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|1. The Wheel Of Fortune (O Fortuna)|
|2. The Wounds Of Fate (Fortune Plango)|
|3. The Face Of Spring (Veris Leta Facies)|
|4. Sunrise (Omnia Sol Temperat)|
|5. Welcome (Ecce Gratum)|
|6. The Dance (Tanz)|
|7. Sweetest Boy (Dulcissime)|
|8. If The Whole World Was Mine (Were Diu Werlt)|
|9. Boiling Rage (Estuans Interius)|
|10. The Roasted Swan (Olim Lacus)|
|11. In The Tavern (In Taberna)|
|12. Loves Flies Everywhere (Amor Volat)|
|13. A Young Girl|
|14. Come My Beauty (Veni Veni Venias)|
|15. The Lovers (Blanziflor Et Helena)|
|16. The Wheel Of Fortune (O Fortuna)|
I think for some people, they'll either love it or hate it.
I have several different recordings of the piece, but this remains my favorite because it feels like a bridge between serious rock and joyful classical music.
This is mostly in the non-choral bits, where Manzarek goes mostly instrumental because, apparently, he couldn't find any soloists.
get stoned and listen to this gem...realize how much ray put into this
a great "mood" piece...really enjoyed it! Bye
Who wouldn't love this classical choral piece played by Ray Manzarek.
A great take on a selection of music you have no doubt heard on several film tracks.
For those of you who remember The Doors, this rendition of Carmina Burana shows the keyboard mastery of the late Ray Manzarek. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lad A. Jelen
First of all, be open minded, this is an 80's rock ensemble . . . then like in the 80's you will hear a lot of electric sounds (e.g. electric-drums, synths, etc). Read morePublished on July 12, 2012 by Gilberto Cortes Martinez
This was a GREAT find. First bought the vinyl back in the 80's and snagged the disc quite some time ago. Read morePublished on September 22, 2009 by B. klatt