A Playlist for the Blessed Virgin Mary


In addition to the Marian CDs I just shared, our family spent a good bit of time listening to some wonderful Marian music to celebrate today’s Solemnity of the Assumption.  Here are some of our favorite Marian tunes, which are perfect for any Marian celebration during Ordinary Time:

  1. Antiphon “Nonne cor” with the Magnificat – Voices: Chant from Avignon
  2. Apostolorum Contio – Benedictines of Mary
  3. Assumpta Est – Benedictines of Mary
  4. Ave Maria (traditional; many versions are available)
  5. Ave Maria De Allegria – Fr. Stan Fortuna, CFR
  6. Ave Maria Thou Virgin and Mother – Benedictines of Mary
  7. Ave Maria Stellis (traditional)
  8. Daily, Daily Sing to Mary – Benedictines of Mary
  9. Graduale: Benedicta Es (Gregorian Chant for the Immaculate Conception)
  10. Great Things – Matt Maher
  11. Haily, Holy Queen (traditional)
  12. Hail Mary, Gentle Woman (traditional)
  13. Hail Holy Queen Enthroned Above (traditional)
  14. Hail, Queen of Heaven – GIA
  15. Immaculata Reprisa Surprisa – Fr. Stan Fortuna, CFR
  16. Immaculate Mary (traditional)
  17. Introitus: Gaudens Gaudebo (Gregorian Chant for the Immaculate Conception)
  18. Magnificat (various versions)
  19. Maria Trinitatis – Benedictines of Mary
  20. Mary Immaculate, Star of the Morning (traditional)
  21. Mary Joy of All Who Sorrow – Cat. Chat
  22. Mary the Dawn – GIA
  23. Mary Watched and Prayed – OCP
  24. Mother Mary – Diogenes Ruiz
  25. O Quam Glorifica (traditional)
  26. O Sanctissima (traditional)
  27. On This Day, O Beautiful Mother – GIA
  28. Queen of Priests and Mother – Benedictines of Mary
  29. Queen of the Holy Rosary – Benedictines of Mary
  30. Salve Regina (traditional)
  31. Serdeczna Matko – GIA
  32. Sing of Mary, Pure and Lowly (traditional)
  33. The Joys of Mary – GIA
  34. Thou Art the Star of Morning – Benedictines of Mary
  35. Tota Pulchra Es (traditional)
  36. Virgin Wholly Marvelous – Benedictines of Mary
  37. Virgo Dei Genitrix – Benedictines of Mary

Of course, there are also seasonal antiphons for the Blessed Virgin Mary, but we only listen to those during the appropriate liturgical season.

Anyway, thanks for stopping by, and may Our Lady pray for us!