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41-48 of 48 videos of music composed by Giovanni Gabrieli

CU Bassoon Studio - Gabrieli Sonata pian e forte
CU Bassoon Studio - Gabrieli Sonata pian e forte Giovanni Gabrieli Sonata pian e forte arranged by William Waterhouse,
Orchestra of the 17th Century: Gabrieli - Canzon noni toni a 12
Orchestra of the 17th Century: Gabrieli - Canzon noni toni a 12 Giovanni Gabrieli - Canzon noni toni a 12 (Excerpt) Orchestra of the 17th Century, Washington DC (period instrument ensemble) Michael Holmes, music director Recording: Made at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC About the performers: 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 Immaculate Conception in Washington DC Contact: musicdirector@uucss.org
Canadian Brass - "Echo" Glory of Gabrieli
Canadian Brass - "Echo" Glory of Gabrieli Echo (Scheidt, arr. Eric Robertson) Recorded at Christ Church Deer Park, Toronto Canada. CD Release date is October 6 Q & A with the top brass of Canadian Brass, Chuck Daellenbach The tuba player and co-founder of Canadian Brass talks about the ensembles new recording, Echo Glory of Gabrieli, made in collaboration with ArkivMusic. Q: Echo Glory of Gabrieli is your newest CD in an incredible discography of over 70 recordings that Canadian Brass has amassed over 40 years. Whats the appeal of Gabrieli for you? Chuck: The concept of recording Gabrieli is ever present amongst brass players we trace our roots to this composer, who is reputed to be the first to suggest instruments per sonare as opposed to toccare [per sonare meaning to be sounded, which suggests brass-style instruments, and toccare meaning tap or pluck, which suggests strings]. In the CD notes, Joe Szurly suggests that it was also a feature of expediency to use brass instruments in Gabrielis church since one horn can produce the volume of sound that several singers would. Q: Gabrieli was an organist at the famous Saint Marks Basilica in Venice, back at the turn of the 17th century. How did your Toronto location factor into the recording of this disc? Chuck: We chose our church and organ carefully for this project. The Christ Church Deer Park Church is resonant but not huge, and the organ is a period organ (not old itself, but built in the old style), authentic to the point of non-mechanized stops. The blend ...
Giovanni Gabrieli - The YouTube Symphony Orchestra
Giovanni Gabrieli - The YouTube Symphony Orchestra www.youtube.com/symphony Giovanni Gabrieli - Canzon Septimi toni No. 2 as performed by the YouTube Symphony Orchestra @ Carnegie Hall on April 15, 2009.Selected by the YouTube community and several members of the world's most renowned orchestras, the YouTube Symphony Orchestra is made up of over 96 professional and amateur musicians from 30+ countries and territories on six continents and represents 26 different instruments.
O Magnum mysterium - Giovanni Gabrieli (1557 - 1612) Latin text with
O Magnum mysterium - Giovanni Gabrieli (1557 - 1612) Latin text with Gabrieli's O magnum mysterium consistently and classically counterpoises two contrasting vocal choirs while maintaining its elegant proportions. Gabrieli divides his text, which celebrates the lowliness of Christ's birth on Christmas, into three unequal parts; each receives a musical section of roughly equal length. The opening phrase, "O great mystery," is sung three times: once by the first choir, once by the slightly lower second choir, and a third time in climactic full polyphony. The second phrase of text, which explains that the great mystery and "wondrous sacrament" allowed mere animals to see the birth of the Saviour, takes the same tripartite structure, with a temporal broadening into triple rhythmic groups. The composer packs the most text into the third section, which extols the manger and the blessed Virgin; twice Gabrieli cycles the contrasted vocal choirs, once aspirantly starting with the lower ensemble and rising to the heights. The choral antiphony becomes thus not only a vehicle for grand effect, but also serves to articulate the very structure of the text and to embody its sense. The radiant conclusion of his motet comes in a fourth section, an extended jubilant "alleluia." A series of syncopated, triple-meter antiphonal statements gradually gives way to a broad, eight-voiced tutti. Whether the two choirs braved the logistical challenges of physical separation or merely sang in proximate alternation, the effect added great luster to the Venetian liturgy.
Canzon Septimi toni No. 2 - The YouTube Symphony Orchestra
Canzon Septimi toni No. 2 - The YouTube Symphony Orchestra Giovanni Gabrieli's Canzon Septimi toni No. 2, performed by the YouTube Symphony Orchestra @ Carnegie Hall on April 15, 2009. Selected by the YouTube community and several members of the world's most renowned orchestras, the YouTube Symphony Orchestra is made up of over 96 professional and amateur musicians from 30+ countries and territories on six continents and represents 26 different instruments.
Giovanni Gabrieli - Jubilate Deo
Giovanni Gabrieli - Jubilate Deo The Cologne Cathedral Boys' Choir performs "Jubilate Deo" of Monteverdi. conductor: Prof. Eberhard Metternich PLEASE NOTICE: This is a private recording with a normal camcorder, so please don't blame about the video quality :) www.koelnerdomchor.de
CU Bassoon Studio - Gabrieli Piano Sonata
CU Bassoon Studio - Gabrieli Piano Sonata Giovanni Gabrieli Sonata pian e forte arranged by William Waterhouse,
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