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Lyrics of Ave Maria Gracia Plena
ave maria, gracia plena
maria gracia plena -2
ave, ave dominus
benedicta tu in mulieribus
et benedictus fructus ventris
ventris tui, jesus
Comments for lyrics of song "Ave Maria Gracia Plena"
jewelmarkess on Saturday, May 04, 2013 Silly me, and I thought that the Latin Ave Maria prayer starts with "Ave
Maria, gratia plena" or in English "Ave Maria full of grace" and not "Ave
Maria, Maiden mild." The former are words from Latin Ave Maria prayer,
the latter are words from a literary work. In literary works, characters
often pray, catholic characters like a girl in 16th century Scottland pray
to Mary, while characters in Greek tragedies pray to Greek gods. Do you
think all such pieces should provoke religious discussions?
jewelmarkess on Monday, June 24, 2013 This is Barbara Bonney. Comes from this one or a similar CD:
/watch?v=OXXoBsLO9Iw You can compare the voice. It has nothing to do with
range - this is also a soprano. Maria Callas has never recorded anything by
Schubert though or anything in German (she even recorded Wagner in
Italian). In fact, I don't believe Callas recorded any art songs at all,
only operas and opera arias. BTW - Callas was a dramatic coloratura
soprano; Barbara Bonney here is a light lyric soprano, but both are
17bdawg on Monday, April 04, 2011 @tantawi1992 what part of my statement is hypocritical? calling a beautiful piece of music beautiful, despite the fact it was made for a certain religious group? i understand the meaning of the song to the catholic church, but your putting the religious relation in front of the literal relation. you are calling it a prayer to Mary, in front of a beautiful song, which i find supports my arguments in my previous comment
you can argue all you want, but religion wont help
reality, actually exists
Fersomling on Saturday, December 15, 2012 I sure am glad that I'm Catholic! I got Jesus, the Father, and the Holy Ghost, plus all the angels and saints, and the brethren here below praying for me. I get to receive Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, His Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity! I am so thankful that the Holy Ghost penetrated my invincible ignorance about the Church!
All praise, thanks, adoration, and glory to Him Who is!
May all God's children open their hearts to Him! Infinite Love! Endless Goodness! Unending Joy! Giver of Life!
caminante2099 on Saturday, March 05, 2011 para todos,una reflexion:que Dios bendiga cada paso y cada obra que relaizes en estavida ,que la gracia divina de la virgen maria te permita salir adelante en todas las cosas que lleves a cabo,en lopersonal;solopido resignacion y paz ;resignacion para aceptar el destino que Dios tiene para mi,y paz para saber llevar la vida con dignidad,bendice seÃ±or a todos aquellos que de unau otra manera me han enseÃ±ado algo en esta vida,y sobre todo;bendicela a ella;Guadalupe Aurora Paulino Castillo
lincsposter on Monday, February 07, 2011 @jewelmarkess "OK 1st This is NOT Maria Callas!! OK ITS NOT! " Rendition is one thing! Why do we not see the singer? Barbara may be a great singer, I am not disputing that, but to post such a classic piece of music I was expecting more than a piano as accompaniament. I am told there are pictures of Brazil? My eyesight is fading so vision is not my best point with is why I like music. Your comment about what I know or do not know makes you sound silly! Please do not judge me by my typing!
jewelmarkess on Thursday, December 20, 2012 So am I and I agree with you 100%. The funny thing is that this song is as religious as a prayer of any character of a play or a poem. It is Ellens dritter Gesang (Ellen's third song) - a prayer of a character in Lady of the Lake by Walter Scott for her an her father's safety yet it seems to create more arguments than purely religious music like say Bach-Gounod Ave Maria. But regardless, this is a beautiful song and the words of Walter Scott are beautiful too regardless of one's beliefs.
jewelmarkess on Friday, December 21, 2012 Hm no... The actual translation is "Ave Maria! maiden mild!
Listen to a maiden's prayer!
Thou canst hear though from the wild;
Thou canst save amid despair.
Safe may we sleep beneath thy care,
Though banish'd, outcast and reviled --
Maiden! hear a maiden's prayer;
Mother, hear a suppliant child!
Ave Maria .. "
From "Lady of the Lake" by Sir Walter Scott. Schubert wrote a cycle of songs to words of this poem. One of the songs is Ellens dritter Gesang (Ellen's third song) - this song.
jewelmarkess on Wednesday, October 02, 2013 True. I just view religious art of any religion as depicting a story that
may or may not have some symbolic meaning. Like during the Soviet Union the
guides in Hermitage viewed paintings of Madonna with child as symbols of
motherhood and sacrifice. Incidentally, this is "Ellens dritter Gesang" or
Ellen's third song from a cycle of songs to Walter Scott poem "Lady of the
Lake" translated into German so it's about as religious as a prayer of any
character in a work of literature.
jewelmarkess on Friday, May 03, 2013 This song is part of a cycle of songs called "Liederzyklus vom Fräulein vom
See " or "Cycle of song from Lady of the Lake" i.e. from poem "Lady of the
Lake" by Walter Scott translated into German from English by Storck. The
song real title is Ellens dritter Gesang (Ellen's third song). Yes, it's a
prayer, but it's a prayer of a character in a poem, a lady in 16th century
Scottland who prays for her and her father's safety. It's as religious as
any prayer in a play or novel.