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Which Cd's Offer A Medieval Version Of Carmina Burana?

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misskissed | 13:10 Sat 08th May 2021 | Music
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In particular a version within which Carl Orff's version can still be [vaguely] detected.

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A list of recordings based upon the original mediaeval text of Carmina Burana is available here:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carmina_Burana#Recordings

The Clemencic Consort recordings might serve your needs best if you can find them at a reasonable price. Alternatively, you can buy the MP3 version for £5.49 here
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or simply access them on YouTube here:



I've just found the full Clemencic Consort version (incorporating all 3 CDs) here:

PPS: If you require further input, you might find someone on this specialist classical music forum who can help you: https://www.talkclassical.com/

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