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Gaudeamus Igitur (German Student Song)

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  1. Taujin says:
    Brahms repeats all these melodies, merging and colliding them in a powerful build up to the glorious last student song in the Overture: Gaudeamus Igitur (Therefore, let us be merry). This ancient song is a celebration of German student-life in general, inviting all students to .
  2. Togul says:
    Nov 25,  · All self respecting African universities should do away with the singing of Gaudeamus igitur for several reasons. Firstly, the students for whom the graduation ceremony is .
  3. Kazizilkree says:
    Gaudeamus igitur, Iuvenes dum sumus English translation: Let us therefore enjoy [life] while we are [still] young. Sep 17, This of course is really Latin into English, the refrain of a famous German student song, and the inspiration, I suppose, for 'Freude, schöner Götterfunken, -- the theme of the chorale of Beethoven's Ninth.
  4. Shakakree says:
    James J. Fuld notes: "Gaudeamus Igitur" is regarded as the oldest student song and as the embodiment of the free and easy student life. Its alleged stemming from the thirteenth century is apparently based solely on a Latin manuscript dated at the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, which Erk-Böhme and evidently others have not looked at.
  5. Tugore says:
    “Gaudeamus igitur juvenes dum sumus.” (Let us rejoice while we are young.) Text is from a Latin language song entitled “De Brevitate Vita” (The Brevity of Life) that has been popular among German students since the 13th century. Sixth in a set of six, with Nos. A, B, C, D and E. Price Ranges L: $$ L.
  6. Golkis says:
    Add Videoalt= Add Imagealt= Template:Redirect2 "De Brevitate Vitae" (Latin: "On the Shortness of Life"), more commonly known as "Gaudeamus Igitur" ("So Let Us Rejoice") or just "Gaudeamus", is a popular academic commercium song in many Western countries, mainly sung or performed at university graduation ceremonies. Despite its use as a formal graduation hymn, it is a jocular, light-hearted.
  7. Arazilkree says:
    Gaudeamus Igitur, also known as De Brevitate Vitae (On the shortness of life), is a German University song that is often sung at graduations. This song encourages students to honor their professors and to cherish their days in the University, for soon this stage in their lives will be over, time will fly, and quickly their lives will be overtaken by death.
  8. Tegor says:
    Jun 03,  · Trinity School at River Ridge Spring Concert 9th and 10th Grade Boys Gaudeamus Igitur - Traditioonal Student Song, Arr. by Axel Theimer.

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