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Playlist of Vivaldi: La Folia (Madness)

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  • Vivaldi: La Folia -- Apollos Fire

    7:43

    Antonio Vivaldi's La Folia (Madness), arranged by Jeannette Sorrell after Sonata XII
    Apollo's Fire - The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra
    Live performance, November 1, 2011 - Koerner Hall, Toronto

    The Folia was an ancient Spanish/Portuguese dance which traditionally got faster and wilder toward the end. The girls who danced it were said to be mad, thus the name Folia (madness or folly).

    Olivier Brault, violin solo I
    Johanna Novom, violin solo II
    René Schiffer, continuo cello
    William Simms, guitar
    Jeannette Sorrell, harpsichord/direction

    Andrew Fouts, violin
    Adriane Post, violin
    Carrie Krause, violin
    Emi Tanabe, violin
    Beth Wenstrom, violin
    Karina Fox, viola
    Kristen Linfante, viola
    Steuart Pincombe, cello
    Sue Yelanjian, contrabass

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  • Vivaldi : La Follia

    9:30

    Texte explicatif et références sur mon blog :

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  • Sonata La Follia Op. 1 n. 12 RV 63

    9:49

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Sonata La Follia Op. 1 n. 12 RV 63 · Hespèrion XXI · Jordi Savall

    Altre Follie (1500-1750)

    ℗ 2005 Alia Vox

    Released on: 2005-01-01

    Composer: Antonio Vivaldi

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Antonio Vivaldi: La Follia ; Voices of Music, Robin Gilbert and Carlos Fittante, dancers

    11:15

    Hi everyone~! Please consider a donation, and we will make more videos like this one :)
    Voices of Music presents La Follia: A Baroque Pageant, HD video of the performance of Vivaldi's variations on La Follia (RV 63), choreographed and danced by baroque dancers Robin Gilbert and Carlos Fittante.
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    In 1705, eager to make his mark as a composer of both opera and instrumental music, the young Vivaldi published his first set of twelve trio sonatas as Opus 1. The last sonata, which is a highly virtuosic set of variations on the La Follia dance pattern (titled only Follia in the print), is one of his most famous works; Vivaldi takes Corelli's variations on the same theme-and-bass pattern from Corelli's Opus 5 (1700), which was already a famous work, and adds figuration of even greater complexity.

    La Follia
    a baroque pageant

    choreography
    carlos fittante

    dancers
    robin gilbert
    carlos fittante

    costumes
    carlos fittante
    stephen campos

    masks: jane stein
    based on baroque originals
    carved by renu of singapadu, bali, indonesia

    The Musicians and their Instruments
    Carla Moore, baroque violin by Johann Georg Thir, Vienna, Austria, 1754
    Katherine Kyme, baroque violin by Johann Gottlob Pfretzichner, Mittenwald, 1791
    William Skeen, five string baroque cello, Anonymous, Italy, c1680
    David Tayler, baroque guitar by John Rollins, after Jean Voboam, Paris, 1687

    Hanneke van Proosdij, harpsichord by Joop Klinkhamer, Amsterdam (1996), after Ruckers-Goujon, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
    Lid painting by Millicent Tomkins, Marin, 2012
    #Vivaldi #LaFollia

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  • Vivaldi - La Follia | Solo guitar arr. by Emre Sabuncuoglu

    10:08

    Quite possibly the most popular theme in the history of music, La Follia* (literally 'folly' or 'madness') has intrigued nearly every major composer. But leave it to Vivaldi to take it to another level! Dr. Emre's new arrangement incorporates a wide range of techniques from double-trills, pizzicato to rasgueados and innovative fingering sequences to capture the spirit of Vivaldi's original ensemble version. (See the score for more information about capo usage and performing in the original key).
    * Also known as La Folía (Spanish), folies d'Espagne (French) and Folia (Portuguese).

