Four Seasons ~ Vivaldi

Four Seasons ~ Vivaldi

Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons Budapest Strings Bela Banfalvi, Conductor You can get the exact album I have here on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1I2dNNu (affiliate). Here are the times for the specific movements: Spring 0:00 Summer 10:31 Autumn 20:59 Winter 32:48 I hope you love this recording! It is my favorite one I've heard yet. Happy Listening! AnAmericanComposer

Antonio Vivaldi - I Solisti Veneti

Antonio Vivaldi - I Solisti Veneti

Yes this is really a six hour Vivaldi video. Just hit play and travel back to 18th century Republic of Venice. Being such a long video I had to compress it a bit but the quality still seems satisfactory. I guess I could have made seperate smaller videos but wanted to see if I could upload such a long video. There are obviously too many tracks to list but everything is from I Solisti Veneti and Claudio Scimone. I would suggest buying any CD you can from I Solisti Veneti playing Vivaldi, it is the best! http://www.amazon.com/Vivaldi-Concertos-Sonatas-Opp-1-12/dp/B000OZ290A/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1334517396&sr=1-1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Vivaldi

El Invierno - Antonio Vivaldi - Anne-Sophie Mutter

El Invierno - Antonio Vivaldi - Anne-Sophie Mutter

Antonio Vivaldi (Venecia 1678 - Viena 1741) escribió cerca de 500 conciertos para diversos instrumentos, dedicando al violín, instrumento del cual Antonio era un virtuoso, la cantidad de 220. Cuatro de estos conciertos escritos para violín solista, orquesta de cuerdas y clavecín, son los famosamente conocidos como las cuatro estaciones, unas de las obras más recordadas y admiradas de Antonio Vivaldi. En estos cuatro conciertos encontramos ejemplificadas todas las características anteriormente descritas del concierto barroco. Creó la obra musical para ser solamente escuchada, estando bien definidos los contrastes de tiempo, ya que cada concierto esta dividido en tres partes: tempo rápido-lento-rápido. El elemento dinámico contrastante está cubierto por el efecto del eco, teniendo a un virtuoso solista que acompañado solamente por el basso continuo, enfrenta a toda la orquesta, y por último se cumple con la justificación artística de imitación de la naturaleza, buen pretexto este para escribir una obra maestra. Las cuatro estaciones, es una obra descriptiva o programática que contiene cuatro conciertos (La primavera, El verano, El otoño y El invierno) que evocan, a través de elementos de lenguaje musical, distintos aspectos de las estaciones del año, cada uno de los cuales sigue un programa distinto, según puede verse en sus correspondientes "sonetos demostrativos". El Invierno se compone de tres movimientos: Primer movimiento: Allegro non molto. Segundo movimiento: Largo y Tercer movimiento: Allegro. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Vivaldi Para este vídeo, he elegido el segundo movimiento, interpretado por Anne-Sophie Mutter, una gran artista, a la que también quiero rendirle homenaje. Anne-Sophie Mutter, es una virtuosa violinista alemana. Nació en la ciudad de Rheinfelden en Baden (Alemania), el 29 de junio de 1963. Empezó tocando el piano a la edad de cinco años, poco tiempo después, empezó a tocar el violín, estudiando con los maestros Erna Honigberger y Aida Stücki. Después de ganar diversos premios, se dedicó exclusivamente a la música, al obtener una exención de asistencia a la escuela. A los trece años de edad el director Herbert von Karajan la invitó a tocar con la Orquesta Filarmónica de Berlín. Con 22 años, fue nombrada miembro honorario de la Royal Academy of Music de Londres y directora del programa de Estudios Internacionales de violín en la misma academia y en 1988 realizó una gira por Canadá y Estados Unidos, tocando por primera vez en el Carnegie Hall de Nueva York Durante tres décadas, Anne-Sophie Mutter ha sido una de los mayores virtuosos de violín de nuestro tiempo. La violinista lanzó su carrera internacional en el Festival de Lucerna en 1976. Un año más tarde actuó como solista en los Conciertos de Pentecostés de Salzburgo, bajo la dirección de Herbert von Karajan e hizo su debut en el Festival de Salzburgo con la English Chamber Orchestra bajo la dirección de Daniel Barenboim. Desde entonces, Anne-Sophie Mutter ha realizado conciertos en todos los centros musicales más importantes. Además de realizar importantes obras tradicionales, su repertorio la lleva continuamente por nuevos caminos con la música de cámara y obras orquestales. Ha recibido numerosos premios y honores. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne-Sophie_Mutter

Vivaldi: Complete Oboe Concertos (Full Album)

Vivaldi: Complete Oboe Concertos (Full Album)

