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Ave Mara
Charles-Franois Gounod (IPA: [uno]; 17 June 1818 18 October
1893) was a French composer, best known for his Ave Maria as well as his
operas Faust and Romo et Juliette.
Gounod was born in Paris, the son of a pianist mother and a draftsman
father. His mother was his first piano teacher. Under her tutelage, Gounod
first showed his musical talents.
Fanny Mendelssohn introduced the keyboard music of J.S. Bach to
Gounod, who came to idolize Bach tremendously. For him, The WellTempered Clavier was "the law to pianoforte study ... the unquestioned
textbook of musical composition".
Later in his life, Gounod returned to his early religious impulses, writing
much religious music. His earlier work included an improvisation of a
melody over the C major Prelude (BWV 846) from The Well-Tempered
Clavier, to which in 1859 Gounod set the words of Ave Maria, resulting in
his composition Ave Maria, a setting that became world-famous. He also
wrote Inno e Marcia Pontificale, now the official national anthem of the
Vatican City. A spiritual man and devout Catholic, Gounod's piano had a
music-rack in which was carved an image of the face of Jesus.