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Veris leta facies No strings and only a small estuanns 4. Iam liquescit Now melts et decrescit and disappears grando, nix et cetera; ice, snow and the rest, bruma fugit, winter flees, et iam sugit and now spring sucks at summer’s breast: Primo vere In Springtime 3.

Classical Net – Carl Orff – Carmina Burana Lyrics

Chume, chum, geselle min Chume, chum, geselle min, Come, come, my love, ih enbite harte din, I long for you, ih enbite harte din, I long for you, chume, chum, geselle min. Fortune plango vulnera I. Quidam ludunt, quidam bibunt, Some gamble, some drink, quidam indiscrete vivunt.

Chorus Veni, domicella, Come, my mistress, fstuans gaudio, with joy, veni, veni, pulchra, come, come, my pretty, iam pereo. Ave formosissima Hail, most beautiful one Ave formosissima, Hail, most beautiful one, gemma pretiosa, precious jewel, ave decus virginum, Hail, pride among virgins, virgo gloriosa, glorious virgin, ave mundi luminar, Hail.

Swaz hie gat umbe New, new love is what I am dying of!

Dulcissime Sweetest one Dulcissime, Sweetest one! Interus, veni, venias Circa mea pectora Si puer cum puella Fortunae plango vulnera 3. Flore fusus gremio Lying in Flora’s lap Phebus novo more Phoebus once more risum dat, hac vario smiles, now covered iam stipate flore.

The stanzas given below are only five interiius of over twenty. I give myself to you totally! Whereas it is proper for a wise man to place his foundations on rock, I, in my folly, am like a flowing river, never staying on the same course.

Mihi cordis gravitas The heaviness of my heart res videtur gravis; seems like a burden to me; iocis est amabilis it is pleasant to joke dulciorque favis; and sweeter than honeycomb; quicquid Venus imperat, whatever Venus commands labor est suavis, ingerius a intfrius duty, que nunquam in cordibus she never dwells habitat ignavis.


Stetit puella A girl stood Stetit puella A girl stood rufa tunica; in a red tunic; si quis eam tetigit, if anyone touched it, tunica crepuit. Floret silva nobilis Small and large choruses 8.

Oh woe, who will love me? Were diu werlt alle min Soprano Siqua sine socio, The girl without a lover caret omni gaudio; misses out on all pleasures, tenet noctis infima she keeps the dark night sub intimo hidden cordis in custodia: Via lata gradior more iuventutis, implicor knterius vitiis immemor virtutis, voluptatis avidus magis quam salutis, mortuus in anima curam gero cutis.

Veris leta rstuans The merry face of spring Veris leta facies The merry face of spring mundo propinatur, turns to the world, hiemalis acies sharp winter victa iam fugatur, now flees, vanquished; in vestitu vario bedecked in various colours Flora principatur, Flora reigns, nemorum dulcisono the harmony of the woods que cantu celebratur.

Parum sexcente nummate Six hundred pennies would hardly durant, cum immoderate suffice, if everyone bibunt omnes sine meta.

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Amor volat undique Boys chorus with soprano Chramer, gip die varwe mir Small and large choruses [German] 9. Si puer cum puellula If a boy with a girl Si puer cum puellula If a boy with a girl moraretur in cellula, tarries in a little room, felix coniunctio.

Amore suscrescente Love rises up, pariter e medio and between them avulso procul tedio, prudery is driven away, fit ludus ineffabilis an ineffable game begins membris, lacertis, labii in their limbs, arms and lips. Chramer, gip die varwe mir 9. Sors salutis Fate is against me et virtutis in health michi nunc contraria, and virtue, est affectus driven on intwrius defectus and weighted down, semper in angaria. Baritone and Male Chorus Wafna, wafna!

Carmina Burana

Here are the lyrics for Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. Mihi cordis gravitas res videtur gravis; iocus est amabilis dulciorque favis; quicquid Venus imperat, labor est suavis, inteerius numquam in cordibus habitat ignavis. I yield to the sweet yoke. Sed eligo quod video, But I choose what I see, collum iugo prebeo: Manda liet, Mandaliet, Manda liet mandaliet, min geselle my lover chumet niet.


Tua pulchra facies Your beautiful face, me fay planszer milies, makes me weep a thousand times, pectus habet glacies.

Small Chorus Gruonet der walt allenthalben, The woods are turning green all over, ijterius ist min geselle alse lange? Estas redit, Summer returns, nunc recedit now withdraw Hyemis sevitia.

Veni, veni, unterius Come, come, O come Veni, veni, venias Esruans, come, O come Veni, veni, venias, Come, come, O come, ne me mori facias, do not let me die, hyrca, hyrce, nazaza, hycra, hycre, nazaza, trillirivos… trillirivos! Wol dir, werit, daz du bist Hail, world, also freudenriche! In Taberna In the Tavern Hinc interiue, He has ridden off!

Ibi nullus timet mortem Here no-one fears death, sed pro Baccho mittunt sortem: Feror ego veluti I am interlus along sine nauta navis, like a ship without a steersman, ut per vias aeris and in the paths of the air vaga fertur avis; like a light, hovering bird; non me tenent vincula, chains cannot hold me, non me tenet clavis, keys cannot imprison me, quero mihi similes I look for people like me et adiungor pravis.

Ego sum abbas I am the abbot Ego sum abbas Cucaniensis I am the abbot of Cockaigne et consilium meum est cum bibulis, and my assembly is one of drinkers, et in secta Decii voluntas mea est, and I wish to be in the order of Decius, et qui mane me quesierit in taberna, and whoever searches me out at the tavern in the morning, post vesperam nudus egredietur, after Vespers he will leave naked, et sic denudatus veste clamabit: Sed in ludo qui morantur, But of those who gamble, ex his quidam denudantur some are stripped bare, quidam ibi vestiuntur, some win their clothes here, interiius saccis induuntur.

Hac in hora So at this hour sine mora without delay corde pulsum tangite; pluck the vibrating strings; quod per sortem since Fate sternit fortem, strikes down the strong man, mecum omnes plangite!

Let me please you! Ego sum abbas Entered by Charles Cave.