Ave Maria, mater Dei a4vv.
Composer: William Cornysh (c1430-1502), s.a.
Ave Maria, mater Dei,
regina caeli, domina,
mundi imperatrix inferni,
et totius populi Christiani;
et ne permitas nos
sed tuam sanctissimam voluntatem
|Score: free to download and print on CPDL
Grove's dictionary of music and musicians, Volume 1 By John
Alexander Fuller-Maitland et al.
||CORNYSHE WILLIAM junior son of preceding was a
composer in the early part the 16th century Three part songs by are
contained in a manuscript volume by Dr Robert Fayrfax and now in the of the
British Museum Add MS 5465 Two of those songs were printed by in his History
of Music A Salve Regina a 5 is in the British Museum Harl MS an Ave Maria
a 5 in the library of the Royal College of Music and a Gaude virgo a 4
well as the other sacred pieces in a MS at Other vocal works are at Caius
College and Add MS 31,922 w HH
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