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Ave Maria No.2

Composer: Albert Jungmann (1824-1892), 1866


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

(Germany, Italy, Austria)


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Recording:  not available  
MIDI / Lyrics:  not available  
Score:  free download on IMSLP

Posted on YouTube:   Not available at this time.  
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Internet references, biography information.
Albert Jungmann
(B. Langensalza, (Prussia) Germany, November 14, 1824; D. Pandorf, Austria, 1892 ) Jungmann studied music theory with Liebrock and piano with Gotthilf W. Körner who later was one of his primary publishers along with G. A. Spina, music publishers in Vienna. Jungmann moved to Italy and was professor of music at the St. Cecilia Academy in Rome for some time. He returned to Vienna in 1853. Jungmann also managed one publishing house, Diabella & Co and ultimately succeeded Spina as owner and he changed the publishing house's name to Jungmann and Lerch. He wrote hundreds of salon pieces for piano. His music was quite popular due to its melodiousness and practical technique. He composed some songs and orchestral music but it seems his piano work Heimweh, is his most remembered work.


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