Ave Maria SSA + organ
Composer: J. Faure (s.a.),
arr. E. J.
Biedermann for 3 female voices SSA (s.a.), 1883
|It is likely that the composer is Jean-Baptiste
seen printed scores of Jean-Baptiste Faure at IMSLP that print his name as
J. Faure, exactly as on this score.
I do have a reference to an Ave Maria with the full name Jean-Baptiste Faure
at RISM, set for Tenor solo + organ, but I have not seen it to verify
if it is the same melody as this one.
Original version by J. Faure not available.
|Recording: not available
||Score of 1883 SSA arr. E. J.Biedermann:
(MIDI is 1883 SSA arr by Biedermann)
A-ve Ma-ri-a! A-ve Ma-ri-a!
Do-mi-nus te-cum, Do-mi-nus te-cum,
be-ne-di-cta tu in mu-li-e-ri-bus,
et be-ne-di-ctus fru-ctus ven-tris tu-i, Je-sus, Je-sus.
San-cta Ma-ri-a, San-cta Ma-ri-a,
o-ra pro no-bis, o-ra pro no-bis,
o-ra pro no-bis pec-ca-to-ri-bus,
o-ra pro no-bis, pro no-bis pec-ca-to-ri-bus,
nunc et in ho-ra,
nunc et in ho-ra mor-tis nos-trae,
A-men. A-men. A-men.
A biographical dictionary of musicians
(ed. Theodore Baker)
G. Schirmer, 1905 - Biography & Autobiography - 695 pages
||Faure, Jean-Baptiste dram. baritone. b Moulins Allier
Jan 15 1830
Entered the Paris Cons in 1851 was also choir boy at St Nicholas des Champs
and at the Madeleine where Trevaux was his teacher He finished his Cons
course under Ponchard and Moreau Sainti taking first prize in the class for
comic opera From 1852 76 he was eng at the Opera Comique singing principal
roles after the retirement of Hataille and Bussine his successes equalling
those of Duprez in his best days From 1857 he taught a class in the Cons for
a short period His instruction book L Art du Chant is noteworthy After 1876
he has sung in concerts Some of his best stage roles were Hoel in Dinorah
Guillaume G Tell Nevers Huguenots Pietro Mucite de Portici Nelusko f
Africaine Don Giovanni Hamlet and Mephistopheles Pans
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