mass on "the Mass". It was also used in the 1981 film Excalibur, John Boorman, based on the work of Sir Thomas Malory's Morte d'Arthur.
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