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  • Listener’s Guide to Vivaldi Four Seasons Winter

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    Listener’s Guide to Vivaldi Four Seasons Winter · Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, G. Schwarz, Vivaldi Baroque Group

    The Four Seasons Vivaldi, Opus VIII, Nos. 1,2,3,4, Musically Speaking

    ℗ 2007 Delos International

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Four Seasons ~ Vivaldi

    42:00

    Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons
    Budapest Strings
    Bela Banfalvi, Conductor

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    Here are the times for the specific movements:
    Spring 0:00
    Summer 10:31
    Autumn 20:59
    Winter 32:48

    I hope you love this recording! It is my favorite one I've heard yet. Happy Listening!

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  • Vivaldi - Winter

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    Vivaldi - Winter (The Four Seasons)
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    Hope you enjoy my performance of the first movement from Vivaldi's Winter, from The Four Seasons.

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  • Four Seasons - Spring: 1st Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

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    Four Seasons - Spring: 1st Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

    Antonio Vivaldi composed the Four Seasons to represent, through several elements of music, various aspects of each of the seasons (as experienced in temperate regions). This video aims to explain to the listener what Vivaldi was attempting to express with music. Each movement of each season is associated with a sonnet; whether the sonnets were composed before the music or vice versa is still unknown, as is the author of the sonnets. The video features a rough translation of the sonnets (originally in Italian), synced up with the music.









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  • Vivaldi - Summer

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    Vivaldi - Summer (The Four Seasons)
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    Hope you enjoy my performance of the Presto from Vivaldi's Summer, from The Four Seasons.

    Outro: Vivaldi - Winter Mvt. 1

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  • Vivaldi - Spring

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    Vivaldi - Spring (The Four Seasons)
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    Hope you enjoy my performance of the first movement from Vivaldi's Spring, from The Four Seasons.

    Outro: Vivaldi - Winter Mvt. 1

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  • THE FOUR SEASONS OF VIVALDI ON ORGAN - XAVER VARNUS

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    01:05 Spring I. (Allegro)
    05:30 Spring II. (Largo e pianissimo sempre)
    10:01 Spring III. (Pastorale)

    16:22 Summer I. (Allegro non molto)
    24:41 Summer II. (Adagio e piano - Presto e forte)
    28:13 Summer III. (Presto)

    32:09 Autumn I. (Allegro)
    40:38 Autumn II. (Adagio molto)
    44:05 Autumn III. (Allegro)

    48:55 Winter I. (Allegro non molto)
    55:22 Winter II. (Largo)
    58:08 Winter III. (Allegro)

    Filmed on the Casavant Organ in the Church of St. George on the Hill in Toronto and on the Jemlich Organ in the Lichtenhagen Parish Church at Germany's Baltic Sea.

    One of the most important open questions in the instrumental transcription of another’s music is this: do we want to copy the original orchestration ideas of a musical piece to another instrument or orchestra, or do we create an entirely new musical dimension? I have always felt that the latter solution presents the real challenge. When Bach transcribed the Vivaldi concertos to organ and harpsichord, he was aware that these works were not the original orchestral pieces. One problem is that if the organ is played as fast as a string orchestra, it sounds grotesque, since the huge organ pipes need time to produce their sounds. On the other hand, the monumentality of the organ is so gripping that a chamber or symphonic orchestra is not able to match its sounds. In the same way we do not hear the original Beethoven symphonies or the Chaconne of Bach when listening to this music transcribed to piano by Liszt and Busoni, or the orchestral transcriptions of Bach’s organ works by Stokowski and Schoenberg. When I visited the great Vladimir Horowitz in his NYC home on Madison Avenue, he started to play one of the choral preludes of Bach in Busoni’s transcription. There is no doubt that Horowitz’s piano playing was certainly very far from the performing style of the Bach-era. On the other hand, we do not know much about the performing style of Bach. However, tears came to my eyes, and I felt, that far away, beyond the clouds an angel was flying over us. The first pages of the transcription of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons were handed to me by the divine Jean Guillou in Toronto, back in 1986. Through thirty long years I kept asking him if he would finish the work. Every time he promised to do so. On the day he passed away I knew that it was my turn to finish the job in his spirit, not forgetting that the pipe organ was the first synthesizer in the history of music. So, I would like to dedicate my humble recording to his loving memory. I’m most grateful to Rev. Michelle Childs-Ward, Dr. Gábor Fésüs, Mrs. Márta Gáncs, Miss Ran Kim, Mr. Balázs Bärnkopf, Mr. Márton Berendi, Thomasorganist Ullrich Böhme, Mr. Adam Gungl, Mr. Andreas Hain, Mr. Balázs Kralovánszky, Mr. Bruce Walker, Mr. Zoltán Osváth, Rev. Zoltán Vass and Mr. Frank Zimpel for their generous support. (Xaver Varnus)

