Franz Xaver Biebl (1906-2001) was a German composer who predominantly wrote for choirs. Ave Maria is his best known work, a setting of portions of two traditional melodies. The arrangement is a straight transcription with the seven voices divided into three and four, with parts 4-7 providing the choral accompaniment and 1-3 slightly more soloistic lines.
While the rest of the voices are easy, the high parts (1 and 4) are of medium difficulty, due to the extended playing the high range. Beginner’s stamina is most likely not enough to get through all the three verses (that however don’t necessarily all have to be played).