    Browse variations:
    0:00 - Theme
    0:50 - Variation 1
    1:17 - Variation 2
    1:36 - Variation 3
    1:56 - Variation 4
    2:18 - Variation 5
    2:41 - Variation 6
    3:05 - Variation 7
    3:32 - Variation 8
    4:25 - Variation 9
    4:51 - Variation 10
    5:14 - Variation 11
    6:19 - Variation 12
    6:38 - Variation 13
    6:59 - Variation 14
    7:50 - Variation 15
    8:10 - Variation 16
    8:31 - Variation 17
    8:52 - Variation 18
    9:12 - Variation 19
    9:33 - Coda

    Arranged and performed by Emre Sabuncuoğlu. Copyright © 2020 Los Angeles Guitar Academy Publishing. All rights reserved.

    Commissioned by our generous LAGA patrons.

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  • Vivaldi: Trio Sonata in D Minor, Op. 1/12, RV 63 La Follia

    9:23

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Vivaldi: Trio Sonata in D Minor, Op. 1/12, RV 63 La Follia · Daniel Hope · Chamber Orchestra Of Europe

    Vivaldi

    ℗ 2008 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Producer: Marita Prohmann
    Producer, Recording Producer: John West
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Hans-Ulrich Bastin
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Jürgen Bulgrin
    Composer: Antonio Vivaldi

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • La Folia , improvisation by Voices of Music; 4K video

    5:31

    Voices of Music performs improvisations on La Follia. Live video from our Musical Crossroads concert, January, 2019.
    For this musical work, each performer was given only a bass part and a simple tune--the bare bones of the La Follia dance. The music was improvised, and each performance was different. Alana looks at each musician to show when it's their turn to solo. Each solo turn is performed in a different style--baroque composers such as Telemann sometimes created suites combining different styles from different countries, so this is part of a long tradition.
    La Follia was a dance craze in the late renaissance and baroque.
    The instrument on the far left is a Kamancha. The Kamancha is played in Eurasia and the Middle East, and has four or five strings tuned similar to a violin. Imamyar plays in the Azerbaijan style.
    Peter Maund, seated on the left, is playing a frame drum. Frame drums are found all over the world and are one of the oldest types of instruments.
    David Tayler is playing the archlute. In the late 16th century, instrument makers added a long neck to the renaissance lute to increase the range of the instrument in the bass register.
    Cheryl Ann Fulton is playing a lever harp. The harp has all open strings which adds a wonderful color to the overall sound.
    Alana and Laura trade off improvising on the tune and also improvising a counter-melody to the tune. Also, the second time through Imamyar's solo, Bill Skeen is adding double stops on the cello as accompaniment.


    We are thrilled to announce that we are (we believe) the first Early Music ensemble in the world to reach the YouTube Creator's Silver level, which includes passing the 100,000 subscribers mark. To celebrate, we release our latest video which is a set of free improvisations on the La Follia dance from our Musical Crossroads concert. Thanks to all our musicians who made this day possible.

    Voices of Music
    Hanneke van Proosdij & David Tayler
    Directors
    Improvisations on La Follia
    Imamyar Hasanov, kamancha
    Peter Maund, percussion
    Alana Youssefian, baroque violin
    Laura Risk, baroque violin
    Hanneke Van Proosdij, harpsichord
    William Skeen, baroque cello
    Cheryl Ann Fulton, harp
    David Tayler, archlute

  • Antonio Vivaldi Sonata a tre La Folia, Chiara Banchini

    1:9:37

  • Corelli : La Follia

    10:58

    Texte explicatif et références sur mon blog :

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  • VIVALDI/arr. Sorrell – La Folia – Apollos Fire LIVE at Tanglewood

    8:35

    Antonio Vivaldi/arr. J. Sorrell
    La Folia (Madness)

    APOLLO'S FIRE | The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra
    Jeannette Sorrell, Artistic Director

    Performed July 5, 2015 at the Tanglewood Festival, Massachusetts

    Olivier Brault, violin soloist
    Johanna Novom, violin soloist
    with
    Adriane Post, violin
    Julie Andrijeski, violin
    Emi Tanabe, violin
    Alan Choo, violin
    Karina Schmitz, viola
    Kristen Linfante, viola
    René Schiffer, continuo cello
    Rebecca Landell Reed, cello
    Sue Yelanjian, contrabass
    William Simms, baroque guitar
    Jeannette Sorrell, direction & harpsichord

    apollosfire.org
    Passion.Period.

