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Fortune, Empress of the World

Who were we, and who have we become?

Secuencia doble cursus Carmina Burana, Grosasm, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

What accounts for the enduring attraction Carmina Burana, a contemporary orchestral setting of the songs of a band of 13th-century goliards? Perhaps modern rebellious spirits identify with those wandering scholars and divinity students as they partied their way across late medieval Europe, satirizing late medieval society along with the then…

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