zaterdag 7 januari 2017

Praeludium # 1 (1722) / Méditation sur le 1er Prélude de S. Bach (1853) / Ave Maria (1859)


"Ave Maria" is a popular and much-recorded setting of the Latin text "Ave Maria", originally published in 1853 as "Méditation sur le 1er Prélude de S. Bach".

http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b54000071s

The piece consists of a melody by the French Romantic composer Charles Gounod especially designed to be superimposed over the Prelude No. 1 in C major, BWV 846, from Book I of J.S. Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier, written 137 years earlier.

In 1722 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) published Book I of The Well Tempered Clavier.

The Well-Tempered Clavier - Wikipedia

The first piece in that collection is the “Prelude in C major”, BWV 846, (Praeludium #1)

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Bach's autograph (1722) of the first prelude of Book


The Well-Tempered Clavier - Wikipedia

Studied by all piano students since Bach’s time. The 35 measures of the Prelude consist of 34 measures of 16-th-note arpeggios followed by one measure containing a single whole-note C-major chord. The work is characterized by richly inventive harmony; and by frequent dissonance, including minor-second intervals.

Between 1933 and 1936 the first complete recording of the Well-Tempered Clavier was made on the piano by Edwin Fischer.

Here's Praeludium # 1 from that reording by Edwin Fischer.



More than a century later Charles Gounod improvised the Bach melody, and his future father-in-law Pierre-Joseph-Guillaume Zimmermann transcribed the improvisation and in 1853 made an arrangement for violin (or cello) with piano and harmonium.

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The same year it appeared with the words of Alphonse de Lamartine's poem "Le livre de la vie" ("The Book of Life").

Lamartine had composed this poem as a gift for a young woman admirer. Gounod selected it as the text for his "Meditation", and sent a copy as a gift to a married woman, Rosalie Jousset (1838-1863). Rosalie was a beautiful singer, and Gounod’s student. Gounod's letter containing the music was intercepted by Rosalie’s mother-in-law, Aurélie Jousset, who felt that the sentiment was inappropriate. She sent the music back to Gounod with an alternate text written beneath Lamartine’s words, namely, the words of the "Ave Maria" a traditional Catholic prayer asking for the intercession of the "Blessed Virgin Mary", the mother of Jesus.
The first part of this prayer, the Scriptural part, is taken from the Gospel of St. Luke and joins together the words of the Angel Gabriel at the Annunciation (Luke 1:28) together with Elizabeth's greeting to Mary at the Visitation (Luke 1:42)
Later, probably by Pope Urban IV around the year 1262, Jesus' name was inserted at the end of the two passages.
"Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum. Benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructus ventris tui, Iesus".
The second half of the prayer ("Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis nunc et in hora mortis nostrae") can be traced back to the 15th Century in a Roman Breviary
The current form of the prayer became the standard form sometime in the 16th century and was included in the reformed Breviary promulgated by Pope St. Pius V in 1568.

Gounod took the hint, and adopted Aurélie Jousset’s suggestion. The first edition of the song with the “Ave Maria” text is dated 1859.

Gounod considered "Ave Maria" to be an insignificant part of his life's work, not important enough to mention in his autobiography. Truly, "Ave Maria" seems a minor effort compared to works such as the opera Faust. After all, it is a short work, with only the melody being Gounod’s. The accompaniment and harmonic structure are Bach’s, and some of the additional voicing embodied in the organ part may have been worked out by Zimmerman. Finally, as mentioned above, the idea to use "Ave Maria" as the text for the song belonged not to Gounod, but to Aurélie Jousset.

About Gounod's Ave Maria

In 1859 Jacques Léopold Heugel published a version with the familiar Latin text, under the title "Mélodie religieuse adaptée au 1er prélude de J.S. Bach".

First performed by Marie Caroline Miolan-Carvalho on May 24, 1859

Caroline Miolan-Carvalho | SecondHandSongs





In 1898 the first recorded versions began to be released.


