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>DATE: Wed, 15 Oct 2003 17:05:20
>From: "Bill O'Neill" <billo@shoreham.net>
>To: <rogerkirk@mail.ttlc.net>, "'Dan Strassberg'" <dan.strassberg@att.net>,"'Sven Franklyn Weil'" <sven@gordsven.com>
>Cc: "'Boston Radio Interest'" <boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org>

>Roger writes:
> For those who are curious where her name comes from, 
> "Mandalit" is the name of a woman in a song from Carmina 
> Burana, a musical work from the 13th century put to music by 
> composer Carl Orff. 

>That there's smart talkin'!  Yahoo!

>Bill O'Neill

"A musical work ...put to music"?  Department of Redundacy Department,
time to get to work.  
The name that appears in #18 of Orff's "Carmina Burana"
is spelled differently and may not be Iberian.
Czeck it out at


then click on #18 "Circa Mea Pectora".

Better yet, go to your neighborhood liberry and get a CD of
the piece itself;  even people who don't like "classical"
music like "Carmina Burana"...you'll recognize several tracks as
having been used in many, many commercials!

Laurence Glavin

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