Ave Maria, gratia plena Offertorio  SATB

Composer: D. Pompeo Cannicciari (1670-1744), s.a.      The music of this composer is public domain in the USA. BEWARE: the modern-day recordings of that music are not!
SATB + organ arr. Vclav Urban


 

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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Cannicciari, Pompeo  Ave Maria gratia plena  OFFERTORIO  S,A,T  bc
Cannicciari, Pompeo  Ave Maria  OFFERTORIO  8V  b

Recording:   not available MIDI file sequenced
after the score posted on Sibelius  by Vclav Urban
Lyrics:  
A-ve Ma-ri-a! gra-ti-a ple-na,
gra-ti-a, gra-ti-a ple-na, gra-ti-a ple-na,
Do-mi-nus te-cum,
be-ne-di-cta tu in mu-li-e-ri-bus,

 

et be-ne-di-ctus fru-ctus ven-tris, ven-tris tu-i,
et be-ne-di-ctus fru-ctus ven-tris tu-i, ven-tris tu-i,
be-ne-di-cta tu, be-ne-di-cta tu in mu-li-e-ri-bus,
et be-ne-di-ctus fru-ctus ven-tris tu-i,
et be-ne-di-ctus fru-ctus ven-tris ven-tris tu-i,
et be-ne-di-ctus fru-ctus ven-tris tu-i,
et be-ne-di-ctus fru-ctus,
be-ne-di-ctus fru-ctus ven-tris tu-i,
et be-ne-di-ctus fru-ctus,
fru-ctus ven-tris tu-i,
fru-ctus, fru-ctus ven-tris tu-i.

  Score:  


 

The original publication - free download on IMSLP

Grove's dictionary of music and musicians, Volume 1 By John Alexander Fuller-Maitland et al.

  CANNICIARI DON POMPEO a composer of the lu mm ii School The date of his birth seems to be unknown but we know that he was appointed maestro at S Maria Maggiore in 1709 and that he retained that post until his death which took place Dec 29 1744 He amassed a large musical library and bequeathed it to the Basilica in the service of which his manhood had been passed. This collection along with the other contents of S Maria has been dispersed and much of it has probably been lost. In the Santini library there were various pieces by Canniciari and a list of the works that still exist is given in the Quellen Lexikon. He wrote music for two and for four choirs An Ave Maria for four voices is given by Proske, Musica Divina ii No 10
EHP
Cyclopedia of music & musicians, Volume 1
John Denison Champlin, William Foster Apthorp - Scribner, 1893
CANNICIARI Don POMPEO flourished in the beginning of the 18th century died in Rome Dec 29 1744 Maestro at S M Maggiore from 1709 till his death He bequeathed his large musical library to that basilica but it was eventually dispersed Several of his pieces are in the Santini Library notably 3 masses for four and 1 for five 6 for eight and 4 for sixteen voices 4 motets for four and 10 for eight voices 2 Magnificats for four voices with organ accompaniment and an Ave Maria for eight voices Grove Fetis Mendel
A biographical dictionary of musicians (ed. Theodore Baker)
G. Schirmer, 1905 - Biography & Autobiography - 695 pages
  Canniciari Don Pompeo b Rome 1670 d there Dec 29 1744 as di eapp of S Maria Maggiore a position held by him since 1709 A disciple of the Roman school he corap masses magnificats motets etc

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