De temporum fine comoedia (1972 version)

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composer: Carl Orff (1962 – 1972)
premiered at: Salzburger Festspiele 1973: De temporum fine comoedia (1973-08-20)
Allmusic: http://www.allmusic.com/composition/mc0002382104 [info]
Wikipedia: en: De Temporum Fine Comoedia [info]
has revision: De temporum fine comoedia (1979 revision)
parts: De temporum fine comoedia: I. Die Sibyllen. "Choneusó gar hapanta kai eis katharón dialéxo"
De temporum fine comoedia: I. Die Sibyllen. "Heis theós estin anarchos, hypermegéthaes, agénaetos"
De temporum fine comoedia: I. Die Sibyllen. "Opse theü g'aléüsi myloi"
De temporum fine comoedia: I. Die Sibyllen. "Pasin homü nyx estin isae tois plüton echusin kai ptochois"
De temporum fine comoedia: I. Die Sibyllen. "Vae! Ibunt impii in gehennam ignis eterni"
De temporum fine comoedia: II. Die Anachoreten. "Gott, schenk uns Wahrsagung, Weissagung, Hellsicht im Traum. Gott, schenk uns den Traum"
De temporum fine comoedia: II. Die Anachoreten. "Mundus terrenus volvitur"
De temporum fine comoedia: II. Die Anachoreten. "Nicht Satanas... nicht Lucifer... damnatus nunquam condemnatus in aeternam"
De temporum fine comoedia: II. Die Anachoreten. "Unos solus Deus ab aeterno in aeternum"
De temporum fine comoedia: II. Die Anachoreten. "Upote, maepote, maepu, maedépote... ignis eterni immensa tormenta"
De temporum fine comoedia: II. Die Anachoreten. "Wann endet die Zeit?"
De temporum fine comoedia: III. "Dies Illa". "Angor, timor, horror, terror ac pavor invadit omnes"
De temporum fine comoedia: III. "Dies Illa". "Kyrie" / "Serva nos, salva nos, eripe nos!"
De temporum fine comoedia: III. "Dies Illa". "Omne genus daemoniorum caecorum, claudorum sive confusorum, attendite iussum meorum et vocationem verborum"
De temporum fine comoedia: III. "Dies Illa". "Pater peccavi"
De temporum fine comoedia: III. "Dies Illa". "Vae, Portae Inferi oculus aspicit nos tenebrarius tenebris"
De temporum fine comoedia: III. "Dies Illa". "Wo irren wir hin, verlosen, verlassen"
De temporum fine comoedia: III. "Dies Illa". Con sublima spiritualità