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    Born in Budapest, his first piano teacher was Emma Németh, one of the last pupils of Claude Debussy. Xaver Varnus has played virtually every important organ in the world, including those in Bach's Thomaskirche in Leipzig (2014), Berliner Dom (2013), Notre-Dame (1981), Saint-Sulpice (2006) and Saint-Eustache (1996) in Paris, National Shrine in Washington, D.C. (1985), and Canterbury Cathedral (2004), as well as the largest existing instrument in the world, the Wanamaker Organ in Philadelphia (1985). His Quadruple Platinum Disc winning album From Ravel to Vangelis, released by Sony BMG in 2007, is the best-selling organ CD ever. As a Canadian citizen, Xaver Varnus resides in Berlin, Germany. Put simply, Varnus is a monster talent, every bit as stimulating and individual as the late Glenn Gould (The Globe & Mail, Canada's National Newspaper).

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  • Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons

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    Antonio Vivaldi The Four Seasons Full HD (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi Full Concert. Composed in 1723, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces of Baroque music. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, Winter is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas Summer evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement, which is why the movement is often dubbed Storm.
    The concertos were first published in 1725 as part of a set of twelve concerti, Vivaldi's Op. 8, entitled Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione (The Contest between Harmony and Invention). The first four concertos were designated Le quattro stagioni, each being named after a season. Each one is in three movements, with a slow movement between two faster ones. At the time of writing The Four Seasons, the modern solo form of the concerto had not yet been defined (typically a solo instrument and accompanying orchestra). Vivaldi's original arrangement for solo violin with string quartet and basso continuo helped to define the form.
    Die Vier Jahreszeite, Les Quatre Saisons compléter completare all movements
    English Chamber Orchestra
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 1 RV 269-1 - Allegro - Spring
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 1 RV 269-2 - Largo - Spring
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 1 RV 269-3 - Allegro - Spring
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 2 RV 315-1 - Allegro Non Molto - Allegro - Summer
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 2 RV 315-2 - Adagio - Summer
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 2 RV 315-3 - Presto - Summer
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 3 RV 293-1 - Allegro - Autumn
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 3 RV 293-2 - Molto Adagio - Autumn
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 3 RV 293-3 - Allegro - Autumn
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 4 RV 297-1 - Allegro Non Molto - Winter
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 4 RV 297-2 - Largo - Winter
    Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 4 RV 297-3 - Allegro - Winter
    Le quattro stagioni The Four Seasons (Vivaldi) Die Vier Jahreszeiten Las Cuatro Estaciones Classical Music compléter ganze Konzert von Vivaldi Full Concert Complete Music all movements greatest hits

  • VIVALDI The Four Seasons - Autumn

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    Autumn - The Four Seasons ANTONIO VIVALDI. On my channell you may also find Spring, Summer and Winter similar videos by the same performing artists..///// This concert is played by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players, music from Free Music. Archive////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ANTONIO VIVALDI The Four Seasons - This music was written earlier in 1727, came out in Amsterdam, Holland, The ordeal of harmony and invention. AUTUMN Concerto N.3 in F Major Op.8, RV 293 is divided into three mouvements: cheerful, adagio, cheerful. Beautiful sound effects of the nature changing from warm to could; I illustrated with colored red and yellow pictures in slide-show. /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// This concert is played by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players, from Free Music Archive.

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  • The Four Seasons - VIVALDI - FULL - Les Quatres Saisons

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    The Four Seasons (Vivaldi) by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players ( is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 International License (

    00:00:00 Spring
    00:10:42 Summer
    00:20:09 Autumn
    00:31:07 Winter

    Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (4 March 1678 – 28 July 1741) was an Italian 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 is known mainly for composing 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.

    The Four Seasons (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Composed circa 1720, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces in the Baroque music repertoire. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, Winter is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas Summer evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement, which is why the movement is often called Storm (as noted in the list of derivative works).

    Used in movies:

     The Four Seasons
       -- Marius et Jeannette

        Autumn, 3rd movt
       -- Banger Sisters
       -- A View to a Kill

        Autumn
       -- Exit to Eden
       -- A Modern Affair

        Spring, 1st movt
       -- Lost and Found
       -- Miami Rhapsody
       -- Out Cold
       -- Spy Game
       -- A View to a Kill

        Spring
       -- Flubber
       -- Up Close and Personal

        Summer, 3rd movt
       -- The Affair of the Necklace
       -- Suicide Kings

        Summer
       -- Pacific Heights

       Winter, 1st movt
       -- Tin Cup

        Winter, 2nd movt
       -- The Other Sister

        Winter, 3rd movt
       -- Salem's Lot
       -- A View to a Kill

  • Vivaldi Four Seasons: Summer , complete; Cynthia Freivogel & Voices of Music, RV 315 4K

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    Vivaldi's Concerto for solo baroque violin and strings in G Minor, Summer (L'Estate, RV 315), performed on original instruments by Cynthia Miller Freivogel and the Early Music ensemble Voices of Music. 4K, ultra high definition video. Special thanks to Meg Bragle!
    Vivaldi printed Italian sonnets for each of the Four Seasons. The original Italian is available as well as an English translation in the video: just click the CC button to turn them on and off or select the language.
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  • Antonio Vivaldi - Summer - The Four Seasons

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    The Four Seasons. Violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi composed at the beginning of the XVIII century.

