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31-40 of 48 videos of music composed by Giovanni Gabrieli

Jubilate Deo - Balanced Voices - Giovanni Gabrieli
Jubilate Deo - Balanced Voices - Giovanni Gabrieli All parts recorded by Matthew Curtis Visit www.choraltracks.com to download audio/video, free scores, and view lots of other free content! MATTHEW CURTIS, tenor, is excited to be in his third year with Grammy award-winning CHANTICLEER. Matthew is also Chanticleer's ASSISTANT MUSIC DIRECTOR. He also sang with the internationally acclaimed Rose Ensemble in 2009 and the Santa Fe Desert Chorale for one summer in 2009. Matthew began singing choral music at age 7 with the La Crosse Boychoir and sang with the Cathedral of St. Joseph the Workman Gallery Singers for 9 years beginning in 1999. A Wisconsin native, he received his bachelor's degree in Vocal Performance and Music Education as a Liberace Scholar from Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wisconsin in 2008. He continued studying for a year in the graduate school at the University of Minnesota focusing on opera. Matthew's solo performances include light, lyric tenor roles. Matthew played the role of Steva in Janacek's Jenufa and the role of Male Chorus in Benjamin Britten's The Rape of Lucretia at the University of Minnesota. Viterbo University roles included Tamino (Die Zauberflöte), Monsieur Vogelsang (Der Schauspieldirektor), and Policeman Chorus (Pirates of Penzance). Past oratorio performances include Messiah and The Creation. Matthew has won numerous awards in his young career. He recently received an Encouragement Award at the 2007 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions in the Iowa district. In his seven years ...
Heroica Brass plays Gabrieli
Heroica Brass plays Gabrieli Canzon Primi Toni from Giovanni Gabrieli (in an arrangement we've made for our sextet). The sound is from the camera only. There will be better quality recording made with studio mics, but its still not mixed with the video. This was a recording session playing in Cartagena de Indias. But there was too much noise from the street on the recordings.
Orchestra of the 17th Century, Washington DC
Orchestra of the 17th Century, Washington DC Orchestra of the 17th Century, Washington DC (Period instrument ensemble) Michael Holmes, music director with the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble and voices of Carmina, Vera Kochanowsky, dir. This clip was salvaged from raw footage filmed during a recording session done in the summer of 2001. Music from Sacrae Symphoniae (1615) by Giovanni Gabrieli and Psalmen Davids (1619) by Heinrich Schütz The Orchestra of the 17th Century ("O17"), directed by its founder Michael Holmes, is dedicated to the exploration and promotion of music from the century that saw the birth of the modern notion of the "orchestra." Since there was no standardized orchestra for most of the 17th century, each performance by O17 is a unique experience in instrumental color. Its audiences hear groups that feature a variety of wind instruments such as cornetts, sackbuts, curtals, shawms, and recorders, as well as performances that feature the more familiar large string group with continuo. O17 is now in its eighth season of its existence and still striving to produce more unique and fascinating programs otherwise difficult to produce due to the specialized use of period instruments. One of the subsets of O17 is the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble, North America's premiere ensemble of its kind. Another subset is the Ensemble Stylus Luxurians. O17 released its first CD recording of Roman and Venetian music in the Fall of 2004, in collaboration with the Choir of the National Shrine of the ...
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli - Sanctus
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli - Sanctus Giovanni Gabrieli (1554/7-1612) - Sanctus from Mass (Sacrae symphoniae, 1615) Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble (Period instrument group) Michael Holmes, director with voices of Carmina, Vera Kochanowsky, dir. Latin text: Sanctus, Sanctus, Sanctus, Dominus Deus Sabaoth. Pleni sunt coeli et terra gloria tua. Osanna in excelsis. Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis. English translation: Holy, holy, holy Lord God of Hosts. Heaven and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest. About the group: Fast becoming the premiere ensemble of its kind in North America, the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble, directed by Michael Holmes, consists of early brass specialists from the Washington DC, Philadelphia, and New York City areas. The WCSE's membership has modified and grown considerably since its inception in 1997. It has performed extensively and has been in high demand all along the east coast USA, collaborating in adventuresome programs with prominent period ensembles such as Lumen Valo (Finland), New Trinity Baroque (Atlanta), Sacra Fuma (Princeton), the Orchestra of the 17th Century (DC), the Washington Bach Consort (DC), Carmina (DC), Cantate Chamber Singers (DC), the Washington Kantorei (DC), and Zephyrus (Charlottesville). Its repertoire has been vast, exploring almost every possible style and region, including music from Germany, Italy, Poland, Bohemia ...
