Ave Maria (Vavilov)

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"Ave Maria" is a much-recorded aria, composed by Vladimir Vavilov around 1970. Vavilov himself published and recorded it in 1970 on the Melodiya label with the ascription "Anonymous". It is believed that organist Mark Shakhin, one of the performers on the "Melodiya" LP, first ascribed the work to Giulio Caccini after Vavilov's death, and gave the "newly-discovered scores" to other musicians. The organist Oleg Yanchenko then made an arrangement of the aria for a recording by Irina Arkhipova in 1987, after which the piece came to be famous worldwide.[1][2][3] It bears a resemblance to Jerome Kern's 1939 "All the Things You Are".

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  1. ^ Сергей Севостьянов, "Страницы жизни Владимира Федоровича Вавилова". Журнал «Нева» № 9 (2005).
  2. ^ "Вавилов Владимир Фёдорович" Иллюстрированный биографический энциклопедический словарь.
  3. ^ Гейзель Зеев, "История одной Песни" (15 февраля 2005)