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    Rob Berretta, Opus 3 Artists (in the U.S.)
    Claude Boischot, K D Schmid Artists (in Europe)

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    Video production by Erica Brenner

  • VIVALDI/arr. Sorrell: La Folia – The Night the Cello Bow Exploded – Apollos Fire

    8:10

    VIVALDI/arr. Sorrell: La Folia (Madness)

    APOLLO'S FIRE | THE Cleveland Baroque Orchestra
    Jeannette Sorrell, Artistic Director

    Live performance, March 9, 2019 (the night the cello bow exploded)
    St Paul's Church, Cleveland Heights, OH

    Alan Choo & Emi Tanabe, violin soloists
    René Schiffer, cello

    with
    Adriane Post, violin
    Carrie Krause, violin
    Evan Few, violin
    Susanna Perry Gilmore, violin
    Johanna Novom, violin
    Kristen Linfante, viola
    Allison Monroe, viola
    Rebecca Landell Reed, cello
    Sue Yelanjian, contrabass
    William Simms, baroque guitar
    Brian Kay, archlute
    Jeannette Sorrell, harpsichord & direction

  • La Folia - Madness: Concerto grosso, after the Sonata No. 12, Op. 1

    10:56

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    La Folia - Madness: Concerto grosso, after the Sonata No. 12, Op. 1 · Antonio Vivaldi · Jeannette Sorrel · Apollo's Fire

    Vivaldi: La Folia (Madness) & Other Concertos

    ℗ 2000 & 2008 Apollo's Fire

    Released on: 2011-02-08

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Antonio Vivaldi - La Folia

    10:54

    from the Album VIDALA - Argentina and Roots of European Baroque
    Released by Gramola -
    - buy it at Amazon -

    Bach Consort Wien - Vienna Bach Consort are performing La Folia with David Drabek, Agnes Stradner, Daniele Caminiti, Mirko Arnone, Roberto Sensi, Martín Bruhn and Rubén Dubrovsky

    Bildregie: Volker Werner
    © 2015 SCARLATTI Arts international s.l.

  • Vivaldi: La Follia - Il Giardino Armonico

    9:28

    Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741):
    Trio Sonata in D minor Op. 1 No. 12 - La Follia

    Il Giardino Armonico
    Giovanni Antonini

    Score:

  • Vivaldi - Trio Sonata La Follia in D Minor RV63

    9:43

    ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741)

    Trio sonata for two violins and basso continuo (Variations on La Follia) Op. 1 No. 12 RV63

    Performed by Hesperion XXI
    Conducted by Jordi Savall

    *La Folia is one of the oldest European musical themes. This chord progression has been put to music many times by composers such as Arcangelo Corelli, C.P.E. Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Allesandro Scarlatti, and Marin Marais.



    P.S: I know I already posted this piece being performed by the Purcell Quartet, but the Hesperion XXI version is very exciting to listen to and takes a different perspective on this pice although being perhaps more liberal in it's interpretation.

  • Vivaldi: La Folia - the Sebastians

    9:31

    The Sebastians’s newest CD, Folia, was released October 20, at our NYC season premiere! For more information, visit

    Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741)
    Trio Sonata in D minor, RV 63, La Folia


    the Sebastians


    Daniel S. Lee and Nicholas DiEugenio, violin
    Ezra Seltzer, cello
    Jeffrey Grossman, harpsichord
    Charles Weaver, baroque guitar


    Videography: Four/Ten Media
    Audio: Studio Teo
    Audio Producer: Dongsok Shin

  • A. VIVALDI: «La Follia» Trio Sonata in D Minor Op.1/12 RV 63, LArte dellArco

    9:26

    Antonio Vivaldi

    «La Follia» Trio Sonata Op. 1 No. 12 in D Minor RV 63:
    I. Adagio . Andante. Allegro
    II. —.Adagio
    III. Adagio. Allegro

    L'Arte dell'Arco
    Federico Guglielmo [solo violin, direction]

  • Vivaldi - La Follia

    16:08

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  • A. VIVALDI: «La Follia» Trio Sonata in D Minor Op.1/12 RV 63, Musica Fiorita