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    **I'm talking about the recordings**

  • Vivaldi, Las cuatro estaciones

    42:01

    PLAYLIST | LISTA DE CANCIONES
    1. Concierto N°. 1 en mi mayor La primavera (La Primavera)
    I. Allegro (0:00)
    II. Largo e pianissimo sempre (3:43)
    III. Allegro pastorale (6:24)
    2. Concierto N°. 2 en sol menor L'estate (El Verano)
    I. Allegro non molto (10:47)
    II. Adagio e piano - Presto e forte (15:41)
    III. Presto (17:47)
    3. Concierto N°. 3 en fa mayor L'autunno (El Otoño)
    I. Allegro (20:59)
    II. Adagio molto (26:48)
    III. Alegro pastorale (28:57)
    4. Concierto N°. 4 en fa menor L'inverno (El Invierno)
    I. Allegro non molto (32:43)
    II. Largo (36:42)
    III. Allegro (38:58)

    El hecho de que Vivaldi fuera capaz de componer música imaginativa, original y maravillosamente fresca dentro de la estética restringida de la representación literal atestigua su extraordinaria habilidad como compositor y orquestador. Su logro en materia de pintura tonal en Las Cuatro Estaciones fue apreciado de inmediato por el público, la nobleza y la prensa.

    El concierto de La Primavera se convirtió en favorito de varios violinistas, y fue publicado en arreglos para organillo, museta y flauta. En los días anteriores a los derechos de autor, apropiarse de la obra de un compositor era un acto de homenaje, no de latrocinio. De este modo, Michel Corrette le hizo un gran cumplido a La Primavera al transformarla en una gran composición sacra, como lo hizo Jean Jacques Rousseau en su improbable mutación de la pieza en un solo para flauta.

    La popularidad de Las Cuatro Estaciones naturalmente impresionó a los compositores posteriores. Es por eso que estos conciertos contribuyeron en gran medida al creciente interés por la música descriptiva de la naturaleza y de la vida campestre. La tradición pastoral culminó con Las Estaciones de Haydn y la Sinfonía Pastoral de Beethoven.
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    Estudios científicos afirman que es capaz de modular nuestro estado anímico conduciéndonos a la alegría, así mismo ha resultado beneficiosa en los postoperatorios que siguen a un trasplante ya que es capaz de reducir la ansiedad, el dolor y las náuseas, influye incluso positivamente en nuestro sistema nervioso parasimpático.

    La música clásica en un buen antídoto contra el estrés y es capaz de mejorar nuestro rendimiento. Recientes estudios sobre el conocido “efecto Mozart” atestiguan que escuchar piezas del célebre compositor mejoraría el razonamiento espacio-temporal y la memoria a corto plazo, por lo que también se ha empleado para fomentar el desarrollo cerebral de los niños y de los estudiantes de idiomas, ya que a nivel cognitivo facilita y es muy utilizada en el aprendizaje de nuevos idiomas.

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  • Las Cuatro Estaciones de Vivaldi para Guitarra | La Primavera I. Allegro

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    Hoy estoy muy contenta porque tenía muchísimas ganas de estrenar este vídeo que he hecho para ustedes con un arreglo para guitarra que compuse sobre el movimiento I. Allegro de La Primavera de Las Cuatro Estaciones de Antonio Vivaldi. Podéis adquirir las partituras y tablaturas en mi web:
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  • Vivaldi - Four seasons - Winter

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    Grzegorz Kosiński - Winter from 'The four seasons' (Antonio Lucio Vivaldi). Full version. Arranged and performed by Grzegorz Kosinski for 1-9 bass guitars (Conklin Groove Tools), and Spector bass.

