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Composer: Gabrieli, Andrea (1532-1585)

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Year of birth1532
Year of death1585
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BarcelonaNavidad con Bach: Komm, Jesu, komm

© Igor Studio
Bach, Gabrieli, Hassler, Bertolusi
Raphaël Pichon; Ensemble Pygmalion

EsherVoices Across the Mountains

Handl, de Lassus, Croce, Willaert, Gabrieli, Brumel
Unknown; Ripieno Choir; Jonathan Holmes

HamburgIsabelle Demers, Orgel

Bach, Gabrieli, Wagner, Guillou, Albinoni, Stravinsky
Isabelle Demers, Organ
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Exultate Singers celebrate the splendours of Venice

Exultate Singers © Louise Broom
The Exultate choir played alongside His Majesties Sagbutts for an evening of music from St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice, some of which hadn't been heard for over 400 years.
***11
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Chanticleer in Dublin

Chanticleer © Lisa Kohler
From madrigals to modern music Chanticleer impressed with sumptuous singing in all the genres, in their National Concert Hall recital in Dublin.
*****
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The siren's call: Chanticleer inaugurates new space at Cleveland Museum of Art

Chanticleer  ©  Lisa Kohler
As part of the official opening of the new Ames Family Atrium, the Cleveland Museum of Art presented the brilliant twelve-man choral ensemble Chanticleer in a sold-out late evening concert on 30 January.
****1
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A Venetian coronation mass with Gabrieli Consort & Players in Durham Cathedral

©  Gabrieli Consort & Players
It’s a long way from modern Durham to renaissance Venice, from a cold winter evening in a small northern English city to a spring morning in one of the richest and most powerful cities the world has ever seen – but Paul McCreesh’s imaginative reconstruction of a Venetian Doge’s coronation mass made the leap almost instantaneous.
*****
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In Venetia: QuintEssential perform and evening of Gabrieli and contemporaries

QuintEssential
The celebrated Giovanni Gabrieli, one of the most innovative and influential composers of the Venetian school, exacting the transition between the Renaissance and Baroque musical periods, died on 12 August 1612.
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