Anonymous Gregorian - Ave Maria - LU-1416

public domain  for solo voice / unison choir

year of composition: < 15th century

What is Gregorian Chant? See Gregorian Chant Introduction

No composer photo available

Composer: Anonymous / Unknown
Text author: traditional

Use: Antiphon 2nd vespers March 25;
see also: LU-1679 + LU-1861 
An antiphon in Christian music and ritual, is a responsorial by a choir or congregation to a psalm or other text in a religious service or musical work.

Available documentation:

Score + Lyrics: source   The Liber Usualis (1961)
LU-1416 a
LU-1416 b
Ave Maria gratia plena,
Dominus tecum,
benedicta tu in mulieribus.  
in mulieribus, alleluia.

This is the same tune as LU-1679,
with an alleluia added because of Easter time.
The Spanish Antiphonarium (S.XIV)  p. 39
source page:

The Spanish Antiphonarium (S.XIV)  p. 39
LU-1416 #2

see LU-1679not available

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Page last modified: August 08, 2013