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    1 TELEMANN - Viola Concerto in G Major, TWV 51:G9: I. Largo 00:00
    2 TELEMANN - Viola Concerto in G Major, TWV 51:G9: IV. Presto 03:33
    3 STAMITZ - Sinfonia Concertante in D Major: II. Romanza 06:38
    4 LITVINOVSKY - Suite for Strings “Le Grand Cahier”: I. La Foret et la Riviere 13:13
    5 LITVINOVSKY - Suite for Strings “Le Grand Cahier”: VI. Le Bain 15:59
    6 LITVINOVSKY - Suite for Strings “Le Grand Cahier”: VIII. Theatre 18:12
    7 TCHAIKOVSKY - Symphony No. 6 in B Minor, Op. 74 Pathétique: II. Allegro con grazia 20:54
    8 TCHAIKOVSKY - Serenade for Strings, Op. 48: II. Valse 28:51
    9 MENDELSSOHN - Songs Without Words, Book 1, Op. 19b: No. 1, Andante con moto 32:37
    10 MOZART - Flute and Harp Concerto in C Major, K. 299: II. Andantino 36:27
    11 CORELLI - Concerto Grosso No. 1 in D Major, Op. 6: I. Largo 44:36
    12 VIVALDI - String Concerto in G Minor, RV 152: II. Andante molto 47:33
    13 VIVALDI - Concerto for Strings & Continuo in C Major, RV 113: II. Grave 49:23
    14 SCHUMANN - Kinderszenen, Op. 15: No. 7, Träumerei 51:09
    15 CORELLI - Concerto Grosso No. 9 in F Major, Op. 6
    I. Preludio. Largo 54:08
    II. Allemanda. Allegro 56:16
    III. Corrente. Vivace 59:11
    IV. Gavotta. Allegro 1:01:05
    16 SIBELIUS - Andante Festivo 1:02:09
    17 SAINT-SAENS - The Carnival of the Animals: XIII, The Swan 1:06:15
    18 TRAD. - Greensleves (with variations) 1:08:54
    19 PUCCINI - Tosca: Vissi d’Arte (instrumental version) 1:12:22
    20 MENDELSSOHN - Songs Without Words, Book 2, Op. 30: No. 6, Venetian Boat Song 1:15:01
    21 SCHUBERT - Four Impromptus, Op. 90, D. 899: No. 3 in G-Flat Major (Live Recording) 1:18:34
    22 GRIEG - Holberg Suite, Op. 40
    II. Sarabande 1:24:41
    III. Gavotte 1:28:23
    23 VIVALDI - The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 4, RV 297 Winter: II. Largo 1:31:37
    24 VIVALDI - The Four Seasons, Concerto No. 1, RV 269 Spring: II. Largo e pianissimo sempre 1:33:35
    25 TCHAIKOVSKY - The Seasons, Op. 37b
    No. 1, January. By the Fireside 1:35:58
    No. 6, June. Barcarolle 1:41:17
    26 PROKOFIEV - Suite No. 2 from Romeo and Juliet, Op. 64ter: No. 3, Friar Laurence 1:46:33
    27 VERDI - Un Ballo in Maschera: Saper vorreste (instrumental version) 1:48:42
    28 MOZART - Le Nozze di Figaro: Voi che sapete (instrumental version) 1:50:48
    29 GALUPPI - Piano Sonata No. 5 in C Major: I. Andante (Live Recording) 1:53:02
    30 MOZART - Rondò in D Major, K. 485 (Live Recording) 1:58:14

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    9, 14, 20, 21, 25, 29, 30: Vadim Chaimovich (solo piano)
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    11 & 15: Kiev Chamber Orchestra, Liviu Buiuc
    12, 13: Kaunas Chamber Orchestra, Marek Tracz (12), Silvano Frontalini (13)
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    18: Duo.Hansen: Julia (violin) and Adam (cello)
    19: Ukrainian Philharmonic Orchestra, Silvano Frontalini
    23, 24: Yuliya Lebedenko (violin), Metamorphose String Orchestra, Pavel Lyubomudrov
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  • Antonio Vivaldi - Storm

    2:58

    Antonio Lucio Vivaldi - Storm, From the book The Four Seasons
    (Tormenta, De la obra Las cuatro estaciones)


    Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (Venecia, 4 de marzo de 1678 - Viena, 28 de julio de 1741). Compositor del Barroco tardío, apodado il prete rosso (el cura rojo) por ser sacerdote y pelirrojo. Compuso unas 770 obras, entre las cuales se cuentan 477 conciertos y 46 óperas.

    Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (Venice, March 4, 1678 - Vienna, July 28, 1741). Late Baroque composer, nicknamed il Prete Rosso (The Red Priest) for being red-haired priest. He composed about 770 works, among which 477 have concerts and 46 operas.

  • Vivaldi Winter from the Four Seasons, with accompanying text

    9:06

    Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons - performed by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players. Under license CC BY-SA 3.0

    I put together Vivaldi's Four Seasons with the accompanying lyrics (or sonnets, rather) and some fitting artworks. I feel the music becomes even more rich if one follows the text in the sonnets. Now you can see what Four Seasons is all about!

    If you like the music, endorse the performers by purchasing their recording!

    The Four Seasons (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Composed in 1723, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces of Baroque music. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, Winter is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas Summer evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement, which is why the movement is often dubbed Storm.

    The concertos were first published in 1725 as part of a set of twelve concerti, Vivaldi's Op. 8, entitled Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione (The Contest between Harmony and Invention). The first four concertos were designated Le quattro stagioni, each being named after a season. Each one is in three movements, with a slow movement between two faster ones. At the time of writing The Four Seasons, the modern solo form of the concerto had not yet been defined (typically a solo instrument and accompanying orchestra). Vivaldi's original arrangement for solo violin with string quartet and basso continuo helped to define the form.

    from: Wikipedia

  • Vivaldi Autumn from the Four Seasons with TEXT from the sonnet

    11:11

    Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons - performed by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players. Under license CC BY-SA 3.0

    I put together Vivaldi's Four Seasons with the accompanying lyrics (or sonnets, rather) and some fitting artworks. I feel the music becomes even more rich if one follows the text in the sonnets. Now you can see what Four Seasons is all about!

