Ave maris stella, EG 150 (Grieg, Edvard)

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For Mixed Chorus (Composer)

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Editor Dan Fog
Publisher. Info. Edvard Grieg: Samlede verker, Band 17:
Choral Music without Orchestra
Original Compositions and Arrangements of Own Works.

Frankfurt: C.F. Peters, 1985. Plate 31300.
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Misc. Notes There is a mistake in the penultimate bar. The two minims of the upper voice in the bass part should be D-E instead of D-G.
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For Violin, Cello, Piano and Harmonium (Hansen)

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Arranger Nikolaj Hansen (1855-1932)
Publisher. Info. Repertoire für Haus- und Salon-Konzerte, No.6.
Copenhagen: Hansen, 1904. Plate 13540.
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Misc. Notes Also includes ad lib. viola and violin II parts.
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For Piano Trio (Hansen)

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Arranger Nikolaj Hansen (1855–1932)
Publisher. Info. Trio-Album, Vol.1 no.1
Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen, 1912. Plate 14171.a.b.
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For Piano solo (Schytte)

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Arranger Ludvig Schytte (1848-1909)
Publisher. Info. Scandinavian Masters, Vol.1
London: Augener, n.d.[1911].
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Misc. Notes This version (Schytte reduction) originally released in 1905, according to Foster, The Songs of Edvard Grieg, p.169.
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General Information

Work Title Ave maris stella
Alternative. Title Vespers hymn
Composer Grieg, Edvard
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. EG 150
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1893
First Performance. 1899-11, in Copenhagen
Cæciliaforening, Frederik Rung (conductor)
First Publication. 1899
Language Danish
Dedication Madrigal Choir, Cæciliaforening, Køpenhavn
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice and piano (1893)

Misc. Comments

Published by Hansen as one of "To religiøse Kor: a cappella" (the other being Bleget, segnet!)

Arranged for double chorus (SSAATTBB) (1898), and published in 1899 with text in Latin, German, English, Danish (unspecified translators).

EG 150 applies it seems to both the original voice/piano version, and the later arrangement (see "The Songs of Edvard Grieg", p.169 et seq.).

From Foster: Schytte arrangement followed in 1905, Flesch (violin/piano) in 1914, Reinhard arrangements for various combinations with harmonium (harmonium, harmonium and violin, harmonium and cello) also followed.