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Gabrieli

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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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"It's a form of mental exercise that needs to be sustained," said Gabrieli. (ANI)
'There's a lot of evidence that an overly strong amygdala response to negative things is associated with high stress in early childhood and risk for depression,' Gabrieli says.
"If you can avoid that first bout, maybe it would put the person on a different trajectory," indicates Gabrieli.
We can see it not only in test scores, in educational attainment, but within the brains of these children," says MIT's John Gabrieli, the Grover M.
* Martin West and Christopher Gabrieli, Harvard University; Matthew Kraft, Brown University; Amy Finn, Rebecca
Andrea Gabrieli. II terzo libro de madrigali a cinque voci con alcuni di Giovanni Gabrieli: Venezia, Angelo Gardano 1589.
The program spanned three centuries of choral music, from the important Venetian composer Giovanni Gabrieli to the 20th-century Englishman John Rutter.
The Liverpool Cathedral evensong will include Jubilate Deo, by Gabrieli; St Paul's Service, by Herbert Howells; and Hear My Words Ye People, by Parry.
"Renaissance music is pure joy and emotion in sound and these works by Gabrieli, Josquin, De Rore and Praetorius are a wonderful experience for singer and listener alike," he said.
Gabrieli, a cognitive neuroscientist at MIT, where Molaison participated in years of studies until his death in 2008.