Definition of Carl orff
1. Noun. German musician who developed a widely used system for teaching music to children (1895-1982).
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Literary usage of Carl orff
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1. Daytrips Germany by Earl Steinbicker (2002)
"While exploring the interior, be on the lookout for the tomb of the 20th-century composer carl orff (1895-1982), world-famous for his Carmina Burana. ..."
2. Adventure Guide Germany by Henk Bekker (2005)
"20th-century Classical Richard Strauss (Also sprach Zarathustra) and Carl Orff (Carmina Burana) wrote some innovative pieces early in the century before ..."
3. Munichby Dan Colwell by Dan Colwell (2001)
"The Munich Philharmonic plays at the Philharmonia Hall, while chamber works, smaller orchestral and World Music concerts can be heard in the Carl-Orff-Saal, ..."
4. Neues allgemeines deutsches Adels-lexicon by Ernst Heinrich Kneschke (1865)
"Oct. 1790 für D. Gottfried carl orff. Der Empfänger des Diploms, ... Lieutenant Carl Orff, geb. 1797, dessen Adel durch königliches Rescript vom 24. Febr. ..."