Ave Maria  

Composer: David Halls (*1963), 2004


 

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A ve Ma ri a, gra _ ti a ple na,
Do mi nus te cum, Do _ mi nus te cum:
et be ne dic tus fruc tus ven _ _ tris tu i,
Je sus, Je sus, Je _ sus.
A-ve Ma-ri a, gra _ ti a ple na,
Do mi nus te cum, Do _ mi nus te cum:
et be ne dic tus fruc tus ven _ _ tris tu i,
Je sus, Je sus, Je _ sus.
 
Sanc ta Ma ri _ a Ma _ ter De _ i,
A ve Ma ri a, o ra _ pro no bis
O ra pro no bis
nunc _ et in ho ra, o ra pro no bis
ho-ra mor tis nos trae,
o ra pro no-bis pec _ _ ca to ri bus,
o ra, o-ra.
A-_-men. A-men.
 
Score:  can be purchased on THIS PAGE:   Ave Maria - SATB - published by Paraclete Press - PPMO0410


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David Halls was born in 1963 and studied the piano and cello from the age of four. While a pupil at Harrogate Grammar School, he was Assistant Organist at St. Wilfrid's Harrogate, studying the organ with Ronald Perrin and later with Thomas Trotter in London.


David won an Organ Scholarship to Worcester College, Oxford and graduated in 1984 with an Honours Degree in Music. He passed both the Associate and Fellowship Examinations of The Royal College of Organists in the same year, being awarded five prizes and the Silver Medal from the Worshipful Company of Musicians. He studied in Winchester for a post-graduate Certificate in Education and was Organ Scholar at Winchester Cathedral under Martin Neary and james Lancelot.


In September 1985 he was appointed Assistant Organist of Salisbury Cathedral and Director of Music of Salisbury Cathedral School. He has toured France, Holland, and the USA with the cathedral choirs and has appeared as conductor, accompanist and soloist in many concerts and recordings. In demand as a recitalist, he has recorded two solo CDs on the Willis Organ at the cathedral. In September 2000, he took up the full-time post of Organist and Assistant Director of Music at Salisbury Cathedral.


Mr. Halls is a member of the Salisbury Diocesan Choral Festival Group and regularly conducts the Diocesan Choir Festivals, as well as the Salisbury Musical Society and the Salisbury Orchestral Society.

Recent works conducted include Britten's "St. Nicolas" and "The Burning Fiery Furnace," Janacek's "Glagolitic Mass", Poulenc's "Stabat Mater", Elgar's "Sea Pictures" and Holst's "The Planets" and forthcoming works include Brahm's "Deutsches Requiem" and Britten's "Noye's Fludde".
 

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