He was probably a native of Venice, most likely the parish of S. Geremia. 1555-1612-most important Venitan Composer of the late Renaissance-was an organist at St. Mark's cathedral from 1585 until his death in 1612-studied music with his uncle, Andrea Gabrieli English: Andrea Gabrieli 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.Among his pupils were his nephew Giovanni Gabrieli and Hans Leo Hassler. His finest work was composed for the acoustic resources of the Cathedral of St. Mark in Venice. Along with composing music for some of the greatest Venetian ceremonial occasions, Gabrieli's music often was dedicated to highly important figures. Though very little information about his early life survives, it seems evident that Andrea Gabrieli … 1 (from "Il terzo libro de ricercari"), Ricercar del nono tono, for organ No. Andrea Gabrieli (1532/1533 – August 30, 1585) was an Italian composer and organist of the late Renaissance. 1593–1605 Composer Time Period Comp. Andrea Gabrieli (с. Read Full Biography. These pieces show much influence of his uncle's style in the use of dialogue and echo effects. Price New from Used from Audio CD "Please retry" $14.61 . Almost nothing is known of his life before 1557, when he first tried (unsuccessfully) to become organist at St. Mark's, Venice. Ego dixi Domine a 7; 33.) Andrea was Gabrieli's first teacher and a great influence on the young composer. Deh, dove senza me (Andrea Gabrieli) Del gran Tuonante la sorella e moglie (Andrea Gabrieli) Deus in nomine tuo a 8 (Andrea Gabrieli) Deus misereatur nostri a 12 (Andrea Gabrieli) Deus noster refugium (Andrea Gabrieli) Deus qui beatum Marcum a 7 (Andrea Gabrieli) Deus qui beatum Marcum a 8 (Andrea Gabrieli) Deus, Deus meus respice a 10 (Andrea Gabrieli) The church of San Geremia, where Andrea Gabrieli probably played at some stage early in his career, is situated at the junction of the Grand Canal with the Cannaregio Canal, which is one of the main waterways of the city but which is often overlooked by tourists. 2 (from "Il terzo libro de ricercari"), Ricercar del primo tono alla quarta alta, for organ (from "Ricercari...libro secondo"), Ricercar del primo tono, for organ (from "Il terzo libro de ricercari"), Ricercar del primo tono, for organ (from "Ricercari...libro secondo"), Ricercar del quarto tono, for organ (from "Ricercari...libro secondo"), Ricercar del quinto tono, for organ (from "Ricercari...libro secondo"), Ricercar del quinto tono, for organ No. Andrea Gabrieli, [Andrea di Cannaregio] (1510-1586) Organist and composer. A le guancie di rose, madrigal for 8 voices, Amami, vita mia, ch'io t'amo anchora, madrigal for 5 voices, Anchor che co'l partire, transcription for keyboard of madrigal by Cipriano de Rore, Anchor che col partire, madrigal for 3 voices, Angel, del terzo ciel sceso fra noi, madrigal for 5 voices, Angelus ad pastores ait, motet for 4 voices, Angelus ad pastores ait, motet for 7 voices, Angelus Domini descendit, motet for 7 voices, Asia felice hor ben posso chiamarmi, madrigal for 4 voices, Beati quorum remissae sunt (Psalm 31[32]), for 6 voices, Beatus vir qui non abiit, motet for 6 voices, La bella pargoletta, ch'ancor non sent'amor, madrigal for 6 voices, Benedictus Dominus Deus Sabaoth, motet for 8 voices, Bonum est, et suave amare Dominum, motet for 6 voices (contrafactum of "Sonno diletto e caro"), Cantate Domino canticum novum, for organ (transcription of motet), Canto, canto, festa, festa, madrigal for 4 voices, Canzon deta "Suzanne un jour," for organ (after Orlande de Lassus' chanson), Canzon detta "Qui la dira," for keyboard (after Janequin's chanson), Canzon francese deta "Je prens en gre," for