    9:52

    Antonio Vivaldi

    «La Follia» Trio Sonata Op. 1 No. 12 in D Minor RV 63:
    I. Adagio - Andante - Allegro
    II. [no tempo indication] - Adagio - Vivace - Allegro - Larg[h]etto - Allegro
    III. Adagio - Allegro

    Musica Fiorita

    Leila Schayegh [violin]
    Daniela Dolci [harpsichord, direction]

  • New York Baroque Incorporated performs Vivaldis La Follia

    10:51

    Antonio Vivaldi (1678--1741) (arranged by Daniel S. Lee): Sonata in D minor, op. 1, no. 12 La Follia

    New York Baroque Incorporated is an unconducted orchestra of young players of baroque instruments in New York City, bringing the city vital, informed, and fresh performances of the great repertoire of the 17th and 18th centuries. NYBaroque.org

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    Musicians

    Recorder: Priscilla Smith
    Violin I: Daniel Lee, Tatiana Daubek, Dongmyung Ahn
    Violin II: Liv Heym, Joan Plana, Jude Ziliak
    Viola: Chiu-Chen Liu, Sam Park
    Cello: Ezra Seltzer, Léa Birnbaum
    Bass: Wen Yang
    Harpsichord: Jeffrey Grossman
    Bassoon: Clay Zeller-Townson

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  • Antonio Vivaldi, La Follia - Accademia degli Astrusi live in Berlin

    11:03

    Accademia degli Astrusi, Federico Ferri direttore. Regitrazione live alla Konzerthaus di Berlino, 15 ottobre 2010, nell'ambito dei Berliner Tage für Alte Musik. Alessandra Talamo, violino primo; Igor Cantarelli, violino secondo; Federico Ferri, violoncello e concertazione; Luca Bandini, violone; Daniele Proni, clavicembalo e organo; Stefano Rocco, tiorba e chitarra barocca. Riprese e montaggio video: Stefano Radaelli.

  • A.Vivaldi La Follia

    9:06



    28.02.2013, The house of Actors, Kiev
    Illia Bondarenko (11-year-old), violin
    Tetiana Zhmendak (11-year-old), violin
    Artem Poludenny, cello
    Elena Zhukova, harpsihord
    Andrey Malakhov, violin teacher&music director

    SUPPORTED BY
    Bohdan Hawrylyshyn Foundation, His Eminent Beatitude Lubomyr Husar and Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church, Oleh Bakhmatiuk and America Center for a European Ukraine, Morgan Williams and US-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), NGO Zentrum für Ukrainische Initiativen (Oleksandra Saienko, Austria-Ukraine), NGO Cultural Assembly (Ukraine), Ukraine-Japan Center of KPI behalf I. Sikorskyi, Ukraine's Cultural Diplomacy by MFA.

  • Vivaldi : La Follia 8K

    9:31

    Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (Italian: [anˈtɔːnjo ˈluːtʃo viˈvaldi]; 4 March 1678 – 28 July 1741) was an Italian[2] Baroque composer, virtuoso violinist, teacher and cleric. Born in Venice, he is recognized as one of the greatest Baroque composers, and his influence during his lifetime was widespread across Europe. He composed many instrumental concertos, for the violin and a variety of other instruments, as well as sacred choral works and more than forty operas. His best-known work is a series of violin concertos known as the Four Seasons.

    Many of his compositions were written for the all-female music ensemble of the Ospedale della Pietà, a home for abandoned children where Vivaldi (who had been ordained as a Catholic priest) was employed from 1703 to 1715 and from 1723 to 1740. Vivaldi also had some success with expensive stagings of his operas in Venice, Mantua and Vienna. After meeting the Emperor Charles VI, Vivaldi moved to Vienna, hoping for preferment. However, the Emperor died soon after Vivaldi's arrival, and Vivaldi himself died, in poverty, less than a year later.

  • Antonio Vivaldi - LA FOLLIA performed by the Dutch Mandolin Chamber Orchestra HET CONSORT

    11:03

    LA FOLLIA was composed in 1705 by ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741) and is heard here - in an arrangement for mandolin orchestra by Alex Timmerman - performed by the Dutch Mandolin Chamber Orchestra HET CONSORT conducted by Alex Timmerman.
    The video was made during a concert of HET CONSORT
    on October 27th, 2018, in the Goede Rede Concert Series
    in Almere Haven (NL).