    If you like the music, endorse the performers by purchasing their recording!

    The Four Seasons (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Composed in 1723, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces of Baroque music. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, Winter is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas Summer evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement, which is why the movement is often dubbed Storm.

    The concertos were first published in 1725 as part of a set of twelve concerti, Vivaldi's Op. 8, entitled Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione (The Contest between Harmony and Invention). The first four concertos were designated Le quattro stagioni, each being named after a season. Each one is in three movements, with a slow movement between two faster ones. At the time of writing The Four Seasons, the modern solo form of the concerto had not yet been defined (typically a solo instrument and accompanying orchestra). Vivaldi's original arrangement for solo violin with string quartet and basso continuo helped to define the form.

    from: Wikipedia

  • Four Seasons - Winter: 1st Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

    3:35

    Four Seasons - Winter: 1st Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

    Antonio Vivaldi composed the Four Seasons to represent, through several elements of music, various aspects of each of the seasons (as experienced in temperate regions). This video aims to explain to the listener what Vivaldi was attempting to express with music. Each movement of each season is associated with a sonnet; whether the sonnets were composed before the music or vice versa is still unknown, as is the author of the sonnets. The video features a rough translation of the sonnets (originally in Italian), synced up with the music.





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  • Four Seasons - Summer: 1st Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

    5:10

    Four Seasons - Summer: 1st Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

    Antonio Vivaldi composed the Four Seasons to represent, through several elements of music, various aspects of each of the seasons (as experienced in temperate regions). This video aims to explain to the listener what Vivaldi was attempting to express with music. Each movement of each season is associated with a sonnet; whether the sonnets were composed before the music or vice versa is still unknown, as is the author of the sonnets. The video features a rough translation of the sonnets (originally in Italian), synced up with the music.









  • Four Seasons - Summer: 3rd Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

    2:44

    Four Seasons - Summer: 3rd Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

    Antonio Vivaldi composed the Four Seasons to represent, through several elements of music, various aspects of each of the seasons (as experienced in temperate regions). This video aims to explain to the listener what Vivaldi was attempting to express with music. Each movement of each season is associated with a sonnet; whether the sonnets were composed before the music or vice versa is still unknown, as is the author of the sonnets. The video features a rough translation of the sonnets (originally in Italian), synced up with the music.





  • Vivaldi Four Seasons - with sonnets text and art to enhance the experience!

    40:25

    Vivaldi Four Seasons - performed by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players. Under license CC BY-SA 3.0

    I put together Vivaldi's Four Seasons with the accompanying lyrics (or sonnets, rather) and some fitting artworks. I feel the music becomes even more rich if one follows the text in the sonnets. Now you can see what Four Seasons is all about!

    If you like the music, endorse the performers by purchasing their recording!

    The Four Seasons (Le quattro stagioni) are made up of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi, composed in 1723. They may be very well be called Vivaldi's greatest hit. Most people don't know that Vivaldi also added an accompanying sonnet text in the score that describes what the music is painting in each movement.

    The four seasons are based around the common baroque concerto form, perfected by Vivaldi. Each concerto is made up of three movements, one fast, one slow and one fast. The four seasons are a type of concerto grosso, where soloist(s) are playing together with a small orchestra. (OK baroque orchestras were small back then.)

    I hope my little contribution will be enjoyable. I have also created videos where the sonnet text appears at the exact moments it's written in the score. Check out my videos of each respective season on my channel, or go to my Vivaldi Four Seasons playlist.

    Ciao!

  • APO Unwrap Vivaldis Four Seasons - Summer & Winter

    50:21

    This educational resource sees presenter/Conductor Peter Thomas go behind the scenes of Vivaldi's famous Four Season's - Summer & Winter and explains the stories within the music.

  • Vivaldis Four Seasons with Kati Debretzeni, pt1: In Depth

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  • VIVALDI - Winter Allegro non molto, winter 1st movement

    3:50

    Listen to Vivaldi´s Winter first movement while enjoying an animation about it. The winter is one part of the Four Seasons, the most important work of Antonio Vivaldi, a group of four concertos, titled each with the names of the year´s seasons.
    Vivaldi was an italian composer of the baroque period. He was known as il prete rosso, the red priest, because he was ginger and worked for the catholic church. He was born and lived in Venice all his life, except for his final years, when he moved to Vienna.
    Learn about Vivaldi and discover the true meaning of the Four Seasons
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  • Top songs by Vivaldi ♫ The Four Seasons - Antonio Vivaldi ♪ Classical Music ♫