keyboard, Canzon francese deta "Orsus au coup" a quatro voci, for organ (after Crequillon's chanson), Canzon francese detta "Frais et Galliard," for organ (after Crequillon's chanson), Canzon francese detta "Je ne diray moy bergière," for keyboard, Canzon francese detta "Le bergier" a quatro voci, for keyboard, Canzon francese detta "Martin menoit," for organ (after Janequin's chanson), Canzon francese detta "Petit Jacquet" a quatro voci, for keyboard, Canzon francese detta "Pour ung plaisir," for organ, Canzon francese detta "Qui la dira" a cinque voci, for keyboard (after Janequin's chanson), Canzon francese detta "Ung gay bergier," for keyboard (after Crequillon's chanson), Canzon, se l'esser meco, madrigal for 4 voices, Caro dolce ben mio, perché fuggire, madrigal for 5 voices, Caro mea vere est cibus, motet for 4 voices, Chi 'nde darà la bose al solfizar, madrigal for 3 voices, Cinto m'havea tra belle e nude braccia, madrigal for 6 voices ("Giunto m'havea tra belle"), Clori à Damon dicea, Dolce ben mio, madrigal for 6 voices ("Gloria Damon dicea"), Come havrò pace in terra, madrigal for 5 voices, Come vuoi tu ch'io viva, madrigal for 6 voices, Como viver mi 'l posso, madrigal for 5 voices, De profundis clamavi (Psalm 129 [130]), for 6 voices, Del gran tuonante la sorella e moglie, madrigal for 10 voices, Deus, Deus meus, respice in me, motet for 10 voices, Domine ne in furore tuo (Psalm 37 [38]), for 6 voices, Domine ne in furore tuo (Psalm 6), for 6 voices, Domine, Deus meus, in te speravi, motet for 7 voices, Domine, exaudi orationem meam (Psalm 101 [102]), for 6 voices, Domine, exaudi orationem meam (Psalm 142 [143]), for 6 voices, Due rose fresche e colte in paradiso, madrigal for 5 voices, Dunque basciar sì bell'e dolce labbio, madrigal for 3 voices, Dunque il comun poter giungend'insieme, madrigal for 4 voices, Ego flos campi, motet for 6 voices (contrafactum of "Se vuoi ch'io muoia"), Fantasia allegra del duodecimo tono, for organ, Febo, Febo, noi cantiamo, madrigal for 4 voices, Felici d'Adria et dilettose rive, madrigal for 8 voices, Fuit homo missus a Deo, for keyboard (transcription of motet for 4 voices; spurious), Fuor, fuori a sì bel canto, madrigal for 4 voices, Giovane donna sott'un verde lauro, madrigal for 4 voices, Gratie che 'l mio signor largo destina, madrigal for 4 voices, Hodie Christus natus est, motet for 7 voices, Hodie completi sunt dies Pentecostes, motet for 4 voices, Hor ch'a noi torna la stagio novella, madrigal for 6 voices, Hor che nel suo bel seno, madrigal for 8 voices, I' vo piangendo i miei passati tempi, madrigal for 5 voices, Iesu dulcissime, motet for 5 voices (contrafactum of "Aminta mio gentil"), In nobil sangue, vita humile e queta, madrigal for 6 voices, In quest'amate sponde, madrigal for 4 voices, In tribulatione Dominum, motet for 6 voices (contrafactum of "Dolcissimo ben mio"), Io mi son giovinetta, for keyboard (transcription of madrigal by "Giachet," probably D. Ferrabosco), Isti sunt triumphatores, motet for 6 voices, Jubilate Deo, omnis terra, motet for 8 voices, Lasso, Amor mi trasporta ov'io non voglio, madrigal for 6 voices, Laudate Dominum in sanctis eius, motet for 10 voices, Laura, soave vita di mia vita, madrigal for 5 voices, Lucia sponsa Christi, motet for 6 voices (contrafactum of "La bella pargoletta"), Madrigale detto "Con lei foss'io" a quatro voci, for keyboard, Maria Magdalene, et altera Maria, motet for 6 voices (contrafactum of "La bella pargoletta"), Maria stabat ad monumentum, motet for 6 voices, Mentr'io vi miro, vorrei pur sapere, madrigal for 5 voices, Mentre la greggia errando, madrigal for 5 voices, Mirami, vita mia, miram'un poco, madrigal