    Thanks go to Pauline Verschuren-Ulderink, Aafke Zijlstra-Bakker and Jan Penninkhof and to Alex Timmerman for the editing of the videos into the Follia film.


    A video by
    HET CONSORT
    Netherlands
    October 2018

  • Vivaldi - La Follia

    9:30

  • Apollos Fire Performs Vivaldis La Folia

    6:51

    Members of Apollo's Fire, The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra perform Vivaldi's 'La Folia' live in the WQXR studio.

  • Vivaldi - techno variations on La Follia in D minor RV63

    9:01

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  • Barrios Guitar Quartet plays Antonio Vivaldi La Follia

    4:18


    The BARRIOS GUITAR QUARTET is considered one of the outstanding ensembles of the new generation. With their sensitive, dynamic and precise playing and unadorned virtuosity, these musicians are setting new standards for their genre. In the past years the BGQ has become an extraordinary creative force, its musicality further adding to the many different facets of classical guitar playing. a major voice in the world of guitar ensembles William Kanengiser (Los Angeles Guitar Quartet)

    Konzept und Realisation:
    Kamera, Regie: Tonio Kellner
    Regie, Schnitt: Jakob Zapf
    Location: Porticus Frankfurt

  • A.Vivaldi, La Folia, RV63. A=432hz.

    10:58

    А.Вивальди, трио-соната La Folia.
    Квартет 432 - Роберт Брем (скрипка), Екатерина Путря (барочная скрипка), Валерия Сакович (гитара), Тимур Колодяжный (виолончель).

    Quartet 432 - Robert Brem (violin), Ekaterina Putrya (baroque violin), Valeria Sakovich (guitar), Timur Kolodyazhnyy (cello).


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  • Vivaldi La Follia from Baltic Baroque/Grigori Maltizov

    6:48

    Live concert 17.5.7.Warsaw Royal Castle
    Ensemble BALTIC BAROQUE
    Musical Direction Grigori Maltizov
    Contact: BalticBaroque@vivaldi.ee

  • A. Vivaldi: La Follia

    9:50

    A. Vivaldi - La Follia
    LATERNA MAGICA
    Laura Pok & Nathalie Houtman, recorder
    Bernard Woltèche, cello
    Raphaël Collignon, harpsichord
    Concert in Concepcion - Festival Misiones de Chiquitos (Bolivia), May 2006

  • Antonio Vivaldi La Follia

    14:18

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Antonio Vivaldi La Follia · Baroque Fever

    Italian Fever

    ℗ 2005 Kok-ot Productions

    Released on: 2006-01-17

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Vivaldi - La Follia

    9:12

    Suonate da camera, a tre, due Violini e Violone o Cembalo, Op. 1

    Sonata Op.1 No12 en Re mineur RV 63 La Follia

  • Antonio Vivaldi: Variations on La Follia - Madness

    5:44

  • Vivaldi: La Folia

    10:57

    New Trinity Baroque (USA) performs Vivaldi's La Folia variations at Sastamala Gregoriana Festival, Finland, July 24, 2008. Featuring Carrie Krause and Adriane Post, violins, Andre O'Neill, cello, with Michael Fields, theorbo and Predrag Gosta, harpsichord

  • Antonio Vivaldi - La Follia Sonata No. 12, Op 1, Rv 63

    9:31

    Performers/Cd : Il Giardino Armonico

  • VIVALDI la Folia pour orchestre Camerata Latina

    9:05

    La folia d'Espagne, Libre adaptation pour orchestre par Mauricio Romero
    Camerata Latina (Collegium Musicus Latinité) Église Saint-Germain-des-Près Paris
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  • A. Vivaldi | La Follia - piano

    9:08

    Sonata Op. 1 n. 12 - RV 63 per due Violini e Basso
    Trascrizione per pianoforte

  • Vivaldi: Trio Sonata in D Minor La Folia, RV63

    9:41

    Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741)

