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Composer: Gabrieli, Giovanni (1554-1612)

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Year of birth1554
Year of death1612
April 2018
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VillachGabrieli, Gulda & Bernstein

Gabrieli, Gulda, Bernstein
Milan Turkovic; Austrian Brass Band; Eva Simic-Nemeth

LondonBBC Radio 3 Lunchtime concert: AAM

Gabrieli, Kapsperger, Rossi, Castello
Members of the Academy of Ancient Music

ClevelandDivine Ecstasy

Gabrieli, Bach, Liszt
The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Iestyn Davies; Paul Jacobs; Cleveland Orchestra Chorus

AberdeenLo Sposalizio

Gabrieli, Monteverdi, Kapsperger, Frescobaldi
Aberdeen Bach Choir; His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts; David Gerrard; Unknown

New York CityMonteverdi Echoes | Venice to Vienna

Gabrieli, Monteverdi, Farina, Schmelzer, Bertali, Biber
Early Music New York; Frederick Renz
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Il giardino armonico’s bouquet of Baroque bonbons causes a sensation in Wrocław

Giovanni Antonini and Il giardino armonico © Joanna Stoga
A concert at the Andrzej Markowski International Wratislavia Cantans Festival that was anything but traditional or predictable.
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Suntory Hall’s grand reopening with Rossini

Giuseppe Sabbatini © Suntory Hall
Several of Tokyo’s finest collaborate in successfully delivering a re-opening concert at Suntory Hall
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Portents of Heaven: Gabrieli, Bach and Mahler in Oslo

Camilla Tilling © Camilla Tilling
The Oslo Philharmonic played finely tuned Gabrieli and virtuosic Bach, finishing with a surprisingly sinister performance of Mahler's Fourth Symphony.
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Red Note Ensemble's Sounding Brass

Red Note Ensemble's Sounding Brass in a unique afternoon of brass, percussion and electronics in an imaginatively scouted industrial setting.
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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.
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