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Ave Maris Stella

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Norwegian composer, Edvard Grieg (1843-1907), was a prolific and successful composer but wrote comparatively few choral works. Known the world over for his Piano Concerto in A minor and his incidental music to Ibsen's 'Peer Gynt', Grieg's music is immediately accessible and full of wonderful Nordic melody and influences.

Ave Maris Stella, set to an early Medieval text, is a work of beauty and atmosphere. An evocative and memorable melodic line is underpinned by a harmonic palette which should appeal to singers and audiences alike. Although in four parts, there are some effective part divisions which help to create wonderful textures and timbres in a relatively short time span. There are few challenges here for any choir and this would also work well with eight soloists.

Difficulty: Medium
4 pages / A4 format / Paperback
Duration: c.2 minutes

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Cat No. RM085
Supplier Code RM085
Price £1.50
ComposerEdvard Grieg
WordsEarly Medieval
CategoryChoral (mixed Voices)
PublisherRecital Music
ISMN 979-0-57045-085-5
EAN-13 9790570450855
Weight 14 grams
Published 7th February 2011
Availability 73 in stock