World of Dance 2018 - DNA Full Performance
The duo returns in better form than ever to Carl Orff's O Fortuna.
Heidenröslein
Ardis Olof sining Heidenröslen by Schubert.
Diu Crône
Diu Crône (English: The Crown) is a Middle High German poem of about 30,000 lines treating of King Arthur and the Matter of Britain, dating from around the 1220s and attributed to the epic poet He...
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Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt
Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt ("Only he who knows what yearning is") is a poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The poem appeared in Goethe's novel Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship. It is one of the songs...
Das geistliche Jahr
Das geistliche Jahr (or the Spiritual Year) is a religious and philosophical cycle of poems that began on 1818 and were published on 1851. The poems were written by Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, an inf...
Titurel
Titurel is a fragmentary Middle High German romance written by Wolfram von Eschenbach after 1217. The fragments which survive indicate that the story would have served as a prequel to Wolfram's earlie...
Der König in Thule
"Der König in Thule" ("The King in Thule") is a German poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, written in 1774. Goethe wrote the poem "Geistesgruß" as a precursor of "Der König in Thule", while he travell...
One Hour After Midnight
"One Hour After Midnight" is a poem by Hermann Hesse.
Die Bürgschaft
The Hostage (German: Die Bürgschaft) is a ballad published by the German poet Friedrich Schiller in his 1799 Musen-Almanach. He took the idea out of the ancient legend of Damon and Pythias issuing...
Daniel von dem blühenden Tal
Daniel von dem blühenden Tal (Daniel of the Flowering Valley) is an Arthurian romance composed around 1220 by the Middle High German poet Der Stricker, who claimed he had received the story from a Fr...
Ganymed (Goethe)
"Ganymed" is a poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, in which the character of the mythic youth Ganymede is seduced by God (or Zeus) through the beauty of Spring.In early editions of the Collected Works...
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Carmina Burana
Carmina Burana (/ˈkɑrmɨnə bʊˈrɑːnə/; Latin for "Songs from Beuern" ("Beuern" is short for Benediktbeuern) is the name given to a manuscript of 254 poems and dramatic texts mostly from the 11th or 12th...
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Oberon (poem)
Oberon is an epic poem by the German writer Christoph Martin Wieland. It was based on the epic romance Huon de Bordeaux, a French medieval tale, and influenced by Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dre...
Oberon (poem) - Wikipedia
Der Taucher
"Der Taucher" (The Diver) is a ballad by Friedrich Schiller, written in 1797, the year of his friendly ballad competition with Goethe.
A king throws a golden beaker in an abyss and promises that t...
Ezzolied
The Ezzolied, also known as the Cantilena de miraculis Christi (Song of the miracles of Christ) or the Anegenge (Beginning), is an early Middle High German poem written by Ezzo, a German scholar and...
Prometheus (Goethe)
"Prometheus" is a poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, in which the character of the mythic Prometheus addresses God (as Zeus) in misotheist accusation and defiance. The poem was written between 1772 a...
Prometheus (Goethe) - Wikipedia
Herzog Ernst
Herzog Ernst is a German epic from the early high Middle Ages (c. 1180), first written down by an anonymous author from the Rhine region.
The main theme of the story is an argument between a Bavar...
Der Handschuh
Der Handschuh (The Glove) is a ballad by Friedrich Schiller, written in 1797, the year of his friendly ballad competition ("Balladenjahr", "Year of the Ballads") with Goethe.
The ballad is based o...
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O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst
O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst is a poem written by Ferdinand Freiligrath, a 19th-century German writer. In 1847, Hungarian composer Franz Liszt set the poem to music (soprano voice and piano), and ...
Four Last Songs
The Four Last Songs (German: Vier letzte Lieder), Op. posth., TrV 296, AV 150, for soprano and orchestra are, with the exception of the song "Malven" (Mallows) composed later the same year, the fi...
Xenien
Xenien is a Germanization of the Greek Xenia "host gifts", a title originally applied by the Roman poet Martial (1st century) to a collection of poems which were to accompany his presents.Following th...
Annolied
The Annolied ("Song of Anno") was composed around 1100 in Early Middle High German rhyming couplets by a monk of Siegburg Abbey.
A principal point of reference for the dating is the mention of Mai...
Feirefiz
Feirefiz is a character in Wolfram von Eschenbach's Arthurian poem Parzival. He is the Muslim (at that time, the epithet "heathen" was used to refer to the Saracens) half-brother of Parzival, the stor...
Feirefiz - Wikipedia