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Original

Ave Maria, Op. 52, No. 6, D 839. Franz Schubert. Piano. Sacred , Lied. Solo Soprano.

Translation

Ave Maria, Op. 52, No. 6, D 839. Franz Schubert. Plan. Sacred , Lied. Solo Soprano.

Original

This song is No. 6 of Schubert's Liederzyklus vom Fräulein vom See. Song-cycle from 'The Lady of the Lake'. , composed in 1825. It is listed as Ellens Gesang. III. Hymne an die Jungfrau. Ellen's song, III. Hymn to the Virgin. , and it is often referred to as Elles dritter Gesang. Ellen's third song. The original source is The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832. , in the German translation. published 1819. by Adam Storck. 1780-1822. in 1819. the name Adam Storck is a pseudonym for Philipp Adam. The seven songs that form the song-cycle were published in 1826 as Schubert's Op. 52, with both Storck's German texts and the original English texts by Scott, under the title Sieben Gesange aus Walter Scotts Fräulein vom See. Seven Songs from Walter Scott's Lady of the Lake. Often sung in Latin with an adaptation of the Roman Catholic Ave Maria text, this song is often referred to as "Schubert's Ave Maria ", popular as both a wedding song and a funeral song.

Translation

This song is No. 6 of Schubert's Liederzyklus vom Fräulein vom See. Song-cycle from 'The Lady of the Lake'. , composed in 1825. It is listed as Ellens Gesang. III. Hymne an die Jungfrau. Ellen's song, III. Hymn to the Virgin. , and it is often referred to as Elles dritter Gesang. Ellen's third song. The original source is The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott. 1771-1832. , in the German translation. published 1819. by Adam Storck. 1780-1822. in 1819. the name Adam Storck is a pseudonym for Philipp Adam. The seven songs that form the song-cycle were published in 1826 as Schubert's Op. 52, with both Storck's German texts and the original English texts by Scott, under the title Sieben Gesange aus Walter Scotts Fräulein vom See. Seven Songs from Walter Scott's Lady of the Lake. Often sung in Latin with an adaptation of the Roman Catholic Ave Maria text, this song is often referred to as "Schubert's Ave Maria ", popular as both a wedding song and a funeral song.