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    Concerto No. 1 in E major, Op. 8, RV 269, Spring (La primavera)

    Allegro (in E major)
    Largo e pianissimo sempre (in C♯ minor)
    Allegro pastorale (in E major)

    Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 8, RV 315, Summer (L'estate)

    Allegro non molto (in G minor)
    Adagio e piano - Presto e forte (in G minor)
    Presto (in G minor)

    Concerto No. 3 in F major, Op. 8, RV 293, Autumn (L'autunno)

    Allegro (in F major)
    Adagio molto (in D minor)
    Allegro (in F major)

    Concerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297, Winter (L'inverno)

    Allegro non molto (in F minor)
    Largo (in E♭ major)
    Allegro (in F minor)

    The Four Seasons (Vivaldi) by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.

    The Four Seasons (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Composed in 1723, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces of Baroque music. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, Winter is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas Summer evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement, which is why the movement is often dubbed Storm.

    The concertos were first published in 1725 as part of a set of twelve concerti, Vivaldi's Op. 8, entitled Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione (The Contest between Harmony and Invention). The first four concertos were designated Le quattro stagioni, each being named after a season. Each one is in three movements, with a slow movement between two faster ones. At the time of writing The Four Seasons, the modern solo form of the concerto had not yet been defined (typically a solo instrument and accompanying orchestra). Vivaldi's original arrangement for solo violin with string quartet and basso continuo helped to define the form.

    source: Wikipedia

  • Nigel Kennedy plays Spring from Vivaldis The Four Seasons at the 2013 BBC Proms

    2:30

    BBC Proms 2013 from the Royal Albert Hall, London.

    Nigel Kennedy plays 'Spring' from Vivaldi's The Four Seasons with Palestine Strings and Members of the Orchestra of Life as part of Prom 34.

    This concert was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3, scheduled for broadcast on BBC Four 7.30pm on 23 August 2013 and is available on-demand for seven days after broadcast. Radio 3 is streamed in HD sound online.

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  • Vivaldis The Four Seasons REMIX by Drumr828 - Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter - ℗ 2017 Drumr828

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  • Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

    58:46

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    Composer: Antonio Vivaldi
    Artists: La Magnifica Comunitá, Enrico Casazza (violin and concert master)

    Vivaldi’s Four Seasons is one of the world’s most popular and widely recorded collections of music, a set that instantly became an international hit after it was first published at part of the composer’s Op.8 in 1725. No doubt it was its imitative directness – extra musical occurrences/phenomena evoked in an extremely suggestive manner and even written into the score, such as ‘the barking dog’ or ‘the drunkards’ sleep’ etc. – that caused such as sensation in its time, effortlessly bridging the gap between the salons of the highborn and the alehouses of the lowly. Today nothing has changed: the concertos are performed both by great violin virtuosos and famous hard rockers; they are works that are constantly being presented in new guises through the re-imagining and re-working of the musical score. This is an extremely infectious performance by early music specialists La Magnifica Comunitá.

    00:00:00 Concerto in E, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 269, F. I/22, ‘La primavera (Spring): I. Allegro
    00:03:26 Concerto in E, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 269, F. I/22, ‘La primavera (Spring): II. Allegro e pianissimo sempre
    00:05:46 Concerto in E, Op. 8 No. 1, RV 269, F. I/22, ‘La primavera (Spring): III. Danza pastorale: Allegro
    00:09:37 Concerto in G Minor, Op. 8 No. 2, RV 315, F. I/23, ‘l’estate’ (Summer): I. Allegro non molto
    00:15:23 Concerto in G Minor, Op. 8 No. 2, RV 315, F. I/23, ‘l’estate’ (Summer): II. Adagio – Presto
    00:17:39 Concerto in G Minor, Op. 8 No. 2, RV 315, F. I/23,‘l’estate’ (Summer): III. Presto
    00:20:30 Concerto in F, Op. 8 No. 3, RV 293, F. I/24, Lautunno (Autumn): I. Allegro
    00:25:27 Concerto in F, Op. 8 No. 3, RV 293, F. I/24, Lautunno (Autumn): II. Adagio
    00:28:30 Concerto in F, Op. 8 No. 3, RV 293, F. I/24, Lautunno (Autumn): III. Allegro
    00:31:44 Concerto in F Minor, Op. 8 No. 4, RV 297, F. I/25, ‘L’inverno’ (Winter): I. Allegro non molto
    00:35:00 Concerto in F Minor, Op. 8 No. 4, RV 297, F. I/25, ‘L’inverno’ (Winter): II. Largo
    00:37:05 Concerto in F Minor, Op. 8 No. 4, RV 297, F. I/25, ‘L’inverno’ (Winter): III. Allegro
    00:40:12 Concerto in E-Flat, Op. 8 No. 5, RV 253, F. I/26, ‘La tempesta di mare’: I. Presto
    00:43:01 Concerto in E-Flat, Op. 8 No. 5, RV 253, F. I/26, ‘La tempesta di mare’: II. Largo
    00:45:48 Concerto in E-Flat, Op. 8 No. 5, RV 253, F. I/26, ‘La tempesta di mare’: III. Presto
    00:49:24 Concerto in C, Op. 8 No. 6, RV 180, F. I/27, Il piacere: I. Allegro
    00:52:35 Concerto in C, Op. 8 No. 6, RV 180, F. I/27, Il piacere: II. Largo e cantabile
    00:55:49 Concerto in C, Op. 8 No. 6, RV 180, F. I/2, Il piacere: III. Allegro

