Ave Maria  (ii) SATB + organ

Composer:  Edward Rottmanner (1809-1843)


 

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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I have a music notation program file of this song  (NWC, Sibelius, etc.) X X   Eduard   Rottmanner   1809 1843         Ave Maria (i) SATB organ
I have a music notation program file of this song  (NWC, Sibelius, etc.) X X   Eduard   Rottmanner   1809 1843         Ave Maria (ii) SATB organ
I have a music notation program file of this song  (NWC, Sibelius, etc.) X X   Eduard   Rottmanner   1809 1843         Ave Maria (iii) SATB organ

Recording:  not available  
Lyrics:  

A ve Ma ri a, gra ti a ple na,
Do mi nus te cum, Do mi nus te cum,
be ne dic ta tu in mu li e ri bus,
et be ne dic tus fruc tus, fruc tus vent ris tu i, Je sus
Chris tus.

a ve. a ve. Sanc ta De i ge ne trix, sanc ta De i ge ne trix,
o ra pro no bis, pro no bis pec ca to ri bus
nunc et in ho ra mor tis nos trae,
nunc et in ho ra mor tis nos trae.
A men, a men. A ve Ma ri a, a ve.

Score:  available on this page  

My thanks and appreciation to
Manfred Hl
for making this score available.

Page last modified: October 30, 2011

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