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Gabrieli was a leading figure in Renaissance Venetian music. He succeeded his uncle Andrea Gabrieli, an organist at Venice's St. Mark Basilica after his uncle's death in 1586 and retained this position until his own death in 1612. His work as a composer represents the height of musical achievement in Renaissance Venice. Gabrieli continued the traditional cori spezzati techniques developed at St. Mark's during the sixteenth century, contrasting different groups of singers and instrumentalists and making use of the spatial effects possible in the great basilica

Gabrieli was a leading figure in Renaissance Venetian music.

The effect is really delightful, and for many average listeners who enjoy organ music it will stir a desire to hear more organ music of the early Baroque played this way. The pieces are for one or two organs, and they cover the typical genres of the Gabrieli father and son: the free intonazione and toccata, the more contrapuntal ricercar and fuga, and various pieces modeled on or directly adapted from vocal models, either motets or canzonas, which were the Italian equivalent of French chansons.

Andrea Gabrieli (1532/1533 – August 30, 1585) was an Italian composer and organist of the late Renaissance. The uncle of the somewhat more famous Giovanni Gabrieli, he was the first internationally renowned member of the Venetian School of composers, and was extremely influential in spreading the Venetian style in Italy as well as in Germany. Details on Gabrieli's early life are sketchy. He was probably a native of Venice, most likely the parish of S. Geremia.

Giovanni Gabrieli: Berliner Dom: Music for Brass and Organ (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. Giovanni Gabrieli Composer. Canzon, for 4 parts, . 94 Work. Berlin Brass Quintet Brass Ensemble, Lucas Vis Conductor, Andreas Sieling Organ. Andrea Gabrieli Composer. Canzon ariosa, for organ Work. Lucas Vis Conductor, Andreas Sieling Organ.

Category:Gabrieli, Giovanni. Gabrieli redirects here. For other composers named Gabrieli, see Gabrieli (disambiguation). c. 557 - 12 August 1612). Alternative ns: Giovanni Gabrielli, Johannes Gabrieli, Johannes Gabriel, Ioannes Gabrielius.

3 Centuries of Italian Organ Music. This CD presents a compilation of four previously released CDs named below recorded by Andrea Marcon and internationally awarded: CDX-79405: The Heritage of Frescobaldi; Organo Nacchini (1750) CDX-79703: 18th Century Venetian Organ Art; Organo Callido CDX-79606: Padre Davide da Bergamo, Romantic Organ works; Organo Serassi (1858) CDX-79607: Domenico Scarlatti: Sonate per Organo; Organo Callido.


Organ Music - Giovanni Gabrieli
A1 Intonazione E Ricercare
A2 La Spiritata
A3 Fantasia Del VI° Tono
A4 Fuga Del IX° Tono
A5 Fantasia Del IV° Tono
A6 Ricercare
A7 Ricercare Del VII° E VIII° Tono
B1 Ricercare A Quattro Voci Del X° Tono
B2 Toccata Del II° Tono
Organ Music - Andrea Gabrieli
B3 Toccata
B4 Canzone Ariosa
B5 Fantasia Allegra
B6 Ricercare Del V° Tono A 2 Sogetti
B7 Ricercare Del XII° Tono (A Quattro Voci)


  • Artwork – Lucio Roncalli
  • Composed By – Andrea Gabrieli (tracks: B3 to B7), Giovanni Gabrieli (tracks: A1 to A7, B1, B2)
  • Organ – Giuseppe De Donà
  • Sleeve Notes – Giuseppe De Donà

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): XTV 20839
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): XTV 20840