  • ♫ Best of Vivaldi - Four Seasons ♫

    15:59

    Antonio Vivaldi composed The Four Seasons ('Le quattro stagioni' in its original Italian) in 1723. It is a set of 4 violin concertos that propose an early form of descriptive music: for example, Winter makes prominent use of pizzicato notes in high registers, whereas Summer evokes a storm in its final movement. The work was first presented as part of Op. 8, being later catalogued as RV 269, 315, 293 & 297. The Four Seasons remain very popular to this day, some of its concertos spawning a great number of derivative works, whereas thousands of recordings of the original pieces have been made. It is still debated if Vivaldi wrote this concerto to accompany four sonnets that may have been written by himself.

    Performer: John Harrison

  • Vivaldi Spring from Four Seasons, with text

    10:27

    Antonio Vivaldi - Four Seasons - performed by John Harrison with the Wichita State University Chamber Players. Under license CC BY-SA 3.0

    I put together Vivaldi's Four Seasons with the accompanying lyrics (or sonnets, rather) and some fitting artworks. I feel the music becomes even more rich if one follows the text in the sonnets. Now you can see what Four Seasons is all about!

    If you like the music, endorse the performers by purchasing their recording!

    The Four Seasons (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Composed in 1723, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces of Baroque music. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, Winter is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas Summer evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement, which is why the movement is often dubbed Storm.

    The concertos were first published in 1725 as part of a set of twelve concerti, Vivaldi's Op. 8, entitled Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione (The Contest between Harmony and Invention). The first four concertos were designated Le quattro stagioni, each being named after a season. Each one is in three movements, with a slow movement between two faster ones. At the time of writing The Four Seasons, the modern solo form of the concerto had not yet been defined (typically a solo instrument and accompanying orchestra). Vivaldi's original arrangement for solo violin with string quartet and basso continuo helped to define the form.

    from: Wikipedia

  • Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons

    41:45

    -All- The Four Seasons. Violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi composed at the beginning of the XVIII century.

    Spring 0:00
    Summer 10:27
    Autumn 21:36
    Winter 32:21

    No copyright infringement intended. The rights of this song go to their respective owners.
    **I'm talking about the recordings**

  • ITZHAK PERLMAN - WINTER FROM VIVALDIS FOUR SEASONS - ALLEGRO NON MOLTO - PART 1/3

    3:37

    WINTER FROM FOUR SEASONS

  • Vivaldi, four seasons, the Summer - busking in the streets of London, UK

    2:33

    Violin Concerto. Talented and entertaining quintet performing Vivaldi's summer out of the four seasons. Covent Garden is not only very beautiful, but also has an amazing acoustic. This piece has also been interpreted by Vanessa Mae in 1998, and reached a new and younger audience.

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  • Vivaldis Four Seasons: Spring | Epic Trailer Version

    3:31

    Check out our epic cover of Vivaldi's Four Seasons: Spring. Another epic classical for you guys today, one that has been requested a few times as well. Enjoy!!

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    Artist: L'Orchestra Cinématique
    Writer: Antonio Lucio Vivaldi
    Label: Chapel Music
    Publisher: N2K Publishing Limited

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  • Anne Akiko Meyers Summer from Vivaldis Four Seasons

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    Watch Anne Akiko Meyers play Summer from Vivaldi's Four Seasons, From her new album 'The Four Seasons-The Vivaldi Album available on eOne Records. The English Chamber Orchestra with David Lockington, conductor. Produced by Molina Visuals, Susan Napodano DelGiorno and Silas Brown.

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  • Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

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    This is I. Musici's performance of Antonio Vivaldi's the Four Seasons, converted to 432 Hz by myself.
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  • Four Seasons - Autumn: 3rd Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

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    Four Seasons - Autumn: 3rd Movement | Vivaldi Explained 2.0

    Antonio Vivaldi composed the Four Seasons to represent, through several elements of music, various aspects of each of the seasons (as experienced in temperate regions). This video aims to explain to the listener what Vivaldi was attempting to express with music. Each movement of each season is associated with a sonnet; whether the sonnets were composed before the music or vice versa is still unknown, as is the author of the sonnets. The video features a rough translation of the sonnets (originally in Italian), synced up with the music.





