Ave Maria   

Composer:  M. Hauptmann (s.a.), 1878 ed.


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



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M. Hauptmann  = probably Moritz Hauptmann (1792-1868)

The USA copyright date is 1878, 10 years after Moritz Hauptmann died.

Recording: not available  
Lyrics:  in German and Latin. 1878 edition  Score:  
A-ve Ma-ri-a, Ma-_-ri-a,
Quel-le der Gna-den, Gott ist mit Dir,
die Du _ ge-seg-net bist vor al-_-len, al-len Frau'n.
A-ve Ma-ri-a Ma-_-ri-a!
Gra-ti-a ple-na, Do-mi-nus te-cum,
be-_-ne-di-cta tu in mu-_-li-e-ri-bus,
Mut-_-ter Got-_-tes, heil'-ge Ma-ri-_-a,
Bit-te für uns, die wir ge-beugt von _ Schuld,
heut' und in uns-rer To-des-stund',
O bitt' für uns, o bitt' für uns,
heut' _ und einst in uns-rer To-_ _ _ des-stund',
o bitt' für _ uns, _ o bitt' für _ uns,
o bit-_-te für uns die wir ver-strickt in Schuld
Ma-_-ter De-_-i, San-cta Ma-ri-_-a,
o-ra pro no-bis pec-ca-to-ri-_-bus,
nunc et in ho-ra mor-tis nos-_-trae,
o-ra pro no-bis
nunc et _ in ho-ra mor-tis nos-_-_-_-_-trae,
o-ra pro _ no-bis, o-ra pro _ no-bis
o-_-ra pro no-bis pec-ca-to-ri-bus,
A-_-ve, A-ve Ma-_-ri-a
Gott ist mit Dir,
die Du _ ge-seg-net bist vor al-_-len, al-len Frau'n,
o bitt' für _ uns, o bitt' für _ uns, für uns,
heut' und einst _ in uns-rer To-_ des-_-stund'.
A-_-ve a-ve Ma-_-ri-a!
Do-mi-nus te-cum,
be-_-ne-di-cta tu in mu-_-li-e-ri-bus,
o-ra pro _ nobis o-ra pro _ no-bis
nunc et in ho-_-ra mor-tis nos-_-_-_-trae.

A biographical dictionary of musicians (ed. Theodore Baker)
G. Schirmer, 1905 - Biography & Autobiography - 695 pages
  Hauptmann Moritz eminent theorist and comp b Dresden Oct 13 1792 d Leipzig Jan 3 1S68 His father was State architect and hoped to bring up his son to that profession But the results of his musical studies pf and harm Grosse vln Scholz comp Morlacchi evinced such talent that no obstacle was allowed to interfere with its development In 18 1 1 he went to Gotha to study vln and compounder Spohr and became his life long friend In 1812 he was violinist in the Dresden court orch became mus teacher to the family of the Russian governor of Dresden Prince Repnin and in 1815 went with them to Russia where he stayed five years Returning to Germany he was admitted into Spohr's court orch at Kassel in 1822 He exhibited remarkable ability as instructor in cpt and comp and in 1842 on the recommendation of Mendelssohn and Spohr was app cantor and Musikdireclor at the Thomasschule as Weinlig's successor and prof of cpt and comp at Leipzig Cons retaining these posts until his death A master of classic musical form he followed a fundamental rule that unity of idea and perfection of form were indispensable in all comp s and exemplified it in his own music which is remarkable for architectonic symmetry of form and purity of part leading his vocal music especially the motets is particularly beautiful Still although a finished composer he is more famous as a theorist and teacher among his numerous distinguished pupils were Ferd David BurgmUller Kiel the Baches Joachim Sullivan von Btilow Cowen etc The scientific foundation of modern musical theory amplified by A v Oettingen Harmoniesys tem in dualer Entwickelung 1866 Riemann Handbuch der Harmonielehre etc and others is laid by II in Die Natur der Har

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