Antonio Vivaldi's Four Seasons
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- Vivaldi: The Four Seasons, "L'autunno" (Autumn): III. Allegro.
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Bohemian Rhapsody Queen Easy Piano. Add to wish list. Not the arrangement you were looking for? There is some debate as to whether the four concertos were written to accompany four sonnets or vice versa. Though it is not known who wrote these sonnets, there is a theory that Vivaldi wrote them himself, given that each sonnet is broken down into three sections, neatly corresponding to a movement in the concerto.
Antonio Vivaldi - Autumn
Whoever wrote the sonnets, The Four Seasons may be classified as program music, instrumental music that intends to evoke something extra-musical and an art form which Vivaldi was determined to prove sophisticated enough to be taken seriously. The first recording of The Four Seasons is a matter of some dispute. There is a compact disc of one made by the violinist Alfredo Campoli which is taken from acetates of a French radio broadcast; these are thought to date from early in The first proper electrical recording was made in by Bernardino Molinari, and though his adaptation is somewhat different from what we have come to expect from modern performances, it is clearly recognisable.
This first recording by Molinari was made for Cetra, issued in Italy and subsequently in the United States on six double-sided 78s in the s.
Antonio Vivaldi's Four Seasons Notes and History
Again, much use is made of double-stopping. The second tutti is an exact copy of the opening tutti and leads to the second solo section. The music moves towards the dominant key C major , where at bar 69 the opening tutti is heard in C major. The third solo depicts ' The Wild Beast Fleeing ', the soloist playing semiquaver triplets:.