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21-30 of 48 videos of music composed by Giovanni Gabrieli

Giovanni Gabrieli - Canzon quarta
Giovanni Gabrieli - Canzon quarta The top 2 parts played on my Wilson cornettino and McCann straight cornett.
Giovanni Gabrieli Ricercare
Giovanni Gabrieli Ricercare Paolo Springhetti intrepretiert at the Torri organ of the San Michele church to Milan the Ricercare of Giovanni Gabrieli
Giovanni Gabrieli Ricercare
Giovanni Gabrieli Ricercare Paolo Springhetti interpreted at the Torri organ of San Michele Church of Milan (Italy) the Ricercar by Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612). Paolo Springhetti interpretiert an der Torri Orgel der San Michele Kirche von Mailand (Italien) das Ricercar von Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612). (altro)
Gabrieli - Canzon Duodecimi toni a 10
Gabrieli - Canzon Duodecimi toni a 10 Giovanni Gabrieli (1557 - 1612)
G.Gabrieli : Jubilate Deo
G.Gabrieli : Jubilate Deo Giovanni Gabrieli(1555/57-1612) : Jubilate Deo , da Sacrae Symphoniae Solisti, Coro Gulbenkian; Solisti Orchestra da Camera di Losanna, Michel Corboz (da LP)
(Pt 1) Music by Gabrieli - New Holland Chamber Brass [HD] - Music Sh
(Pt 1) 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 Sonata XIII 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
Gabrieli: Canzon Primi Toni à 10 for 10 recorders
Gabrieli: Canzon Primi Toni à 10 for 10 recorders Catalogue title: Canzon Primi Toni à 10, Ch.176. This work doesn't include the normal polychoral texture of many of Giovanni Gabrieli's other instrumental Canzoni from his Sacrae symphoniae of 1597. It has 6 equal solo parts and a small ripieno group of 4 that are juxtaposed throughout the work. Instrumentation is as follows: Solo 1 - 4: tenor recorder Solo 5 - 6: bass recorder Ripieno 1: bass recorder Ripieno 2: C-bass recorder Ripieno 3,4: subbass recorder in F The video shows Solo parts 1 through 5 and Ripieno parts 1 through 4. Higher quality mp3: jnote.org More classical multitracks: www.youtube.com
Giovanni Gabrieli in Iceland
Giovanni Gabrieli in Iceland Recital of 16th Century Italian composer Giovanni Gabrieli in Reykjavík´s Kaffi Hljómalind, a vegetarian/vegan, 'fairtrade' and organic cooperative café in downtown Reykjavík, Iceland (Laugaveger 21). www.kaffihljomalind
Giovanni Gabrieli's Canzon No. 8, for 8 parts
Giovanni Gabrieli's Canzon No. 8, for 8 parts Giovanni Gabrieli's magnificent works for two or more "choirs" of brass instruments playing in dialogue are perennial favorites of brass ensembles--modern symphonic brass players as well as early instrument specialists.
Giovanni Gabrieli: Gloria (12 parts)
Giovanni Gabrieli: Gloria (12 parts) Giovanni Gabrieli: Gloria (12 parts) E. Power Biggs, The Gregg Smith Singers, The Texas Boys Choir of Fort Worth, The Edward Tarr Brass Ensemble, Vittorio Negri conducting
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