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Ave Virgo, gratia plena

Composer: Anonymous Cancionero de Palacio ca. 1500


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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¡Ave, Virgo, gratia plena,
O Regina mater Dei,
domina, memento mei!

Ante secula creata
en la mente concebida,
ante santa que naçida
tu es Virgo beata.
¡O purifica sacrata
dulcissima mater Dei,
domina, memento mei!

MIDI:  not available
Score: Cancionero musical de los siglos XV y XVI - Francisco Asenjo Barbieri (1890)
= transcription of the original mensural notation manuscript.

My thanks and appreciation to
Fernando Gómez jácome
for sending me this score.

Posted on YouTube:    
 Uploaded on Oct 8, 2009

AVE, VIRGO, GRATIA PLENA (Anónimo) - Cancionero Musical de Palacio (S. XV/XVI).

Intérprete: Capella de Ministrers - Director: Carles Magraner.
Imágenes: Pintura Renacentista Española (Luis de Morales).

Internet references, biography information.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT6BkWb0fvQ http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cancionero_de_Palacio
El Cancionero de Palacio (Madrid, Biblioteca Real, MS II - 1335), llamado a veces Cancionero Musical de Palacio (CMP) y también conocido como Cancionero de Barbieri, es un manuscrito español que contiene música del Renacimiento. Las obras que posee están recopiladas durante un periodo de unos cuarenta años, desde el último tercio del siglo XV hasta principios del XVI, tiempo que coincide aproximadamente con el reinado de los Reyes Católicos.
The Cancionero de Palacio (Madrid, Biblioteca Real, MS II – 1335), or Cancionero Musical de Palacio (CMP), also known as Cancionero de Barbieri, is a Spanish manuscript of Renaissance music. The works in it were compiled during a time span of around 40 years, from the mid-1470s until the beginning of the 16th century, approximately coinciding with the reign of the Catholic Monarchs.
First discovered at the end of the XIX century at Biblioteca del Palacio Real de Madrid by composer and musicologist Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, the Cancionero was fully transcripted by the same discoverer in 1890 with the name "Cancionero musical de los siglos XV y XVI".

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