This is going to be a dramatic one! O Fortuna is the first movement of Carmina Burana. It is about the goddess Fortuna spinning her wheel of fortune and wondering whether it will bring you good or bad fortune! O Fortuna is in Latin but uses the Germanic pronunciations - these pronunciations are down in the 'transliterations' section! I know it seems a little tricky but we'll get the hang of it with practice.
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