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Gabrieli

, Gabrielli
1. Andrea . 1520--86, Italian organist and composer; chief organist of St Mark's, Venice
2. his nephew, Giovanni . 1558--1612, Italian organist and composer
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Gabrieli, speaking at the Argus Mediterranean Solid Fuels conference in Madrid, said while this may appear to be a bearish sign, it was important to think about what the likely quality of the surplus coal would be, while there were other factors to consider.
If you can avoid that first bout, maybe it would put the person on a different trajectory," indicates Gabrieli.
Gabrieli recently gave an interview ( L'intervista alla traduttrice ) with the Italian Arabook , which the magazine'sMaria Laura Romani translated from Italian to English.
Other authors are postdoc Amy Finn; graduate student Julia Leonard; Drew Jacoby-Senghor, a postdoc at Columbia Business School; and Christopher Gabrieli, chair of the nonprofit Transforming Education.
Martin and John Gabrieli, MIT; and Angela Duckworth, University of Pennsylvania, "Promise and Paradox: Measuring Students' Non-cognitive Skills and the Impact of Schooling"
Tillman Merritt's edition of Andrea's complete madrigal output (Andrea Gabrieli, Complete Madrigals, Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance, 41-52 [Madison, WI: A-R Editions, 1981-84]) filled a significant gap in the availability of modern editions, while making it even more apparent that similar treatment was needed for the instrumental and sacred vocal works.
Pinkham was inspired by the works of Gabrieli and in fact subtitled the "Christmas Cantata,'' which was performed Friday evening, Symphony Sacra, a term used by Gabrieli himself in his "In Ecclesiis.
That contribution prompted Desimone, Gabrieli, and other leading neuroscientists to participate in a panel discussion honoring Molaison, with excerpts published in the Bulletin.
Gabrieli has also received numerous awards for his teaching, including the Dean's Award for Distinguished Teaching at Stanford University in 2001.
A niche element of their repertoire has always remained baroque music, and Saturday's concert took us right to the heart of Venetian polychoral music, with magnificent liturgical settings by Giovanni Gabrieli.
30 Composers of the Week: Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli.
From our viewpoint, we have a big vision about how you can help people be better learners in a world where you are often pushed a lot," said Gabrieli.