(o) W.D. McFarland (1898)
Recorded November 1898.
Released on Berliner Disc #1917

Berliner matrix 1917. Ave Maria / W. D. McFarland - Discography of American Historical Recordings



(c) Gertrude Sylva
Recorded between 1897/1899 in New York
Released on Bettini Cylinder #12

Bettini micro-phonograph : micro-diaphragms for phonograph and graphophone ; Bettini celebrated operatic musical records and autograph-records of world famous artists : catalogue no. 10, April 1900 in SearchWorks


(c) Louise de Brelor
Recorded between 1898/1899 in New York
Released on Bettini Cylinder # 16

Listen here

www.phonobase.org/audio/AA-CD01aCD99/CD69_05.mp3


(c) Rosalia Chalia
Recorded between 1898/1899 in New York
Released on Bettini Cylinder # 39

On December 4, 1900 Rosalio recorded another version
Released on Victor 550 and 660

And in 1901 she recorded yet another version in New York
Released on Zonophone 9205



(c) M.A. Guarini (1899)
Released on Edison # 7287



(c) M.A. Guarini (1900)
Recorded August 1900 in New York City
Released on Edison 12073



(c) Helen Jenynge (1899)
Recorded March 7, 1899
Released on Berliner 3676

Berliner matrix 3676. Ave Maria / Helen Jenynge [i.e., Edith Helena] - Discography of American Historical Recordings

http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_H.pdf



First recording I could find is an instrumental version.

(o) Frederick Hager (1899)

https://books.google.nl/books?id=-FOSAgAAQBAJ&pg=PA934&lpg=PA934&dq=frederick+hager+6701+maria&source=bl&ots=cq9-5MLeBb&sig=jFr-Fk4rFNNaI5FEZOsd2FqcVqc&hl=nl&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjo7KuKgt_PAhVHVRoKHWWZD_oQ6AEIMTAD#v=onepage&q=frederick%20hager%206701%20maria&f=false

Released on a Edison Brown Wax Cylinder # 6701.

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(c) Ida Sambo (1900)
Recorded in Milan in January 1900
Released on Zonophone 490

Reissued on Zonophone X-438

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Sambo Ida

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(c) Charles D'Almaine (1900)
Recorded February 16, 1900
Released on Berliner 0971

Berliner matrix 0971. Ave Maria / Charles D'Almaine - Discography of American Historical Recordings




Here's an early recorded vocal version.

(o) Mary Boyer (1900?)
Recorded around 1900 in France
Released on Pathe Cylinder # 813.

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And Pathe Disque # 813

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Listen here:

http://cylinders.library.ucsb.edu/download_file.php?param1=10000¶m2=10156

Or here:

www.phonobase.org/audio/AB-2007-2009/2009-03_cyl_203.mp3


Around 1903/1904 Mary Boyer recorded another version in Paris
Released on Pathe Celeste Cylinder # 3922



(c) Karel (Carl) Berckmans (1901)
Tenor with Amsterdamsche Lyrische Opera.
Recorded September 1901 in Amsterdam
Matrix 976B
Released on G&T 52265

http://78opera.com/files/ARTIST_Ba-Bi.pdf



(c) Giuseppina Huguet (1902)
Recorded November 1902 in Barcelona
Matrix 7188F
Released on G&T 53260

http://78opera.com/files/ARTIST_H.pdf



(c) Antonio Vargas (1902)
Recorded April 1902 in New York City
Released on Edison Gold Moulded 2 minute cylinder # 12216

Edison Gold Moulded Record: 12216. “Ave Maria” / Antonio Vargas. | UCSB Cylinder Audio Archive

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(c) Charlotte Marie (Pauline) Agussol (1902)
Recorded Autumn 1902 in Paris
Released on Zonophone X-1990

http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_A.pdf

In January 1903 she re-recorded "Ave Maria" in Paris
Released on Zonophone X-1242

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And in 1904 she re-recorded the song again in Paris for the Odeon-label.
Released on Odeon 33451.

SLUB Mediathek

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media.slub-dresden.de/fon/snp/a/008720/fon_snp_a_008720_02.mp3



(c) Blanca Del Carmen (Pilar Calvera) )  (1902)
Recorded medio 1902 in Berlin
Released on Zonophone 11159

http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_D.pdf



(c) Alice Guszalewicz (1902)
Recorded 1902 in Vienna
Released on Zonophone X-1639, X-23005

http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_G.pdf 

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DISMARC - Metastore - Detail view



(c) M. Delcroix (1901 ?)
Recorded in Brussels ?
Released on Columbia Cylinder #37406

Gomme-laque, celluloïd et vieilles cires : disques et cylindres de la Belle Époque en ligne

