Ave Maria (phrygian version) 

Composer:  John M. Reese (1963), 1982


This music is assumed to be under copyright protection in the USA



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Ave Maria (1981) The first of three (successful) settings of this text; the other two were choral pieces. 
Ave Maria, Maiden Mild (1982) Setting of the original English version of Sir Walter Scott's poem; the German translation was used by Schubert in his famous setting, Ave Maria, Jungfrau Mild
Ave Maria (Phrygian version), 1982. SATB, a cappella 
Ave Maria (F Major version), 1991. SATB, a cappella 

Our listing includes an extra file:

X X X John M. Reese *1963 1981 Ave Maria
X X X John M. Reese *1963     Maiden mild
X X X John M. Reese *1963 1982 Ave Maria, maiden mild
X X X John M. Reese *1963 1982 Ave Maria (Phrygian version)
X X X John M. Reese *1963 1991 Ave Maria (F major version)

geocities shut down all its websites in 2009. Some of the pages on the composer's old website are no longer accessible.
In case the composer's website would become completely inaccessible, I post the MIDIs in my website as well.

Score / Lyrics:  not available Recording:  not available

Ave Maria (phrygian version)

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