Andreo, Dante - Ave Maria - 1990

copyrightedfor SATB a cappella

year of composition: 1990 / 1st publication: 2010

Dante Andreo (*1949)

Composer: Dante Andreo (*1949)
aliases, aka:
Country of origin / activity: Argentina, Spain
Text author: traditional
Arranger / Editor: N/A

PDFMIDIMP3VIDFirst nameLast nameBirthDeathcompID #TitleVoicingInstrumentation
1100DanteAndreo1949 1990 Ave MariaSATBa cappella
0000DanteAndreo1949 1992 Ave MariaSApiano, cello
0011DanteAndreo1949 2003 Ave MariaSApiano
0000DanteAndreo1949 2005 Ave MariaTTBBa cappella
0000DanteAndreo1949 2008 Ave Maria (Vocalia I) Femina ISSMMAAa cappella
0000DanteAndreo1949 2008 Ave Maria (Vocalia II) Femina IISSMMAAa cappella

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original manuscript edition used to be posted on the internet.
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Now published by CM Ediciones musicales S.L.
Ref. editorial: CM.2.0257    ISMN: 979-0-69203-308-0
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Andrea - p1Andreo - AVe Maria 1 EM

Lyrics: (source)
A ve Ma ri a gra ti a ple-na.
Do mi nus te-cum
be ne-dic ta _ tu in mu li e-ri bus
et be ne dic tus fruc tus ven tris tu i
et be ne-dic tus fruc tus ven-tris tu i Je su.

San cta Ma ri a Ma-_ ter De i
o ra pro no bis pec ca to ri bus
Nunc et in ho ra mor tis mor tis nos-trae mor tis nos-trae
A ve Ma ri a gra ti a ple na o ra pro no bis.

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Internet references, biography information:
Dante Andreo, Composer and Choir Director.
Born in Argentina in 1949, he has lived inSpainsince 1981. He is a specialist on the interpretation of early Spanish Antique music and colonial Latin American, he founded the Vocal Group Gregor, with which he has done a remarkable job of disseminating this repertoire through concerts and recordings in over thirty countries in Europe andAmerica.
Fully dedicated to choral activities, he has directed choirs in Spain, France, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, Mexicoand Cuba. He is a visiting professor of The Baroque Caracas Camerata  (Venezuela), The School of Music at the University of Guanajuato (Mexico) and the School of Arts at the University of Córdoba (Argentina).
He has been artistic advisor to the Confederation of Spanish Choirs and a member of numerous juries in choral competitions such as the Grand National Choral Award of Spain and the International Choir contest in Tolosa (Basque Country).
He teaches master classes and seminars for the interpretation of Antique music, invited by public and private institutions, both Spanish and international.
He has composed many religious and secular choral works, on texts by Federico Garcia Lorca, Rafael Alberti, Antonio Machado, San Juan de  La Cruz, Pedro García  Cabrera, Pedro Lezcano, etc., some of which  have  been  published by “Santa Barbara Music Publishing” in California (USA), “Carus-Verlag” in Stuttgart (Germany), “C. M. Musical Editions” in Bilbao, GCC Publishing in Buenos Aires (Argentina), The Choir Spanish Confederation” and the Deputy Ministry of Culture of the Canary Islands.
Some of his works were premiered by renowned choral groups such as “Canta Cantemos Coroa”, directed by Javier Busto, “Vocalia Taldea” and “Kantika Korala”, directed by Basilio Astulez, “Camerata Lacunensis” directed by Francisco Jose Herrero,
“Tenerife Chamber Choir ” directed by Carmen Cruz,” Santiago de Cuba Choir” directed by Electo Silva,”  Youth Choir of the Spanish Choir Confederation ” led by Henry Azurza,” National Children’s Choir of Cuba ”directed by Digna Guerra,” Le madrigal de Lille ”directed by Michael Pirson and” “Choral of Toronto University” directed by Doreen Rao.
 As a composer he has been profusely awarded, being worthy of  mention First Composition Prize Villa of Rota (Cádiz) in 1988 for his “Songs of the Earth” based on text by Federico García Lorca, First Prize in Choral Composition and Expression by the Canary Island Government for his “Let me at sea level” on the text of  Pedro García Cabrera in 2001 and Third Composition Prize ”Tomás Luis de Victoria” in the city of Avila in 2003 by ”Spiritual Canticle” based on the poetry of  San Juan deLa Cruz.
In recent years, prestigious choirs in several countris have commissioned and premiered his Works: “MASS OF SAINT MICHAEL ARCHANGEL” released by “Camerata Lacunensis” (Canary Islands) for the 800 years of the foundation of the Franciscan Order, “MASS LEIOA” commissioned, premiered and recorded on CD by the Basque Choir “Kantika Korala Leioa”, “Ave Maria” recorded on CD by “Vocalia Taldea” of Bilbao and “The National Boys Choir of The United States”, “ Crucifixus ” the Latinamerican premiere held in Guayaquil (Ecuador) by the “University Choir” with two other choirs and string orchestra of that city and the premiere recording of “DULCISSIMA MARIA” with “Golden Lion” Luanco (Asturias) and another recording of the same work done by the ”Study Coral Meridies” Santa Fe (Argentina), etc.. Currently working on a new commission from the University Choir of Guayaquil (Ecuador), “Christus Natus est”, a Christmas Cantata for three choirs and string orchestra.
Recently, in February 2011, he has been awarded the “Amadeus” for his composition “Extremadura Altarpiece” for a white voice choir.
In December 2011  in Guayaquil, Ecuador, ”Puer Natus Est” will have its premiere, a Christmas Cantata for three choirs and string orchestra, commissioned by the Choir and the Orchestra of that University.

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