Online purchase or streaming (Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, Deezer, Google Play and more): https://brilliant-classics.lnk.to/VivaldiOboeConcertos The Complete Oboe Concertos (full album) of Vivaldi. Amazing to think in these days of plenty, when Vivaldi's sun has surely never shone brighter, that there can still be examples of his 660 or so concertos which have yet to be heard on record, but this invaluable set contains one such work, the G minor concerto RV459, as well as all the other works which the Venetian composer originally wrote for an instrument for which he evidently conceived a great affection, well suited as it is to the virtuoso roulades and trills which distinguish his writing for his own instrument, the violin, as well as testing the soloist with great demands on breath control in the fast outer movements and lyrical intensity in the central slow ones. It is more than likely that Vivaldi’s earliest concertos for wind instruments were those he composed for the oboe. The documents at the Ospedale della Pietà, where Vivaldi was a long-serving teacher and maestro della musica, reveal a specific interest on his part for the instrument. 00:00:00 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 449: I. Allegro00:02:58 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 449: II. Largo 00:05:51 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 449: III. Allegro 00:09:08 Oboe Concerto in G Minor, RV 460: I. Allegro non tanto 00:12:52 Oboe Concerto in G Minor, RV 460: II. Largo 00:15:54 Oboe Concerto in G Minor, RV 460: III. Allegro non molto 00:19:30 Oboe Concerto in B-Flat Major, RV 465: I. Allegro 00:21:46 Oboe Concerto in B-Flat Major, RV 465: II. Adagio 00:23:29 Oboe Concerto in B-Flat Major, RV 465: III. Allegro 00:25:20 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 456 “Harmonia Mundi”: I. Largo 00:29:02 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 456 “Harmonia Mundi”: II. Allegro – Adagio 00:31:36 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 456 “Harmonia Mundi”: III. Presto 00:33:33 Oboe Concerto in D Minor, RV 454: I. Allegro 00:36:31 Oboe Concerto in D Minor, RV 454: II. Largo 00:38:48 Oboe Concerto in D Minor, RV 454: III. Allegro 00:41:31 Oboe Concerto in B-Flat Major, RV 464: I. Allegro 00:44:12 Oboe Concerto in B-Flat Major, RV 464: II. Largo 00:45:54 Oboe Concerto in B-Flat Major, RV 464: III. Allegro 00:47:43 Oboe Concerto in D Major, RV 453: I. Allegro 00:50:54 Oboe Concerto in D Major, RV 453: II. Largo 00:52:57 Oboe Concerto in D Major, RV 453: III. Allegro 00:56:06 Oboe Concerto in A Minor, RV 463: I. Allegro 00:59:11 Oboe Concerto in A Minor, RV 463: II. Largo 01:02:40 Oboe Concerto in A Minor, RV 463: III. Allegro 01:05:35 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 450: I. Allegro molto 01:09:49 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 450: II. Larghetto 01:12:57 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 450: III. Allegro 01:15:47 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 457: I. Allegro non molto 01:20:22 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 457: II. Andante 01:23:19 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 457: III. Allegro molto 01:26:04 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 448: I. − 01:30:31 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 448: II. Larghetto 01:34:31 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 448: III. Allegro 01:37:15 Oboe Concerto in A Minor, RV 461: I. Allegro non molto 01:40:45 Oboe Concerto in A Minor, RV 461: II. Larghetto 01:43:42 Oboe Concerto in A Minor, RV 461: III. Allegro 01:46:13 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 451: I. Allegro molto 01:48:58 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 451: II. Largo 01:52:15 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 451: III. Allegro 01:55:07 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 184: I. Allegro - Adagio 02:00:22 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 184: II. Andante 02:02:55 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 184: III. Allegro 02:06:21 Oboe Concerto in A Minor, RV 462: I. Allegro 02:08:13 Oboe Concerto in A Minor, RV 462: II. Largo 02:10:41 Oboe Concerto in A Minor, RV 462: III. Allegro 02:12:44 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 447: I. Allegro non molto 02:17:27 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 447: II. Larghetto 02:21:00 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 447: III. Minuetto 02:27:23 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 455: I. − 02:30:52 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 455: II. Grave 02:33:07 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 455: III. Allegro 02:35:49 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 452: I. Allegro 02:37:58 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 452: II. Adagio 02:39:54 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 452: III. Allegro 02:42:07 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 458: I. Allegro 02:44:12 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 458: II. Adagio e staccato 02:48:08 Oboe Concerto in F Major, RV 458: III. Allegro presto 02:47:56 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 446: I. − 02:51:10 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 446: II. Adagio 02:54:06 Oboe Concerto in C Major, RV 446: III. Allegro 02:56:06 Oboe Concerto in G Minor, RV 459: I. Allegro 02:58:10 Oboe Concerto in G Minor, RV 459: II. Adagio 02:59:08 Oboe Concerto in G Minor, RV 459: III. Allegro da capo

Composer Biography - Antonio Vivaldi

Composer Biography - Antonio Vivaldi

www.FiveMinuteMozart.com www.Facebook.com/FiveMinuteMozart Antonio Vivaldi was born on March 4th 1678 in Venice, Italy to a venetian baker turned professional violinist named Giovanni Battista, with whom the composer received his early musical education. Early in life, Vivaldi entered the priesthood where, because of his bright red hair, he earned the nickname “Red Priest”. In 1703 he became a music teacher at an orphanage for girls called the Seminario Musicale dell’ospedale della Pieta, a position which he held until 1740. Although he toured a great deal and was frequently absent. Vivaldi may best be known as the champion of the Baroque concerto, having composed over 400 concertos throughout his life for various instruments including violin, cello, harp, flute, piccolo, and oboe, as well as 37 concertos for bassoon, a far less common featured instrument in concerto form. Vivaldi influenced many future great composers with his contribution to the concerto form, including that of Johann Sebastian Bach who it is said to have greatly admired the composer’s musical ability. Without question, Vivaldi’s most famous work is the set of four violin concertos entitled The Four Seasons which musically depict spring, summer, fall, and winter. In June of 1741 Vivaldi travelled to Vienna where only one month later he died of unknown causes at the age of 67.