for 5 voices, Miserere mei Deus (Psalm 50 [51]), for 6 voices, Missa della Beata Vergine, mass for organ, O belli e vaghi pizzi, madrigal for 4 voices, O beltà rara, o santi modi adorni, madrigal for 5 voices, O Dea, che tra le selv' a chi ti chiama, madrigal for 8 voices, O gloriosa Domina (O gloriose Domine), motet for 6 voices, O quam metuendus est locus iste, motet for 4 voices, O soave al mio cor dolce catena, madrigal for 6 voices, Occhi sereni, angeliche parole, madrigal for 4 voices, Pass'e mezzo antico in cinque modi variati, for organ, Piangi pur, Musa, ogn'hor poi che 'l tuo canto, madrigal for 5 voices, Quand'havrà fine Amore, madrigal for 8 voices, Quanti sepolti giù nel foco eterno, madrigal for 5 voices, Quem vidistis, pastores, motet for 8 voices, Ricercar arioso for organ No. Uncle of Giovanni Gabrieli. Ricercar a 8 - Ricercar del secondo tuono a 4 - Ricercar del settimo tuono a 4 - Ricercar del duodecimo tuono a 4performed by Symposium Musicum August 30, 1585) was an Italian composer and organist of the late Renaissance. Magnificat (a12) 1 track. Number of voices: 4vv Voicing: SATB Genre: Sacred, Motet Third Antiphon at Lauds, Christmas Day. Gabrieli may refer to: . Gabrieli published posthumously in 1587 by Angelo Gardano in Venice. 9.) These pieces show much influence of his uncle's style in the use of dialogue and echo effects. While not much is known about Giovanni's early life, he probably studied with his uncle, the composer Andrea Gabrieli; he may indeed have been brought up by him, as is implied by the dedication to his 1587 book of concerti, in which he described himself as "little less tha… Language: Latin Instruments: A cappella . 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. 4 (from "Canzoni...libro quinto"), Ricercar del duodecimo tono, for organ (from "Ricercari...libro secondo"), Ricercar del nono tono, for organ (from "Ricercari...libro secondo"), Ricercar del nono tono, for organ No. bouce rit‟, followed by some Andrea Gabrieli: a 4-part „Ricercar‟ or „Canzona alla francese‟, and a 6-part „Motet‟ which also has a madrigal text! Gabrieli was fortunate to have an uncle, Andrea Gabrieli, who was an outstanding musician. The polychoral style of composition that Andrea created came mainly from working at St. Mark’s. Along with composing music for some of the greatest Venetian ceremonial occasions, Gabrieli's music often was dedicated to highly important figures. In 1536 he was a chorister at St. Mark's Cathedral, Venice, where, in 1566, he became organist at the second organ. composer, Type: Person, Gender: Male, Born: 1533 in Venice, Died: 1585-08-30 in Venice, Area: Italy Although these two related Venetian composers (uncle and nephew) are usually coupled together, each earned his own place in the development of music. Gabrieli's first motets were published alongside his uncle Andrea's compositions in his 1587 volume of Concerti. Andrea Gabrieli, though often overshadowed by his nephew Giovanni, contributed mightily to both the composition and organ playing at San Marco early in its musical Renaissance. ]There are low and high choirs and the difference between their pitches is marked by the use of instrumental accompaniment. 2 (from "Canzoni...libro quinto"), Ricercar arioso for organ No. There are low and high choirs and the difference between their pitches is marked by the use of instrumental accompaniment. The following 165 pages are in this category, out of 165 total. Instrumental Works. People. Though very little information about his early life survives, it seems evident that Andrea Gabrieli quickly entered the musical profession. Andrea Gabrieli [1] (ändrĕ´ä gäbrēā´lē), c.1510–1586, Italian organist and composer; possibly a pupil of Adrian Willaert [2]. Andrea Gabrieli, also called Andrea di Cannaregio, Cannareggio, or Canareggio, (born 1532/33, Venice—died Aug. 30, 1585, Venice), Italian Renaissance composer and organist, known for his madrigals and his large-scale choral and instrumental music for public ceremonies. 