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Carl Orff's Carmina BuranaWhat can I say, Carl Orff is a badass. Don’t YOU enjoy early 20th century German opera? I don’t think I’ve listened to this since I was a sophomore in high school, when I played the first suite in the high school symphony.

This was actually pretty interesting:  I don’t think I’ve listened to opera since the last time I heard Carmina Burana. Or before. And may not again.

So, here it is, in all it’s glory- Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. 42 minutes and 3 seconds. Not a bad soundtrack to design, write, work-out, or commit high-espionage to, so fire it up and tell me what you think!

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Phil WarrenPhil Warren (81)
Founder and editor of The Brave New, Phil Warren is now an accordion player, a minister, a sonic weapons expert, a director, a photographer, a public speaker, and a bunch of other things. Mostly he's an adventurer though. An adventurer who smells nice. Except when he doesn't.
NickNick (6)
One part Burner and one part Engineer; I’ve lived through twenty-five-and-a-half winters, and aim to keep it that way. My world is a strange one, and it’s my goal to make it stranger.

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