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli Sonata 18
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli Sonata 18 Giovanni Gabrieli (1554/7-1612) - Sonata 18 a 14 (1615) Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble with members of the Orchestra of the 17th Century, Washington DC (Period instrument ensembles) Michael Holmes, music director Recording: Summer, 2001 at St. Mark's Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill, Washington DC About the group: Fast becoming the premiere ensemble of its kind in North America, the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble, directed by Michael Holmes, consists of early brass specialists from the Washington DC, Philadelphia, and New York City areas. The WCSE's membership has modified and grown considerably since its inception in 1997. It has performed extensively and has been in high demand all along the east coast USA, collaborating in adventuresome programs with prominent period ensembles such as Lumen Valo (Finland), New Trinity Baroque (Atlanta), Sacra Fuma (Princeton), the Orchestra of the 17th Century (DC), the Washington Bach Consort (DC), Carmina (DC), Cantate Chamber Singers (DC), the Washington Kantorei (DC), and Zephyrus (Charlottesville). Its repertoire has been vast, exploring almost every possible style and region, including music from Germany, Italy, Poland, Bohemia, Moravia, Scandinavia, Spain, England and the New World. In the summer of 2001, WCSE produced its first recording of music by Gabrieli and Schütz. In August 2003, WCSE was invited to be the featured ensemble at the Historic Brass Society Festival at Yale University (New Haven, CT), and ...
Canzon Septimi Toni Nr. 2 by Giovanni Gabrieli
Canzon Septimi Toni Nr. 2 by Giovanni Gabrieli Concert played by the brass section of the "Gustav Mahler Akademie"!! Myself played for the GustavMahlerAcademy two years ago but unfortunately I have no video or record!! Hope you enjoy this one!!!!
Gabrieli, Canzon per sonare no. 2, brass choir, bar-graph score
Gabrieli, Canzon per sonare no. 2, brass choir, bar-graph score Canzon per sonare no. 2 by Giovanni Gabrieli, accompanied by an animated score. FAQ Q: Where can I get the sheet music for this? A: I got the copy I used for this video here: icking-music-archive.org and here's a version for piano solo: www.musanim.com Q: Who is performing? A: Nobody; this is a synthetic performance, produced by the notation program Sibelius. Q: I like your other style of display better. A: I've posted two versions of this video, balls www.youtube.com and bar-graph www.youtube.com Q: Is there a way I could make animated scores like thismyself? A: The Music Animation Machine MIDI file player will generate sort kind of display; you can get the (Windows freeware) software here: www.musanim.com There are lots of places on the web where you can get MIDI files; I usually go to the Classical Archives site first: www.classicalarchives.com Q: Could you please do a MAM video of ______? A: Read this page: www.musanim.com Q: Please tell me more about the composer. A: You can read about Giovanni Gabrieli here: en.wikipedia.org .
Giovanni Gabrieli: Jam non dicam vos servos
Giovanni Gabrieli: Jam non dicam vos servos Aarhus Baroque Choir singing at a concert in March 2008. Motet for double choir SSAB-SSAB Jam non dicam vos servos, sed amicos meos, quia servus nescit, quid faciat Dominus ejus. Alleluia. Vos autem dixit amicos quia omnia quaecumque audivi a patre meo, nota feci vobis. Alleluia.
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli - Canzon duodecim
Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble: Gabrieli - Canzon duodecim Giovanni Gabrieli (1554/7-1612) - Canzon in eco duodecimi toni Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble (Period instrument group) Michael Holmes, director Recorded at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC About the group: Fast becoming the premiere ensemble of its kind in North America, the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble, directed by Michael Holmes, consists of early brass specialists from the Washington DC, Philadelphia, and New York City areas. The WCSE's membership has modified and grown considerably since its inception in 1997. It has performed extensively and has been in high demand all along the east coast USA, collaborating in adventuresome programs with prominent period ensembles such as Lumen Valo (Finland), New Trinity Baroque (Atlanta), Sacra Fuma (Princeton), the Orchestra of the 17th Century (DC), the Washington Bach Consort (DC), Carmina (DC), Cantate Chamber Singers (DC), the Washington Kantorei (DC), and Zephyrus (Charlottesville). Its repertoire has been vast, exploring almost every possible style and region, including music from Germany, Italy, Poland, Bohemia, Moravia, Scandinavia, Spain, England and the New World. In the summer of 2001, WCSE produced its first recording of music by Gabrieli and Schütz. In August 2003, WCSE was invited to be the featured ensemble at the Historic Brass Society Festival at Yale University (New Haven, CT), and were invited to return for the next annual festival ...
Gabrieli, Canzon per sonare no. 2, brass choir, animated score
Gabrieli, Canzon per sonare no. 2, brass choir, animated score Canzon per sonare no. 2 by Giovanni Gabrieli, accompanied by an animated score.FAQ Q: Where can I get the sheet music for this? A: I got the copy I used for this video here: icking-music-archive.org and here's a version for piano solo: www.musanim.com Q: Who is performing? A: Nobody; this is a synthetic performance, produced by the notation program Sibelius. Q: I like your other style of display better. A: I've posted two versions of this video, balls www.youtube.com and bar-graph www.youtube.com Q: Is there a way I could make animated scores like this myself? A: The Music Animation Machine MIDI file player will generate sort kind of display; you can get the (Windows freeware) software here: www.musanim.com There are lots of places on the web where you can get MIDI files; I usually go to the Classical Archives site first: www.classicalarchives.com Q: Could you please do a MAM video of ______? A: Read this page: www.musanim.com Q: Please tell me more about the composer. A: You can read about Giovanni Gabrieli here: en.wikipedia.org .
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