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11-20 of 48 videos of music composed by Giovanni Gabrieli

Canzona Per Sonare No.1 - La Spiritata
Canzona Per Sonare No.1 - La Spiritata The Ardmore Brass Quintet - Canzona Per Sonare #1 - La Spiritata; Giovanni Gabrieli Steve Sutton - Trumpet Josh Tillman - Trumpet Seth Frack - Trombone Sean Devlin - Trombone Brent Harvey - Tuba
Gwendolyn Toth plays Giovanni Gabrieli in Zeerijp
Gwendolyn Toth plays Giovanni Gabrieli in Zeerijp Gwendolyn Toth plays a Giovanni Gabrieli Canzona on the Faber organ (1651) in the Jakobuskerk, Zeerijp, The Netherlands in a recital on 17 July 2011.
Hrast_Gabrielli_Jubilate_Deo.avi
Hrast_Gabrielli_Jubilate_Deo.avi 21. tekmovanje slovenskih zborov Naša pesem 2010. Mešani pevski zbor Hrast - Doberdob, Italija. Zborovodja: Hilarij Lavrenčič. SREBRNA PLAKETA, 88,7 točk. Giovanni Gabrielli (1557-1612): JUBILATE DEO (Ps 99).
Canzona Gabrielli
Canzona Gabrielli Federation of Guitar Societies AGM 28th June 2009 hosted by Enfield Classical Guitar Society. 45 Guitars conducted by Cornelius Bruinsma, a member of the Rodrigo Guitar Trio.
PRISM BRASS ENSEMBLE Canzona Per Sonare No. 1 Gabrieli
PRISM BRASS ENSEMBLE Canzona Per Sonare No. 1 Gabrieli Prism Brass Ensemble performs G. Gabrieli's Canzona per Sonare No. 1, La Spiritata www.brasshouston.com Trumpets Zeb Upton, Greg Haro Trombone: Karen Marston, Euphonium: Mike Selover
Sonata Pian' e Forte (Giovanni Gabrieli)
Sonata Pian' e Forte (Giovanni Gabrieli) Concert projecte final carrera (ESMuC. Abril de 2010.) Primera obra del concert: Renaixement (1597) Trompetes: Carles Raya, Gabriel Prieto, Ramon Figueras Trompa: Jordi Guasp Trombons: Marc Sanchez, Jordi Montasell, Eduard Prats Tuba: Alberto Vázquez
Gabrieli: Canzon Primi Toni à 8 for 8 low recorders
Gabrieli: Canzon Primi Toni à 8 for 8 low recorders Catalogue title is Ch. 170, from Sacrae Symphoniae of 1597. This piece is separated into two choirs of instruments that participate on relatively equal footing, each having the opportunity to lead and to follow. The distribution of parts comprises a fairly standard SATB for both choirs. The piece is arranged like this: Choir I: left of screen, standing left to right Tenor Recorder Bass Recorder Great Bass Recorder Subbass Recorder Choir II: right of screen, standing left to right Tenor Recorder Bass Recorder Great Bass Recorder Subbass Recorder Higher Quality MP3: jnote.org More classical multitracks: www.youtube.com
Giovanni Gabrieli (1553 / 1556 - 1612) - Sonata for 3 violins
Giovanni Gabrieli (1553 / 1556 - 1612) - Sonata for 3 violins Violini: Zohar Alon, Ofir Sner, Hila Lifshitz, Violincello: Talia Erdal Archiliuto: Alon Sariel The Israeli Early Music Project The IEMP was founded in 2006 by a group of early music students of the Jerusalem Academy of Music, in order to promote the historical performance of early music (c. 1850 and before) on period instruments by presenting its' programs to a wide and diverse audience both in Israel and abroad. The ensemble modulates by the program needs and from time to time also offers an interactive program for children of disadvantaged backgrounds as well as a series of concerts all over the country. The ensemble has won twice in a row (2007-2008) the Academy's chamber music competition, has performed in many of Israel's most important halls and festivals as well as concerts in Belgium, Germany and the UK. It's recordings can be heard on Kol Hamusika - the Israeli classical radio station. As most of the members are studying in central universities and conservatories in Europe, they still meets in Israel for 2-4 programs per year with an intensive rehearsal period followed by a concert tour.
Giovanni Gabrieli Ricercare
Giovanni Gabrieli Ricercare Paolo Springhetti interpreted at the Torri organ of San Michele Church of Milan (Italy) the Ricercare by Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612). Paolo Springhetti interpretiert an der Torri Orgel der San Michele Kirche von Mailand (Italien) das Ricercare von Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612).
(Pt 2) Music by Gabrieli - New Holland Chamber Brass [HD] - Music Sh
(Pt 2) Music by Gabrieli - New Holland Chamber Brass [HD] - Music Sh Some of the most memorable music for brass was written by Renaissance composer Giovanni Gabrieli, and this new ensemble from Sydney (formed for a Sydney Chamber Choir concert) played some of it and talked about how they got 'surround sound' back in the 16th century. In this video, the chamber performs Canzona per sonore No. 4 by Giovanni Gabrieli. Musicians: David Cervi, trumpet Nigel Crocker, bass trombone Andrew Evans, trumpet Will Farmer, trombone Matt Harrison, trombone Bruce Hellmers, trumpet Roslyn Jorgensen, trombone Justin Lingard, trumpet Roland Peelman was the conductor, and Natalie Shea, who sings with the Sydney Chamber Choir, also spoke. www.abc.net.au
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