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Carl Orff's O Fortuna Translated

Everybody knows O Fortuna by Carl Orff. They may not know what it's called, but they've heard it in hundreds of movies, TV programs and commercials. But do you know what it's all about?

Here's the lyric of O Fortuna, translated from Latin: Hit play or go to Link [YouTube] - via Look At This


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Well it is called "O fortuna", or more accurately "Fortuna Impeatrix Mundi" as stated above; They are talking about the name of the movement, not the entirety of the piece.
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