Antonio Vivaldi I Solisti Veneti

Antonio Vivaldi   I Solisti Veneti

Yes this is really a six hour Vivaldi video. Just hit play and travel back to 18th century Republic of Venice. Being such a long video I had to compress it a bit but the quality still seems satisfactory. I guess I could have made seperate smaller videos but wanted to see if I could upload such a long video. There are obviously too many tracks to list but everything is from I Solisti Veneti and Claudio Scimone. I would suggest buying any CD you can from I Solisti Veneti playing Vivaldi, it is the best! http://www.amazon.com/Vivaldi-Concertos-Sonatas-Opp-1-12/dp/B000OZ290A/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1334517396&sr=1-1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Vivaldi. Painting: Artist: Giovanni Antonio Canal (17 or 18 October 1697 – 19 April 1768) better known as Canaletto Title: The Doge's Palace and the Riva degli Schiavoni

Antonio Vivaldi-Storm

Antonio Vivaldi-Storm

The Four Seasons (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Composed in 1723, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces of Baroque music. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, "Winter" is peppered with silvery staccato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas "Summer" evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement, which is why the movement is often dubbed "Storm." (source: wikipedia)

Vivaldi - Four Seasons (Winter)

Vivaldi - Four Seasons (Winter)

By I Musici 1988, cover: http://www.flickr.com/photos/funfront/3257528577/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/funfront/3257528233/

Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons ( Le Quattro Stagioni )

Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons ( Le Quattro Stagioni )

ANTONIO VIVALDI - THE FOUR SEASONS ( Le quattro stagioni ) THE SPRING 1 Allegro 2 Largo 3:39 3 Allegro 6:43 THE SUMMER 4 Allegro non molto, Allegro 10:54 5 Adagio e Piano 16:01 6 Presto 18:21 THE AUTUMN 7 Allegro, piano e laghetto, Allegro molto 21:11 8 Adagio molto 26:00 9 Allegro 28:08 THE WINTER 10 Allegro non molto 31:19 11 Largo 34:44 12 Allegro, lento, allegro 37:17 The Four Seasons is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Composed in 1723, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces in the classical music repertoire. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, "Winter" is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas "Summer" evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement, which is why the movement is often called "Storm" (as noted in the list of derivative works). The concertos were first published in 1725 as part of a set of twelve concerti, Vivaldi's Op. 8, entitled Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione (The Contest Between Harmony and Invention). Vivaldi dedicated their publication to a Bohemian patron, Count Václav Morzin (of Vrchlabí 1676--1737), and in so mentioned the count's longstanding regard for these four, in particular (which had apparently been performed with the nobleman's orchestra, in Prague's Morzin Palace)—although his dedication may have been closely related to the completion of an Augustinian monastery that year, where Vivaldi, a priest himself, refers to Morzin, the church's dedicator, as "Chamberlain and Counsellor to His Majesty, the Catholic Emperor"—while (as Maestro di Musica in Italy) Vivaldi presents them anew, with sonnets or enhancements for clear interpretation.The first four concertos are designated Le quattro stagioni, each being named after a season. Each one is in three movements, with a slow movement between two faster ones (and these movements likewise vary in tempo amid the seasons as a whole). At the time of writing The Four Seasons, the modern solo form of the concerto had not yet been defined (typically a solo instrument and accompanying orchesta. Vivaldi's original arrangement for solo violin with string quartet and basso continuo helped to define the form of the concerto. ( wikipedia source )

The Four Seasons: Spring, Allegro, by Antonio Vivaldi - FreeSchool Radio

The Four Seasons: Spring, Allegro, by Antonio Vivaldi - FreeSchool Radio

The Four Seasons is a set of four violin concerti written in about 1720 by Antonio Vivaldi, an Italian Baroque composer. Each movement is intended to represent a different season. This piece is meant to evoke springtime. Subscribe to FreeSchool: https://www.youtube.com/user/watchfreeschool?sub_confirmation=1 Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/watchFreeSchool Check our our companion channel, FreeSchool Mom! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTcEtHRQhqiCZIIb77LyDmA And our NEW channel for little ones, FreeSchool Early Birds! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3OV62x86XHwaqsxLsuy8dA Music: Spring, Allegro from The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi. This recording has been published under a creative commons license by its creator. Original file and copyright information my be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:01_-_Vivaldi_Spring_mvt_1_Allegro_-_John_Harrison_violin.ogg

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