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Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance

Denis Arnold

Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance

by Denis Arnold

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music,
  • Music Of The 15th And 16th Centuries

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages334
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9622465M
    ISBN 100193152479
    ISBN 109780193152472

    Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of The Beethoven companion, Monteverdi madrigals, Monteverdi madrigals, Monteverdi, The Monteverdi companion, Bach, Dictionnaire encyclopédique de la musique, Giovanni Gabrieli and the music of the Venetian High Renaissance Written works: Monteverdi Church Music, The New Monteverdi Companion.   The book's title uses the word ‘Renaissance’, but there has not been any general agreement on the remit of this word for Venice. For the late Denis Arnold, the music of Giovanni Gabrieli (employed at S. Marco –) represented the Venetian High Renaissance and his music still sums up Venice's musical glory years in the public : Noel O’Regan.

    Vocal PDF-files (music scores) and MIDI-files - links to CPDL (Choral Public Domain Library) Vocal MP3-recordings - public MP3-files at choir home-pages (and some password-protected files, PWD) IV. The High Renaissance (16th Century) IVn. The Venetian Style. Giovanni Gabrieli, - Biblography; Wikipedia: HOASM. Giovanni Gabrieli. London: Oxford University Press, E-mail Citation» An informative and highly readable introduction to the composer, though superseded, in part, by subsequent decades of research. Arnold, Denis. Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance. Oxford: Oxford University Press, E-mail Citation».

    Giovanni Gabrieli (c. / – Aug ) was an Italian composer and was one of the most influential musicians of his time, and represents the culmination of the style of the Venetian School, at the time of the shift from Renaissance to Baroque idioms.. Life. Gabrieli was most likely born in was one of five children, and his father came . Giovanni Gabrieli (c. / – 12 August ) was an Italian composer and was one of the most influential musicians of his time, and represents the culmination of the style of the Venetian School, at the time of the shift from Renaissance to Baroque idioms.


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Review: Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance by Denis ArnoldAuthor: Jonathan Glixon. Together with Willaert, Andrea Gabrieli and Merulo, he was one of the leading representatives of 16th- and early 17th-century Venetian music.

Giovanni was one of five sons and daughters of Piero di Fais ‘called Gabrieli’, a native of Carnia who resided for some time in the parish of S Geremia, Venice.

Little is known of his early years. In his preface to Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance, Professor Arnold makes clear that we are to regard his book as at once a supplement and a corrective to Winterfeld's pioneering work, and it would indeed be surprising if that portrait.

Giovanni Gabrieli, (born ?, Venice [Italy]—died August 12?,Venice), Italian Renaissance composer, organist, and teacher, celebrated for his sacred music, including massive choral and instrumental motets for the liturgy.

Giovanni Gabrieli studied with his uncle, Andrea Gabrieli, whom he regarded with almost filial affection. Denis Arnold's comprehensive study of the music of Giovanni Gabrieli (c.

), written in the context of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries in Venice, covers Gabrieli's life The book considers the whole range of Gabrieli's music as well as that of his contemporaries.

Kenton's Life and Works of Giovanni Gabrieli ([Rome], ) and Denis Arnold's Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance (Oxford, ) stand out as significant achievements in the field. Denis Arnold's book and his earlier publications on Gabrieli1 have increased our knowledge of Gabrieli's life and music, the milieu.

^ Arnold, Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance, p. Note: while this book is mainly on Giovanni, Andrea's nephew, the initial chapter discusses in detail several of the other Venetian School composers, including Andrea.

^ Arnold, Grove online. Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance by [Gabrieli] Arnold, Denis. London: Oxford University Press, Hardcover.

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Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance. London, Bryant, David. "The cori spezzati of S. Marco: Myth and Reality." Early Music History 1 (): – — —. "Gabrieli, Andrea" and "Gabrieli, Giovanni," in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.

2nd ed. Edited by Stanley Sadie. Vol. 9, pp. Denis Arnold Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance Oxford University Press, USA, ; ISBN ; pages Denis Arnold's comprehensive study of the music of Giovanni Gabrieli (c.

), written in the context of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries in Venice, covers Gabrieli's life from his formative.

() -The leading English composer in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. Although a catholic, Byrd served the Church of England and was a member of the royal chapel.

In addition to secular vocal and instrumental music he wrote both Anglican service music and Latin masses and motets. Giovanni Gabrieli was a renowned Italian organist and composer, also a proponent of the Venetian school of music.

His musical works mirror the transition from late Renaissance to the early Baroque. Gabrieli was well-known because of a characteristic sound in his music, which was associated with St.

Mark’s Cathedral, Venice, where he made. Abstract Gabrieli was the outstanding figure in the Venetian High Renaissance and the master of the polychoral style. He succeeded his uncle Andrea as Author: George Thomas Kurian. Giovanni Croce (Italian pronunciation: [dʒoˈvanni ˈkroːtʃe]; also Ioanne a Cruce Clodiensis, Zuanne Chiozotto; – 15 May ) was an Italian composer of the late Renaissance, of the Venetian was particularly prominent as a madrigalist, one of the few among the Venetians other than Monteverdi and Andrea Gabrieli.

Music becomes a key part of the Renaissance in that it's wider to a greater audience, thanks to the introduction of the printing press. Music could now be distributed on a wider scale at a relatively cheap cost, and as a result, there was greater room for flexibility and different styles of music.

Giovanni Gabrieli (born circa. – – died Aug ), was one of the most influential musicians of his time and represents the culmination of the style popularized by the Venetian School during the transition from the Renaissance to the Baroque period.

Gabrieli was born in Venice as one of five children. His father came from the region of Carnia and went to. His detailed book on instrumental ornamentation has survived. It is a rich resource for research in contemporary performance practice. Bassano was most responsible for the performance of the music.Giovanni Gabrieli >The works of the Italian composer Giovanni Gabrieli (ca.

) mirror >the transition from the 16th-century Renaissance style to the >17th-centurybaroque. His compositions were very influential on Italian and >German masters. Giovanni Gabrieli was born in .Giovanni Gabrieli (c.

/? 12 August ) was an Italian composer and organist. He was one of the most influential musicians of his time, and represents the culmination of the style of the Venetian School, at the time of the shift from Renaissance to Baroque idioms.

LIFE Gabrieli was most likely born in Venice.