Ave Maria  SATB

Composer:  Ferenc Ercsey-Ravasz (*1974?), c1999


This music is assumed to be under copyright protection in the USA



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Lyrics: Recording:  not available
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 vent-ris Tu-i, Je-sus
Sanc-ta 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

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My thanks and appreciation to
composer Ferenc Ercsey-Ravasz
for sending me this score.

Composer Ferenc Ercsey-Ravasz has requested that this score be made freely available on this website.
Click on the score to download.
Please contact composer Ferenc Ercsey-Ravasz for permission for public performance: ercseyemail megmail.com

Posted on YouTube:
The Visszhang choir performing Ave Maria by Ferenc Ercsey-Ravasz at the concert "Évszázadok Visszhangja" (Echoes of Centuries), held at St. Joseph Church, Sepsiszentgyörgy (Transylvania), 4th July 2009.
Conductor: Ferenc Ercsey-Ravasz

A Visszhang kórus előadásában Ercsey-Ravasz Ferenc - Ave Maria, az "Évszázadok Visszhangja" című koncert keretén belül, a sepsiszentgyörgyi Szent József plébániatemplomban, 2009. július 4.
Vezényel: Ercsey-Ravasz Ferenc


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