Antonio Vivaldi

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Italian baroque composer and violinist (1675-1741)

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The Woman Mieko Ouchi Antonio Vivaldi Ashley Wright If you were in a capricious mood, you could refer to this charming play as "Amadeus Lite," but it's actually far more subtle and rewarding than that.
With piquant eccentricity, "Why Vivaldi?" is less interested in producing a standard bio-portrait than inquiring why people from various walks of life have chosen the subject of Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi as the center of their lives.
The old Ricordi collected edition of Vivaldi's instrumental works sponsored by the Istituto italiano Antonio Vivaldi (ed.
Telemann's Sonata in D Minor for Two Violins and Cello, and two works by Antonio Vivaldi, his sonata "La Follia" for two violins and cello and his motet for soprano and strings, "Nulla in Mundo Pax Sincera," popularized by the movie "Shine."
It may come as a surprise to fans of Le Quatro Stagioni (The Four Seasons) that Antonio Vivaldi was one of the most prolific and popular opera composers in his day.
Spencer, principal bassoonist for the Oregon Mozart Players since 2007, will be the featured soloist for Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto for Bassoon in B-flat Major at the chamber orchestra's final performance of its season on Saturday.
Antonio Vivaldi. Le quattro stagioni = The Four Seasons.
The marvellous Acadian soprano Suzie LeBlanc's four-work survey of Antonio Vivaldi's sacred music for solo voice represents an astute commingling of artist and repertoire.
5, with OMP musician Jill Pauls on flute and Kuo conducting from the harpsichord; and Antonio Vivaldi's "Four Seasons," which will feature violin solo work in separate movements by Alice Blankenship, Matthew Fuller, Yvonne Hsueh and Holland Phillips.
For musicologists and the general public alike, Antonio Vivaldi's major claim to historical and musical importance has always rested on his concertos.