The Four Seasons - Vivaldi
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Antonio Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni)

Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi composed the best-known of his works, “The Four Seasons”, around 1718−1720. It was a revolution in baroque music: Vivaldi depicted the sounds of flowing creeks, singing birds, a shepherd and his barking dog, buzzing flies, storms, drunken dancers, hunting, landscapes, and sounds of fireplace. Vivaldi published the concerti with sonnets describing each season.

 

Track list

  1. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 1 for Violin and Strings in E Major, “Spring”, RV 269 (Arranged for Percussion): I. Allegro
  2. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 1 for Violin and Strings in E Major, “Spring”, RV 269 (Arranged for Percussion): II. Largo
  3. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 1 for Violin and Strings in E Major, “Spring”, RV 269 (Arranged for Percussion): III. Allegro pastorale
  4. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 2 for Violin and Strings in G Minor, “Summer”, RV 315 (Arranged for Percussion): I. Allegro non molto
  5. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 2 for Violin and Strings in G Minor, “Summer”, RV 315 (Arranged for Percussion): II. Adagio e piano – Presto e forte
  6. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 2 for Violin and Strings in G Minor, “Summer”, RV 315 (Arranged for Percussion): III. Presto
  7. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 3 for Violin and Strings in F Major, “Autumn”, RV 293 (Arranged for Percussion): I. Allegro
  8. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 3 for Violin and Strings in F Major, “Autumn”, RV 293 (Arranged for Percussion): II. Adagio molto
  9. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 3 for Violin and Strings in F Major, “Autumn”, RV 293 (Arranged for Percussion): III. Allegro
  10. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 4 for Violin and Strings in F Minor, “Winter”, RV 297 (Arranged for Percussion): I. Allegro non molto
  11. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 4 for Violin and Strings in F Minor, “Winter”, RV 297 (Arranged for Percussion): II. Largo
  12. The Four Seasons (Le Quattro Stagioni), Op. 8 – Concerto No. 4 for Violin and Strings in F Minor, “Winter”, RV 297 (Arranged for Percussion): III. Allegro

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