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www.phonobase.org/audio/AD-2014/2014_7721.mp3




(c) Paul Aumonier (1902/1903)
Recorded in Paris 1902/1903
Released on Columbia Cylinder 26280




(c) Emilia Ivanovna Kristman 1902
(violin: J J Kristman)
Recorded in St Petersburg 1902
Matrix 309z
Released on G&T 23190 and also on Victor 5044, 91035

Ave Maria (Аве Мария), anthem

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www.russian-records.com/data/media/535/Kristman_Viktor_M_91035.mp3


Emilia Ivanovna Kristman recorded it again in St Petersburg 1903
Released on Columbia 35121

Ave Maria (Аве Мария), romance



(c) Henri Dons (1902)
Recorded early 1902 in Paris
Matrix # 782F
Released on G&T # 2-32509



(c) Albert Vaguet (1902/1903)
Recorded in Paris
Matrix 28667
Released on Pathe Cylinder # 3672

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www.phonobase.org/audio/AA-CD01aCD99/CD47_19.mp3

Also released on Pathe Disque # 3672

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(c) Elsa Hensel-Schweitzer
Recorded 1903 in Frankfurt am Main
Matrix 1171Z
Released on G&T 43468

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(c) Roberto Vanni (1903)
Recorded in USA
Released on Zonophone 9619

Vanni Roberto



(c) Jean Note (1903/1904)
Recorded in Paris
Released on G&T 3-32122

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(c) Louis Verstraeten (1903/1905)
Recorded in Bruxelles.
Released on Pathe 9506 and 50068

http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_V.pdf




(c) Hedwig Zimmer (1904)
Recorded in Berlin
Released on Columbia D 3038

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http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_Z.pdf




(c) Prof. (Alessandro) Moreschi (1904)
Cantore della Cappella Sistina, Roma
Recorded April 1904 in Roma.
Matrix 2187h Ave Maria (Gounod)
Released on G&T 52045, 54777

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Prof. Moreschi* - Crucifixus / Ave Maria (Shellac) at Discogs

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(c) Giannina Russ (1904)
Recorded October 1904 in Milan
Matrix xPh 36-2
Giannina Russ (soprano), Alessandro Genesini (vn). …?… (org). …?… (p).
Released on Fonotipia 39046

On September 26, 1906 she re-recorded a version which was released on the same label-number
Matrix xPh 2065
Giannina Russ (soprano), Alessandro Genesini (vn). …?… (org). …?… (p).

http://discography.phonomuseum.at/odeon/odmxPh.pdf

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(c) Nellie Melba and Jan Kubelik (1904)
Recorded October 20, 1904 in London
Matrix 401-c
Released on G&T 3033

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Dame Nellie Melba - Australia museum opera recordings Covent Garden Coldstream Lilydale

http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_M.pdf

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Ave Maria - Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek



(c) Maria Alexandrowna Michailowa (1905)
Recorded 1905 in St. Petersburg.

Ave Maria (Аве Мария), anthem

Gramophone matrix 2850L. Ave Maria / M. A. Michailova - Discography of American Historical Recordings

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(c) Florence Hayward (1905)
Recorded January 30, 1905
Released on Victor 4251

Browse All Recordings | Ave Maria, Take 2 (1905-01-30) | National Jukebox LOC.gov

Victor matrix B-2179. Ave Maria / Florence Hayward - Discography of American Historical Recordings

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(c) Emma Eames (1905)
Recorded February 20, 1905
Released on Victor 85054

Browse All Recordings | Ave Maria, Take 1 (1905-02-20) | National Jukebox LOC.gov

Victor matrix C-2318. Ave Maria / Emma Eames - Discography of American Historical Recordings

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(c) Romeo Berti (1905)
Recorded in 1905 in Milan
Released on Columbia D 4021

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(c) Emma Albani (1905)
Recorded in London
Released on Pathe 50331

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(c) Alma HULTING (1905)
Recorded in Stockholm 1905-12
Matrix 946-o Ave Maria (Gounod)
Released on Favorite 1-86025

http://78-varvare.atspace.cc/almhul.htm



(c) Henry De Bruyne, Cornelis Liégeois and Auguste Delacroix (1906)
Recorded in 1906 in Paris
Released on Grammophon #11480

