7th offertorium (Ave Maria)  Op. 145
duett for soprano and alto + ensemble or piano

Composer:  Anton Diabelli (1781-1858), 1830


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I have a score of this song I have a music notation program file of this song  (NWC, Sibelius, etc.) I have a MIDI file of this song. X X Anton Diabelli 1781 1858 1830 Op. 145 Ave Maria S+A ensemble + piano  G major
X X X X Anton Diabelli 1781 1858       Ave Maria soprano ensemble + organ  G major;   (RISM)

Lyrics:  (alto voice)

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

San-cta Ma-ri-_ a, ma-_ _ ter _ De-_ _ i,
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 nos-trae,

A-_ ve, a-ve Ma-ri-_ _ _ _ a,
gra-ti-a ple-na, a-ve Ma-ri-_ a,
Do-mi-nus te-_ cum,
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, Je-_ sus.

o-ra pro no-bis pec-ca-to-ri-bus,
o-ra pro no-_ bis,
o-ra pro _ no-bis pec-ca-_ to-ri-bus,
nunc et in ho-ra mor-tis _ nos-_ trae.

A-_ men, _ a-_ men, a-_ men,
a-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ men,
A-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ men,
a-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ men,
a-men, a-_ _ _ _ _ men,
A-_ men, a-_ men, a-_ men, a-men,
A-men, a-men, a-men, a-men, a-men.
Score:   free download on digitale-sammlungen.de

7.tes Offertorium

Ave Maria ; Duett für Sopran u. Alt mit Begl. von 2 Violinen, Viola, Flöte, Clarinett, Fagott, 2 Hörner, Violoncell u. Contrabaß ; mit beigefügter Begl. d. Pianoforte anstatt d. Orchesters ; 145. Werk

Autor: Diabelli, Anton
Erschienen: Wien [1830]
BSB-Signatur: 4 Mus.pr. 45195
URN: urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb00023293-9urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb00023293-9
Digitalisierungsdatum: 24.04.2008


Track artwork
Te Deum Laudamus 2010


Posted on YouTube:  
Ave Maria by Diabelli by vilana2

A biographical dictionary of musicians (ed. Theodore Baker)
G. Schirmer, 1905 - Biography & Autobiography - 695 pages
  Diabelli, Antonio
b Mattsee n Salzburg Sept 6 1781 d Vienna Apr 8 1858
He was a choir boy in the monastery at Michael beurn and in Salzburg cath studied for the priesthood at the Munich Latin School but continued his musical work submitting his compositions to Michael Haydn who encouraged him On the secularization of the Bavarian monasteries D who had already entered that at Rai chenhaslach embraced the career of a musician went to Vienna where Joseph Haydn received him kindly taught pf and guitar for a living and in 1818 became a partner of Cappi the music publ r assuming control of the iirm Diabelli & Co in 1824 He publ much of Schubert's music but underpaid the composer and complained that he wrote too much. In 1854 he sold out to CA Spina.
A facile composer he prod an opera Adam in der Klemme Vienna 1809 one performance masses cantatas chamber music etc which are consigned to oblivion his sonatinas easy pes and duets f pf are still favorites for beginners

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