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8 thoughts on “ Improvisation Variations über den gregoranischen Hymnus Ave Maris Stella

  1. Gregorian Chant, or plainchant, is the great body of monophonic song developed by the early Christian church for use in worship. Most chant texts are drawn from the Latin Vulgate, which is the Holy Bible.
  2. Ave Maria: für Altstimme und Orgel = for voice and organ () Prelude G-Dur = in G major () Hymnus ad laudes in festo Sanctae Trinitatis: für Singstimme und Orgel = for voice and organ, B82 () () Prélude a-moll = in A minor () Ave Maris Stella: für Singstimme und Orgel = for voice and organ ().
  3. Thomas Tallis provided the tune now known as TALLIS’ CANON for Matthew Parker’s Psalter published around as a setting of Psalm Thomas Ravenscroft published a version of the tune without repeats in his Whole Book of Psalmes which is the version of the tune most often used today.. See a list of other hymn and chorale themes here.
  4. Vespers hymn for Immaculate Conception and Assumption. The name Mary is said to mean "Star of the Sea" = stella maris. The first verse is said kneeling. There is a little mistake on the word semper page of the Liber Usualis: the notes should be GA, not EA, as indicated by the custos on the previous page. All the other verses are correct.
  5. Ave Maris Stella Missa secunda Missa super dixit Maria-Sanctus Sanctus Credo Gloria Agnus Dei Sanctus Variations for Harpsichord Verbum caro factum est SWEELINCK Jan Pieterszonn () PAYS-BAS Mein junges Leben hat ein End DOWLAND John (?) GRANDE-BRETAGNE Dances
  6. Fantasie und Fuge über den Choral "Ad nos, ad salutarem undam" aus der Oper "Der Prophet" von Meyerbeer () by Franz Liszt; Präludium und Fuge über B-A-C-H (/70) by Franz Liszt; Evocation à la Chapelle Sixtine () by Franz Liszt; "Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen" () by Franz Liszt; Anhang 1: Präludium und Fuge über das Thema B-A-C-H () by Franz Liszt; Les Morts-Oraison.
  7. Ave maris stella (in memoriis) Previous. Next. List. This browser cannot play the embedded audio file. Pluscarden Abbey, Scotland. 1. Hail, star of the sea, blessed Mother of God and ever Virgin, happy gate of heaven. 2. Receiving that Ave from the mouth of Gabriel.
  8. 12 Movement Hymn: Ave maris stella [9'07] CD2 1 Movement Magnificat Part Magnificat [0'25] 2 Movement Magnificat Part Anima mea Dominum [0'17] 3 Movement Magnificat Part Et exultavit spiritus meus [1'12] 4 Movement Magnificat Part Quia respexit humilitatem [1'46] 5 .

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