    Variations on La Follia for two violins and basso continuo
    Op. 1 - No. 12, RV63

    Performed by Hesperion XXI & Jordi Savall

    Historically Informed Performance
    on Period Instruments

  • Vivaldi - La Follia - 432 Hz - Healing Frequency

    9:36

  • La Petite Bande - Vivaldi La Follia in D Minor RV63.mp4

    9:44

    La Follia - Vivaldi
    performed by La Petite Bande
    Players Vi I Makoto Akatsu / Vi II Sara Kuijken / Harpsichord : Benjamin Alard / Spalla : Sigiswald Kuijken

  • Antonio Vivaldi: La Follia

    10:03

    ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741)

    Trio sonata for two violins and basso continuo (Variations on La Follia) Op. 1 No. 12 RV63

    *La Folia is one of the oldest European musical themes. This chord progression has been put to music many times by composers such as Arcangelo Corelli, C.P.E. Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Allesandro Scarlatti, and Marin Marais.

  • Vivaldi: La Follia Trio Sonata for 2 Recorders and Continuo in Gmin

    10:37

    performed by: john west and mark welborn, recorders. glenna curren, baroque cello. travis hodgdon, harpsichord. oberlin college conservatory of music, fairchild chapel, november 30, 2010. excuse the video quality, as it is unimportant and no images, with the exception of those mined from the performers' facebook pages, are remotely relevant to the music.

  • Antonio Vivaldi: La Folia Trio Sonata - Eurasia Trio live

    5:58

    Trio Sonata in D minor, RV 63
    Live recording in Maastricht 25.05.2018
    -Eurasia Trio-
    Dimitri Astashka - violin
    Ekaterina Degtiareva - viola
    Stanislav Degtyarev - cello

  • 20181116-4-A. Vivaldi La Folia Theme & Variation

    7:11

    Cricket Chamber Orchestra is invited to perform at St. Elizabeth Church

  • La Folia

    2:55

    Alyssa 2012 Piano Recital.

  • Variations from Vivaldis La Folia

    7:33

    Wicked Music People at Opera Fest KL 2017

  • Kansas City Summerfest 2014 - Vivaldis La Folia

    11:14

    Every summer some of the area's great musicians gather to collaborate and present Summerfest...a month-long series of weekend Chamber Music concerts in Kansas City. This year's concerts will run weekends through August 3, 2014, with Saturday night performances at 7:30 at White Concert Hall on the UMKC campus, and Sunday afternoons at 3 at Country Club Christian Church on Ward Parkway. Four musicians from this year's festival came to our studios and performed Vivaldi's La Folia and Paul Reade's Suite from the Victorian Kitchen Garden. Those performing La Folia include violinists Mary Grant & Tony DeMarco; cellist Alex East and harpist Tabitha Reist-Steiner.

    Video Set List: Vivaldi's La Folia

    To listen to the entire recording and interview with Mark Edwards, visit:

    CREDITS
    Series Producer: Mark Edwards
    Audio Production: Jason Slote, Chubby Smith
    Videographer: Joanna Fewins
    Editor: Chubby Smith

  • Antonio Vivaldi - La Folia in D Minor RV63

    10:27

    Zеfira Valova - violin
    Svetlin Krachev - violin
    Kristiana Alipieva- cello
    Vasily Ilisavsky - cembalo
    Sofia,Bulgaria Hall 24.02.2016

  • A. Vivaldi: Sonata La Follia - Ensemble Oni Wytars live in Bielefeld, 18 Dec. 2013

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    A. Vivaldi: Sonata La Follia - Ensemble Oni Wytars - Live in Bielefeld, 18 Dec. 2013

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    Belinda Sykes, Jule Bauer & Gabriella Aiello: vocals
    Marco Ambrosini: Viola d'amore a chiavi (nyckelharpa)
    Katharina Dustmann: Percussion
    Carlo Rizzo: Tamburello
    Peter Rabanser: Baroque Guitar
    Michael Behringer: Organ
    Jane Achtman: Viola da gamba
    Riccardo Delfino: Hurdy Gurdy
    Jane Achtman: Viola da gamba
    Ian Harrison: Cornet

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