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Gounod* / Braga* - Ave Maria / Serenade (Shellac) at Discogs



(c) Lilli Lehmann (1906)
Lilli Lehmann (soprano). …?… (fl). Fritz Lindemann (p)
Recorded July 20, 1906 in Berlin
Released on Odeon X 50096

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media.slub-dresden.de/fon/snp/a/008741/fon_snp_a_008741_01.mp3

SLUB Mediathek

http://discography.phonomuseum.at/odeon/odmxB.pdf



(c) Mme. Marcelle Demougeot (1905)
Matrix 1410-f
Recorded in July 1905 in Paris
Released on Favorite 1-6003

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(c) Mme. Marcelle Demougeot (1906)
Recorded in 1906 in Paris
Matrix 5854
Released on Zonophone X-83149

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(c) Alessandro Bonci (1906)
Recorded November 7, 1906 in Milan
Matrix XPh2699
Released on Fonotipia 92104

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Ave Maria / Charles Gounod. Werther. Deh ! non mi ridestar / Jules Massenet ; Alessandro Bonci, avec Orchestre | Gallica

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(c) Regina Pacini (soprano). …?… (vn). …?… (p) (1906)
Recorded August 31, 1906 in Milan
Matrix xPH 2062-2
Released on Fonotipia X 39775

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(c) Lise Landouzy (1906)
Lise Landouzy (soprano). Fernand Landouzy (vc). …?… (p).
Recorded September 1906 in Paris.
Matrix xPh 2789
Released on Odeon X 56032

http://discography.phonomuseum.at/odeon/odmxP.pdf



(c) Berthe Auguez de Montalant (1907)
Recorded 1907 in Paris
Matrix 5112H
Released on G&T 33649

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(c) Hans Kronold (1907)
Released on Edison Gold Moulded Records ‎#9477

Hans Kronold - Ave Maria (Cylinder) at Discogs

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(c) Margarete Leux (1907)
Recorded August 31, 1907 in Berlin
Released on Homocord M 900

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(c) Betsy Schot (1907)
Recorded August 31, 1907 in Berlin
Released on Homokord 932 and Homophon 932



(c) Georg Maikl (1908)
Recorde June 1908 in Vienna
Matrix 2487-t
Released on Favorite 1-25284

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http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_M.pdf

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(c) Lucienne  Garchery (1908)
Recorded June 1, 1908 in Paris
Released on Odeon 60806

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http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_G.pdf 

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(c) Gertrud Runge (1908/1909)
Recorded in Leipzig
Released on Kalliope 1521, Melodia 15210, Sport 15211 and Regent 1521

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http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_R.pdf

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DISMARC - Metastore - Detail view



(c) Emmy Destinn (1909)
Recorded in 1909 in Berlin
Released on Odeon X 99430

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http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_D.pdf

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DISMARC - Metastore - Detail view



(c) Eugenie Bronskaja (1910)
Recorded April 21, 1910 in New York
Released on Columbia A 5193

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Columbia matrix 30472. Ave Maria / Eugenie Bronskaja - Discography of American Historical Recordings

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www.russian-records.com/data/media/532/Bronskaya_30472.mp3



(c) Celestina Boninsegna (1910)
Recorded December 1910 in Milan
Released on Pathe 84346

Truesound Transfers TT-3015

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www.phonobase.org/audio/AC-2010/2012_6356.mp3



(c) Marie Rappold and Albert Spalding (1911)
Released on Edison 4 Minute Amberol # 28005

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“Ave Maria” / Marie Rappold and Albert Spalding. | UCSB Cylinder Audio Archive

Reissued in 1912 on Edison Blue Amberol # 28106

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www.cylindermusic.com/bgawebs/ebay/28106h.mp3

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(c) Eugenia Burzio (1911)
Recorded 1911 in Milan
Matrix 11052
Released on Columbia D8076

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(c) Ottilie Metzger (1911)
Recorded October 1911 in Berlin
Released on Parlophon P 1050

http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_M.pdf

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(c) Adolphe Neuri (1913)
Recorded early 1913 in Berlin
Released on Beka B-3536

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(c) Alma Gluck (1913)
Recorded March 8, 1913 in Camden, New Jersey
Released on Victrola 88433

Victor matrix C-12975. Ave Maria / Alma Gluck - Discography of American Historical Recordings

