Uncertain, probably between 1553 - 1556
August 1612 in Venice
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He represents the pinnacle of the High Renaissance Venetian school.
Type of Compositions:
He composed mass movements, motets, ensemble music, instrumental music, anthologies, madrigals and organ works.
Approximately 94 motets, 7 Magnificats, 7 mass movements, about 50 ensemble pieces, over 60 keyboard music pieces and about 30 madrigals.
He was the nephew of Andrea Gabrielli. After his uncle's death, he edited most of his works for publication.