Ave Maria

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  1. trumpetcat72

    trumpetcat72 Pianissimo User

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    Hi

    Does anyone know where i can get the sheet music for Ave Maria By : Giulio Caccinni for trumpet. :-)
     
  2. tedh1951

    tedh1951 Utimate User

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    You could try ................

    Free Caccini Sheet music

    or simply type "sheet music for Ave Maria By : Giulio Caccinni for trumpet" into the Google search bar.
     
  3. trumpetcat72

    trumpetcat72 Pianissimo User

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    Hi ok ill try and thank you
     
  4. mctrumpet98

    mctrumpet98 Pianissimo User

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  5. trumpetcat72

    trumpetcat72 Pianissimo User

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    Hi and thanks so much.
     
  6. BinaryHulledIon

    BinaryHulledIon Piano User

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    Be aware that this piece is public domain. You don't have to pay for it unless you crave some specific arrangement or you agree to pay for a copy.
     
  7. Ed Lee

    Ed Lee Utimate User

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    An arrangement may be copyrighted if it diverges significantly from the original composer who is still credited.
     
  8. trumpetcat72

    trumpetcat72 Pianissimo User

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    Thanks
     
  9. trumpetcat72

    trumpetcat72 Pianissimo User

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    Thank You
     
  10. edfitzvb

    edfitzvb Forte User

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    Speaking of Ave Maria... It was visitor's day at the assisted living facility for the mentally challenged. All the residents were standing in the courtyard
    singing "Ave Maria" and singing it beautifully. Oddly, each of them was holding a red apple
    in one hand and tapping it rhythmically with a pencil.

    A visitor listened in wonderment to the performance and then approached the choir. "I am
    a retired choir director," he said. "This is one of the best choirs I have ever heard."

    "Yes, I'm very proud of them," said the conductor.

    "You should take them on tour," said the visitor. "What are they called?"

    "Surely that's obvious," replied the conductor. "They are the Moron Tap-an-apple Choir."
     
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