Alma Gluck, Efrem Zimbalist* - Ave Maria (Shellac) at Discogs

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https://oldhollywoodincolor.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/gluck-ave-maria.mp3?_=2



(c) Hedwig Francillo-Kauffmann (1913)
Recorded late 1913 in Berlin
Released on Anker E 9956

http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_F.pdf

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(c) Léon Campagnola (1914)
Recorded January 7, 1914 in Paris
Matrix 02878-v
Released on Gramophone 32307

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http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_C.pdf

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media.slub-dresden.de/fon/snp/a/008020/fon_snp_a_008020_01.mp3



(c) Paula Weber (1919)
Recorded September 16, 1919 in Berlin
Released on Artiphon Record # 608

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http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_W.pdf

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DISMARC - Metastore - Detail view



(c) Felix Silbers (1921)
Recorded March 1921
Released on Vox #6008

6000-A http://www.lotz-verlag.de/Vox6000-6199.htm

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(c) Maria Philippi (1922)
Reorded December 1922
Released on Vox # 2097

02000-A

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DISMARC - Metastore - Detail view



(c) Grete Mancke (1923)
Recorded November 23, 1923 in Berlin
Released on Parlophon P-1586

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http://www.78opera.com/files/ARTIST_M.pdf

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(c) Ninon Vallin (1925)
Accompanied by Yvonne Curty and Lily Laskine on violon and harp.
Recorded October 22, 1925
Matrix 3141X
Released on Pathe 3118.

3118 - 3141.jpg (679×680)

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(c) Rosa Ponselle (1926)
Violin Obligato ; Alexander Schmidt
Recorded May 19, 1926 in New York
Released on Victor 6599 and Victrola 6599

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Victor matrix CVE-35470. Ave Maria / Rosa Ponselle - Discography of American Historical Recordings

Rosa Ponselle - Ave Maria / Elegie (Shellac) at Discogs





(c) Maria Basilides (1928)
Recorded November 7, 1928 in Berlin
Matrix 2-21066
Released on Parlophon P 9474-1

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(c) Lotte Lehmann (1928)
Recorded November 10, 1928
Released on Odeon O-4802

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The Lehmann Recordings

http://discography.phonomuseum.at/odeon/odmxBe00250.pdf

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DISMARC - Metastore - Detail view

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(c) Dajos Bela Trio (1929)
Recorded October 8, 1929 in Berlin
Released on Odeon O-2980

http://discography.phonomuseum.at/odeon/odmxBe00250.pdf

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(c) Nada Kejrova (1930)  (as "Zdravas Maria")
Recorded February 1930 in Prague
Matrix Ze 2246
Released on Odeon A 186758

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(c) Jo Vincent (1930)
Matrix FX 215

Released on Columbia D 17211 (The Netherlands)
And on Columbia 11805 (UK)

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(c) Gracie Fields (1935)
Gracie Fields (vocals) and Herbert Dawson (organ)
Recorded October 25, 1934 in Kingsway Hall, London
Released on HMV C-2705

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Reissued on Regal Zonophone MR 1917

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(c) Beniamino Gigli (1936)
Recorded May 24, 1936 in Berlin
Released on Electrola DA 1488

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78 RPM - Beniamino Gigli - Ave Maria / Agnus Dei - His Master's Voice - UK - D.A.1488

Ave Maria / Agnus Dei by Beniamino Gigli (Single; ; DA 1488): Reviews, Ratings, Credits, Song list - Rate Your Music

Featured in 1936 movie "Ave Maria"  Ave Maria (1936 film) - Wikipedia





(c) Herbert Ernst Groh (1936)
Deutsches Opernhaus Berlin-Charlottenburg (chorus) and the Odeon - Kammer-Orchester
Musical direction Otto Dobrindt.
Recorded June 25, 1936 in Berlin
Released on Odeon O-25789 a and A-241431

http://discography.phonomuseum.at/odeon/odmxBe10000.pdf

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(c) Tino Rossi (1938)
Orchestre: M. Marcel Cariven
From the film "Lumières de Paris"

Tino Rossi - Filmographie

Released on Columbia BF 41

Tino Rossi - Discographie

Encyclopédisque - Disque : Ave Maria / Ave Maria





(c) Deanne Durbin (1938)
From the film "Mad About Music"
Recorded April 5, 1939 in Los Angeles
released on Brunswick 02804

