Ave Maria, WAB 6 (Bruckner, Anton)
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Clarence Dickinson (1873-1969)
Helen Adell Dickinson, English text
New York: H.W. Gray, 1914. Plate S.C. No.34.
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Version with English text ('Lord Most Holy'), unrelated to the original Latin text. Found at John F. Berky's Bruckner site.
These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection. As always, it would be good to know what edition this typeset was based on- a manuscript, the first edition, the Böhm and Son (edited by E.F. Schmid) published in 1927, or a later edition.
|Work Title||Ave Maria (II)|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||WAB 6|
|Year/Date of Composition||1861|
|First Publication||1887 - Vienna: Emil Wetzler (Julius Engelmann)|
|Librettist||Traditional, modified by Council of Trent|
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
|Instrumentation||7-voice mixed chorus (SAATTBB)|
|External Links||Wikipedia article (Ave Maria)|
(Metten - incomplete parts)
(Kremsmünster - 1861 manuscript copy or autograph?)
Often referred to as a motet but not originally published with this title by Emil Wetzler (Julius Engelmann) Vienna, in 1887.
Bruckner composed 3 Ave Maria, all three in F major:
- Ave Maria I WAB 5 for mixed choir, soprano and alto soloists, organ and cello (1856). See: Ave Maria, WAB 5
- Ave Maria II WAB 6 for 7-voice mixed choir a cappella (1861) – the most commonly performed. See: Ave Maria, WAB 6
- Ave Maria III WAB 7 (1882) for alto soloist, and organ (harmonium or piano). See: Ave Maria, WAB 7