  • Vivaldis Four Seasons - Winter, Allegro | Choreography by Henri Oguike

    3:52

    In February 2013 we collaborated with Choreographer Henri Oguike on a bold new interpretation of Vivaldi's seminal Four Seasons, fusing cutting-edge contemporary dance with period performance. Playing to 3 sold-out performances at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the result was a hit with audiences and critics alike Here's a taster of the event with the Allegro from Winter.

    Kati Debretzeni - director/violin
    Henri Oguike - choreographer
    Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and the Henri Oguike Company

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  • Vivaldi - The Four Seasons Winter / Le Quattro Stagioni Linverno

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    Antonio Vivaldi (1678~1741)

    《Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione》Op.8

    - Le Quattro Stagioni -

    Concerto No.4 L'inverno in fa minore, RV 297
    (per Violino, Archi e Basso Continuo)

    00:00 - I. Allegro non molto
    02:58 - II. Largo
    04:52 - III. Allegro


    Giuliano Carmignola (Baroque Violin)

    Venice Baroque Orchestra
    Andrea Marcon (conductor)



    - The Four Seasons, version of the manuscript by Vivaldi -

    Antonio Vivaldi's 12 violin concertos Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione Op.8 of the collection that contains The Four Seasons as 4 concertos. In preparing this recording Giuliano Carmignola and Andrea Marcon has worked not from the familiar published edition of 1725 in Amsterdam but largely from manuscripts preserved in libraries in Turin, Dresden and Manchester.

    The stylistic freedom (and technical difficulty) of these unpublished versions offer fascinating insights into Vivaldi's own working methods and reveal surprisingly differences to their printed counterparts.

    In comparison with other extant versions, the Manchester Four Seasons display a freedom and spirit of harmonic experimentation which, for Carmignola and Marcon, provide the key to the works interpretation.

    The published Amsterdam version contains less madness than the original versions. By performing the original versions we reveal a recklessness that is much closer to Vivaldi's own personality.

  • London Concertante - Vivaldi The Four Seasons

    2:57

    Highlights from London Concertante's performance at Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff - November 2017.

    Soloist: Ben Norris





    Video Footage: Jack Sun (Yu Sun), Film MA Bristol University. Captured 25/11/17

  • Kyung Wha Chung plays Vivaldi The Four Seasons

    46:27

    1997 marked Kyung-Wha Chung's 30th anniversary of her international debut. She celebrated the occasion with a series of concerts in her homeland, the UK and Japan. A part of the program was playing with and conducting the chamber orchestra she organized herself for the occasion, a format she had already tried in the early 80's.
    Later in the same year, she brought back the program in Seoul, Korea, specially for the younger audience with much lower ticket price than usual. This video records the concert.

    Here, she's playing Vivaldi's Four Seasons

    *Re-upload of the old material, but now in one chunk with improved audio and visual quality.

    SPRING
    I. Allegro 0:28
    II. Largo e pianissimo sempre 4:15
    III. Allegro pastorale 7:00

    SUMMER
    I. Allegro non molto 11:45
    II. Adagio e piano - Presto e forte 17:11
    III. Presto 19:25

    AUTUMN
    I. Allegro 22:38
    II. Adagio molto 28:36
    III. Allegro 32:10

    WINTER
    I. Allegro non molto 35:50
    II. Largo 39:15
    III. Allegro 41:15

    * Playlist of this concert's full program:

  • Antonio Vivaldi- The Four Seasons- Spring- Allegro

    3:16

    Recorded in 1957 in Vienna.
    Violinist Jan Tomasow, and Anton Heiller on Continuo.
    Played by I Solisti Di Zagreb, conducted by Antonio Janigro.

  • The Four Seasons, Spring, 1st mvt, A.Vivaldi

    3:45

    Arranged and performed by Emre Sabuncuoglu. Copyright © 2015 Los Angeles Guitar Academy Publishing. All rights reserved.
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  • Vivaldi - Spring - The Four Seasons PIANO SOLO P. Barton, FEURICH 218

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    Recorded with the harmonic pedal only.





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  • The Four Seasons, Autumn, 1st mvt, A.Vivaldi

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    Arranged and performed by Emre Sabuncuoglu. Copyright © 2015 Los Angeles Guitar Academy Publishing. All rights reserved.
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  • Vivaldis Four Seasons: Autumn III - Allegro, by Sinfonity

    3:39

    Concerto No. 3 in F major, Op. 8, RV 293, L'autunno also known as the Danza Pastorale (Autumn)
    Live recorded in Madrid

  • Julia Fischer - Antonio Vivaldi The Four Seasons HD

    10:59

    Concerto No.2 in G minor, Op.8, RV 315, L'estate (Summer)
    i.Allegro non molto
    ii. Adagio e piano -- Presto e forte
    iii. Presto

  • Vivaldi - The Four Seasons - Violin Concerto in F Minor, RV 297, “Winter”, I. Allegro Non Molto

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    One of Vivaldis world-famose Violin Concert framed by nature shots.
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