Zeckwer, Richard - Ave Maria

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year of composition / 1st publication: 1874

Composer: Richard Zeckwer (1850-1922)

Composer: Richard Zeckwer (1850-1922)
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Country of origin / activity: Germany, USA
Text author: traditional
Arranger / Editor: N/A 

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A-ve Ma ri a, a _ ve
gra ti a ple na _ a _ ve
o _ ra pro no _ bis
o ra pro no _ bis _
Sanc ta Ma ri _ a
et be ne dic ta tu
et be _ ne dic ta tu in mu li _ e ri _ bus
o ra pro no _ _ bis
Sanc ta Ma ri a

A ve Ma ri a A _ ve
gra ti a ple na _ a _ ve
be ne dic tus fruc _ tus ven tris _ _ tu i _ Je-_ su _
A ve Ma ri a, a _ ve
a ve sanc ta Ma ri a a _ ve
et be ne dic ta tu in mu li er i bus
et be-ne-dic-ta tu
et be ne _ dic ta _ tu in mu _ li _ e ri bus
A men A men A _ men A men

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Richard Zeckwer (April 30, 1850 – December 31, 1922)[1] was a composer and music teacher.

He was born in Stendal and studied at the Felix Mendelssohn College of Music and Theatre, where he studied piano under Ignaz Moscheles[2] before moving to Philadelphia, where he died. His compositions include The Bride of Messina overture and The Festival Overture. In 1876 he became director of the Academy of Music in Philadelphia.[3]

Zeckwer's son, Camille, was also a composer and music educator in Philadelphia.

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