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Looking for SSAA Mozart Ave Maria, K.554

Hi all and Happy Thanksgiving time - I am looking for a copy of Mozart's Ave Maria in SSAA voicing, K. 554 for my treble boys choir.  JW Pepper says they need a publisher, as they can not find the music for this classic.  I KNOW it has to be out there - so . . . help?!  Does anyone have a copy of this and if so, what is the publisher?
 
Many thanks as always for your collective help and advice!  Enjoy your holiday!
 
Bill Adams
Fort Bend Boys Choir
Replies (8): Threaded | Chronological
on November 23, 2011 8:38am
I am certain that I performed one of these. Seems like an old Schirmer ed, thus Hal Leonord. Did you search the pepper site rather than talk to a rep? Try University Music Service. They have an actual choral musician.
S
on November 23, 2011 9:22am
Bill:  If all else fails, are you anywhere near a good university library that might have either the old or the new Mozart Collected Works?  (The old may be in original clefs, but you could certainly copy it out and fix that, making your own edition.)  When I was in grad school and started teaching at Indiana we lived out of those collected editions and Denkmäler collections, even the awful old Malipiero Monteverdi edition.
 
All the best,
John
on November 23, 2011 9:29am
CPDL comes to the rescue again:
 
Also see:
Petrucci Music Library (also called IMSLP) is a similar site to CPDL. They're primarily focused on orchestral music, but for big-name composers like Mozart they have choral works as well.
on November 24, 2011 6:40am
All - Thanksgiving Day [here in Texas] at 8:30 am and the house smells of stuffing and pecan pie!  Wanted you to know that this work is published by GIA #G6602, ed. by Tortolano for $1.60!  Thanks to a ChoralNet friend to responded with this information - and all of you in my quest to find this piece . . . ESPECIALLY you Allen where I also found the sheet music!
 
Blessings, peace and rest!
 
Bill
on November 25, 2011 4:53am
Dear all,
 
the "Neue Mozart Ausgabe" is online at: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=
 
That includes all of Mozart original works, even his re-instrumentation of "Messiah", but evidently no piano reductions etc..
The advantage over cpdl / imspl is, that the editions are always of a high standard.
 
You will also find the Ave Maria there.
 
All the best,
Jan
on November 26, 2011 9:23am
Conversely, to enter the site you have to click a box saying you're only going to use the music for "personal use" (although their mission states it's for scientific and "pedagogical" uses as well). So, the disadvantage of the NMA site is that it comes with strings attached, unlike CPDL. 
on November 26, 2011 7:33am
Dear Bill,  I believe this is a canon that can be found in some canon books.  I know I have it, so I will send it eventually.  How soon do you want it?  I am not home for several weeks, but my husband may be able to locate it.   Jura
on November 27, 2011 6:03am
Many thanks for your offer of help, Jura . . . but I have found it!  See the above for how and where to order this, if you are interested.
 
Once again, this amazing group has come through!
 
Bill
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