Vesperale (Ave Maria)

Composer: Ambroise Farman (s.a.), 1924

 

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

(UK ?? )

 

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Recording:  not available
Lyrics:  none (piano only)
Score: 

play/stop MIDI:

My thanks and appreciation to
Debra Lea
for sending me this score

Posted on YouTube:  
This is how it should be played (I can't program the arpeggios properly in MIDI) Thank you, Phillip Sear, for making this video.
This music is assumed to be under copyright protection in the USA
Uploaded by on Aug 15, 2011

The composer of this piece is a mystery - and Ambroise Farman is very likely a pseudonym for someone better-known. Several pieces appeared under his name in the early 1920s, and this one was published by JH Larway in 1924. It uses the same wide arpeggio with the top note taken in the left hand as in the Chorale of Franck's 'Prelude Chorale and Fugue'. Other composers who have used the same title (which means 'evening music') include Cyril Scott and Claude Bolling.
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