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A Carmina Burana street performance becomes a decadent flashmob opera.

Produced by MeTube 2, “the love child of opera, Pulp Fiction, and Grumpy Cat.”

Discovered in 1803, Carmina Burana is a medieval collection of mostly NSFW poems satirizing the Catholic Church. In 1936, Carl Orff composed songs around 24 of the poems, including “O Fortuna,” aka “the most overused piece of music in film history.”