Deanna Durbin With Charles Previn And His Orchestra - Ave Maria at Discogs

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(c) Richard Tauber (1939)
Recorded April 20, 1939, Abbey Road Studios, St. John's Wood, London
Released on Parlophone RO 20452

78 RPM - Richard Tauber - Ave Maria / Largo - Parlophone Odeon Series - UK - R.O. 20452

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Parlophone RO-20452 | richard-tauber.de

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(c) Don Cossack Chorus (Serge Jaroff conductor) (1941)
Recorded March 21, 1941 in USA
Released on Columbia 4278-M

Ave Maria (Аве Мария), church canticle

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www.russian-records.com/data/media/422/CO_30115_Ave_Maria.mp3



(c) Mario Lanza (1951)
In the movie "The Great Caruso".

http://www.mariolanzatenor.com/latin-german-french-spanish-recordings.html






(c) Zarah Leander (1953)
In the movie "Ave Maria" (1953)

Die Filmrollen der Zarah Leander



Before the release of the movie a 78 RPM disc was released to promote the "Ave Maria"

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(c) Rudolf Schock (1955)

45cat - Rudolf Schock - Ave Maria / Agnus Dei - Electrola - Germany - 7 MW 618





(c) Mieke Telkamp (1957)
Recorded at the Grote Kerk in Naarden.

45cat - Mieke Telkamp - Ave Maria / Panis Angelicus - Philips - Netherlands - 317 763 PF

Mieke Telkamp - Ave Maria / Panis Angelicus (Vinyl) at Discogs



(c) Shirley Bassey (1962) (#31 in the UK Charts)

45cat - Shirley Bassey - Ave Maria / You'll Never Walk Alone - Columbia - UK - DB 4816






(c) Barbra Streisand (1966)

45cat - Barbra Streisand - Sleep In Heavenly Peace (Silent Night) / Gounod's Ave Maria - Columbia - USA - 4-43896





(c) David Garrick (1967) (# 28 in the Dutch Charts)

45cat - David Garrick - Ave Maria / Only A Rose - Pye - Netherlands - 7N 35398

David Garrick - Ave Maria / Only A Rose (Vinyl) at Discogs






(c) Procol Harum (1967) (after 2 minutes in the song "Repent Walpurgis")

Procol Harum - Repent Walpurgis

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(c) Robert Long & Unit Gloria (1970) (in a medley with "Silent Night")

45cat - Robert Long - Children Of Peace / Silent Night - Imperial - Netherlands - 5C 006-24264

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http://www.unitgloria.nl/Child.htm



(c) Ekseption (1971)  (# 24 in the Dutch Charts)

45cat - Ekseption - Ave Maria / Body Party - Philips - Netherlands - 6012 150

Ekseption - Ave Maria / Body Party (Vinyl) at Discogs

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(c) Nana Mouskouri (1972)

Nana Mouskouri - Une Voix Qui Vient Du Cœur (Vinyl, LP) at Discogs

LP: Christmas With Nana Mouskouri






(c) Rainbow (1980) (as "Weiss Heim")
In 1980 Ritchie Blackmore's group Rainbow recorded the song "Weiss Heim", which incorporates the "Ave Maria" tune, especially in the dying seconds of the song.
"Weiss Heim" was recorded in Copenhagen in January 1980, was the B-side to "All Night Long".

Rainbow - All Night Long (Vinyl) at Discogs

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(c) Celine Dion (1980's) (Live)

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(c) Maurane (1991) (as "Sur Un Prélude De Bach")

Released in 1991 on the next album

Maurane - Ami Ou Ennemi (CD, Album) at Discogs

Became a hit in France in 1993

Maurane - Sur Un Prélude De Bach (CD) at Discogs

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(c) Lesley Garrett & Amanda Thompson (1993)  (# 16 in the UK Charts)

45cat - Lesley Garrett With Amanda Thompson - Ave Maria / Ave Maria (Instrumental) - Internal Affairs - UK - KGB 012

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(c) Noa (1994)

NOA (Achinoam Nini) - Noa | Noa (Achinoam Nini)

Noa Sings Ave Maria at the Vatican

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(c) Jewel (1999)

Joy: A Holiday Collection - Wikipedia

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