Ave Maria

Composer: Giovanni Constanzi (d.1778), s.a.
aka Gioannino di Roma


This music is assumed to be public domain in the USA. BEWARE: the modern-day recordings of that music are not!



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Recording:  not available
MIDI / Lyrics:  not available
Score:  not available

Internet references, biography information.
Cyclopedia of music & musicians, Volume 1
John Denison Champlin, William Foster Apthorp - Scribner, 1893
COSTANZI, GIOVANNI called Gioannino di Roma
born in Rome died there March 5 1778.
A violinist in the service of Cardinal Ottoboni nephew of Pope Alexander VIIL
he became assistant maestro di cappella of S Pietro in Vaticano in 1754 and full maestro in 1755 a position which he retained until his death.
Works: Carlo Magno opera given in Rome 1729; a Miserere which was very celebrated; motets for 16 voices preserved in the original MS in the Pontifical Chapel; Offertories for four voices; Ave Maria for three voices; Salve Regina for four voices; Dixit for eight voices; Te Deum and Magnificat for eight voices; Pastoral Mass for four voices; Laudate for four voices; Regina Coeli for four voices; Salve Regina for soprano and chorus  -- Fetis Mendel

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