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Ave Maria

composer
SATB SATB
author of text
Antiphon for the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Tallis Scholars, Peter Phillips (conductor)
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Temple Church, London, United Kingdom
Produced by Steve C Smith & Peter Phillips
Engineered by Neil Hutchinson
Release date: January 2006
Total duration: 4 minutes 15 seconds

Cover artwork: Tempi Madonna by Raphael (1483-1520)
© Photo Scala, Florence
 
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Ave Maria  [4'15]

Ave Maria is a classic late-renaissance double-choir setting, with short answering phrases between the groups which culminate in sonorous eight-part sections. The alternatim method is especially effective at ‘ora pro nobis peccatoribus’ (‘pray for us sinners’).

from notes by Peter Phillips © 2005

Ave Maria est une mise en musique classique, à double chœur, de la fin de la Renaissance, avec, intercalées entre les groupes, de brèves phrases de réponse culminant en de sonores sections à huit parties. La méthode alternatim est particulière­ment efficace à «ora pro nobis peccatoribus» («prie pour nous, pécheurs»).

extrait des notes rédigées par Peter Phillips © 2005
Français: Gimell

Ave Maria ist eine klassische doppel­chörige Spätrenaissance-Vertonung, wobei kurze Phrasen zwischen den Gruppen hin und her geworfen werden, die dann in volltönenden achtstimmigen Passagen kulminieren. Die Alternatims­praxis ist bei „ora pro nobis peccatoribus“ („bitte für uns Sünder“) besonders wirkungsvoll.

aus dem Begleittext von Peter Phillips © 2005
Deutsch: Viola Scheffel

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