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Answer: All have used the music of Carl Orff, specifically his composition "O Fortuna," as accompaniment.In all, Orff set 24 of them to music."O Fortuna" is the German composer's best-known choral piece, and "Carmina Burana," the 1937 ballet it introduces, is his best-known and most-frequently performed, work. The (pre-recorded) notes of "O Fortuna" echoed through Tayyouneh's Dawar al-Shams Thursday, the opening night of Terpsichore ballet school's interpretation of "Carmina Burana". The stirring music immediately immersed the hall within the epic soundscape it has come to evoke, promising an outstanding performance. Such was not to be, though the troupe's performance had its strong and weak points. "Carmina Burana" continues at Dawar al-Shams until Feb. 16 .
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