'Concerti di Andrea, et di Giovanni Gabrieli, organisti della Serenissima Signori di Venetia': A collection of 77 works, the majority of which are by the uncle, Andrea Gabrieli, but also containing some of the younger Gabrieli's polychoral motets. His Sonata pian’ e forte (1597), the first… Along with composing music for some of the greatest Venetian ceremonial occasions, Gabrieli's music often was dedicated to highly important figures. See the composer page for a list of works sorted by genre. No. Popular Works: Gabrieli, A. Alla battaglia (3) Ancor che col partire (3) Angelus Domini descendit (2) Cantiam di Dio, cantiamo (2) Canzon alla Francese: Petit Jacquet (6) Canzon ariosa (III/9) (2) Canzon detta "Qui la dira" (2) Canzon sopra 'Qui la dira (4) Franco-Flemish composers were skilled in canonic writing, but few were better than Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522), who was known for his ability to write music of mathematical complexity, especially canons. Gabrieli was born in Venice. 2 (from "Il terzo libro de ricercari"), Ricercar del secondo tono alla quarta alta, for organ (from "Ricercari...libro secondo"), Ricercar del secondo tono, for 4 parts No. Andrea Gabrieli (?1532/1533 ? $14.61: $2.95: Audio CD … This is music that would have echoed from the mosaic-covered vaults of Saint Mark’s Basilica and other Venetian churches. Andrea Gabrieli, organist at St. Mark’s Basilica, visited Lassus in Munich in 1562 and many of Lassus’s works were published in Venice. 2. …symphoniae (1597 and 1615) of Giovanni Gabrieli, for example, an ensemble of three cornetts, two trombones, and tenor violin accompanies solo voices, alternates with and accompanies one or two choirs, or performs alone. Andrea Gabrieli, though often overshadowed by his nephew Giovanni, contributed mightily to both the composition and organ playing at San Marco early in its musical Renaissance. Andrea Gabrieli is the uncle of composer Giovanni Gabrieli.. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. 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. Composer: Andrea Gabrieli. Puelle saltanti imperavit mater (Gabrieli, Andrea) Q. Quando penso (Gabrieli, Andrea) Quel dolce suono (Gabrieli, Andrea) R. Ricercar 'Anchor che co'l partire' (Gabrieli, Andrea) Ricercar 1 del primo tono (Gabrieli, Andrea) Ricercar 2 del primo tuono (Gabrieli, Andrea) Ricercar 2 del secondo tono (Gabrieli, Andrea) Ricercar 6 a quatro voci (Gabrieli, Andrea) Composer Gabrieli, Andrea: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. We celebrate the holidays this year with music by this Venetian master, his uncle Andrea, and their contemporaries. He was the first composer to specify particular instruments in his scoring, including brass choirs—an orchestration also prominent in Heinrich Schütz’s “Uppsala” Magnificat, which City Choir will perform on May 19. 1533 in Venice (Italian spelling is Venezia); he did not pass all of his life in Venice; he was in Germany for quite some time, and returned to Italy in 1566. Find Andrea Gabrieli composition information on AllMusic. 