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7 Commentsto Ave maria - Various - The English Tradition

  1. Voodooshicage says:
    Jan 25,  · I am not a "cradle Catholic," but one converted through marriage. Even so, Ave Maria has always been a favorite piece of music; becoming a Catholic and understanding the role of Mary only enriched the feeling associated with the music. This album contains Ave Maria performed by various artists from various eras/5(58).
  2. Kagagor says:
    Nov 22,  · The opening words and refrain of Ellen's song led to the idea of adapting Schubert's melody as a setting for the full text of the traditional Roman Catholic prayer "Ave Maria", and it has been recorded by different artists hundreds of times. Here are 10 of our favourites: Barbara Bonney.
  3. Zulkikus says:
    1. With the best human minds, journey through time from the Iliad and the Odyssey through Medieval Literature, Shakespeare, Shakespeare in Performance, Eighteenth Century, Romanticism, Early Modern Literature, Modern Literature to 20 th Century Literature.. 2. Present and former Literature majors and minors fill many important posts at Ave Maria including: Resident Advisor, Newspaper editor.
  4. Brara says:
    Other famous musical versions of the Hail Mary were written by: Antonín Dvořák in ; Giuseppe Verdi, a famous composer, in (for his opera Otello) César Cui, a Russian composer. He set the Hail Mary to music at least three different times. First he wrote the Ave Maria in
  5. Negrel says:
    There are 7 different classical Ave Maria songs in the world. Some are recorded by Pavarotti, Bocelli, Franci, but many artists do interpretations of a very high quality. Some may be found at YouTube.
  6. Nizahn says:
    Schubert’s music was actually called ‘Ellens dritter Gesang’, which translates as ‘Ellen’s Third Song’. He wrote it in , aged 28, to the words of Sir Walter Scott’s epic poem The Lady of the fivegallonbucket.netinfo song does contain the words ‘Ave Maria’, but only in reference to the prayer itself.
  7. Megal says:
    The opening words and refrain of Ellen's song, namely "Ave Maria" (Latin for "Hail Mary"), may have led to the idea of adapting Schubert's melody as a setting for the full text of the traditional Roman Catholic prayer "Ave Maria". The Latin version of the "Ave Maria" is now so frequently used with Schubert's melody that it has led to the.

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