Antonio Vivaldi

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Italian baroque composer and violinist (1675-1741)

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Durant deux heures et demie de temps, des pieces de Jacques Ibert (1890-1962), Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Henri Vieuxtemps (1820-1881), Georges Bizet (1838-1875), Ruggero Leoncavalo (1859-1919) et autres, ont orne l'espace Mustapha-Kateb du TNA.
On iTunes: "The Four Seasons," a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi.
Composers through the ages have used the words of the 13th Century Marian poem Stabat Mater Dolorosa (the sorrowful mother stood) - a meditation on the suffering of Mary as she stood at the foot of the cross as Jesus was crucified - and it was the settings of two of the great Italian Baroque composers, Giovanni Pergolesi and Antonio Vivaldi, which were showcased.
In searching through the prolific repertoire of Antonio Vivaldi, Boldoczki only found one trumpet piece.
UPLIFTING Antonio Vivaldi The results showed that participants responded correctly faster when listening to the uplifting spring concerto.
The old adage that Venetian virtuoso Antonio Vivaldi wrote "the same concerto 500 times" is dispelled by the sheer concentrated ingenuity of what have become known as The Four Seasons, to illustrate suitably elemental stanzas, written by the composer himself.
com/title/tt0469879/) Vivaldi ," still in pre-production is a historical drama based on the early life of Antonio Vivaldi.
Of the 18th Century Antonio Vivaldi opera, he said: "It's not being put on specifically for the Olympics but clearly it's being put on as part of Olympic year.
With Psalms, the Stabat Mater and Magnificat there was a huge variety of tone and colour, showing the versatility of Antonio Vivaldi.
Vivaldi Vespers includes some of the most extrovert and joyous sacred music ever written by the Venetian composer Antonio Vivaldi.
Since the Moscow IAML Conference, our main publication series (ISSN 0784-0322) has increased with four new titles, all revised editions of uniform title catalogues made by Heikki Poroila and covering the works of George Frideric Handel, Franz Schubert, Dmitrij Sostakovi, and Antonio Vivaldi.
Young and talented performers played selections by Wolfgang Mozart, Johann Bach and Antonio Vivaldi.
Kremer is known for his wide-ranging repertoire, extending from Antonio Vivaldi and J.
L'inverno by Antonio Vivaldi, arranged for five horns by Nico De Marchi.