1 (from "Canzoni...libro quinto"), Ricercar arioso for organ No. There are no results available based on the filters you have selected. A caso un giorno mi guidò la sorte (Andrea Gabrieli), A Le guancie di rose, Dialogo à 8 (Andrea Gabrieli), Angelus ad pastores ait a 4 (Andrea Gabrieli), Angelus ad pastores ait a 7 (Andrea Gabrieli), Angelus Domini descendit a 7 (Andrea Gabrieli), Ave Sanctissima Maria a 5 (Andrea Gabrieli), Beatus vir qui inventus est (Andrea Gabrieli), Beatus vir qui non abiit (Andrea Gabrieli), Beatus vir, qui suffert (Andrea Gabrieli), Benedictus Dominus Deus Sabaoth a 8 (Andrea Gabrieli), Bonum est confiteri Domino (Andrea Gabrieli), Cando pinso al turmendo (Andrea Gabrieli), Cantate Domino canticum novum a 5 (Andrea Gabrieli), Caro mea vere est cibus (Andrea Gabrieli), Chiaro sol di virtute / Al chiaro suon d'i dolci accenti (Andrea Gabrieli), Cinto m'havea tra belle e nude braccia (Andrea Gabrieli), Concerti di Andrea et di Giovanni Gabrieli (Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli), Congratulamini mihi omnes a 8 (Andrea Gabrieli), Del gran Tuonante la sorella e moglie (Andrea Gabrieli), Deus misereatur nostri a 12 (Andrea Gabrieli), Deus qui beatum Marcum a 7 (Andrea Gabrieli), Deus qui beatum Marcum a 8 (Andrea Gabrieli), Deus, Deus meus respice a 10 (Andrea Gabrieli), Il dolce sonno mi promise pace (Andrea Gabrieli), Domine Dominus noster a 5 (Andrea Gabrieli), Domine, ne in furore tuo arguas me (Andrea Gabrieli), Donna per acquetar vostro desire (Andrea Gabrieli), Dunque baciar sì belle e dolce labbia (Andrea Gabrieli), Dunque fia ver, dicea, che mi convegna (Andrea Gabrieli), Dunque sia vero - Dunque il consenti Amor (Andrea Gabrieli), Ecco l'aurora con l'aurata fronte (Andrea Gabrieli), Ecco Vinegia bella (a 12 voci) (Andrea Gabrieli), Egredimini et videte a 8 (Andrea Gabrieli), Ella non sa, se non invan dolersi (Andrea Gabrieli), Emendemus in melius a 6 (Andrea Gabrieli), Exaudi, Deus, orationem meam (Andrea Gabrieli), Expurgate vetus fermentum a 8 (Andrea Gabrieli), Fuggi, speme mia, fuggi (Andrea Gabrieli), Gira lunga stagion, lucente e viva (Andrea Gabrieli), Hodie Christus natus est a 7 (Andrea Gabrieli), In nobil sangue / Amor s’è in lei (Andrea Gabrieli), In tribulatione Dominum invocavi (Andrea Gabrieli), Io mi sento morire (Dialogo à 7) (Andrea Gabrieli), Isti sunt triumphatores a 6 (Andrea Gabrieli), La virtù, la bontà, l’ardente zelo (Andrea Gabrieli), Lasso, amor mi trasporta (Andrea Gabrieli), Laudate Dominum omnes gentes a 5 (Andrea Gabrieli), Laura soave, vita di mia vita (Andrea Gabrieli), Levavi oculos meos in montes (Andrea Gabrieli), Maria stabat ad monumentum a 6 (Andrea Gabrieli), Mentre la greggia errando (Andrea Gabrieli), Nativitas tua Dei genitrix a 7 (Andrea Gabrieli), Nel bel giardin' entrate (Andrea Gabrieli), Neve e Rose ha nel volto (Andrea Gabrieli), O passi sparsi, o pensier vaghi e pronti (Andrea Gabrieli), O soave al mio cor dolce catena (Andrea Gabrieli), Or ch'a noi torna la stagion novella (Andrea Gabrieli), Or che nel suo bel seno (Andrea Gabrieli), Patefactae sunt ianuae coeli (Andrea Gabrieli), Quem vidistis pastores a 8 (Andrea Gabrieli), Rimanti amor in sempiterno oblio (Andrea Gabrieli), Sancta et immaculata a 4 (Andrea Gabrieli), Sancta et immaculata a 5 (Andrea Gabrieli), Sancta Maria succurre miseris a 6 (Andrea Gabrieli), Sassi, Palae, Sabbion, del Adrian lio (Andrea Gabrieli), Sic Deus dilexit mundum a 5 (Andrea Gabrieli), Te Deum Patrem ingenitum (Andrea Gabrieli), Vaghi augelletti, che per valli e monti (Andrea Gabrieli), Vago ucelletto che cantando vai (Andrea Gabrieli), Verba mea auribus percipe (Andrea Gabrieli), La verginella è simil'a la rosa (Andrea Gabrieli), https://www.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php?title=Category:Andrea_Gabrieli_compositions&oldid=253716. 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