A. Scarlatti - Concerto Grosso

The term Baroque music shows a categorization of music composed in the seventeenth century and the first half of the eighteenth century, that equates to the spread of Baroque art. The use of the term baroque in music is fairly recent, and is traced back to a publication by the musicologist Curt Sachs in 1919. According to studies by Sachs, the musical production of the first decades of the seventeenth century shows, in all the nations of Europe, although in different forms, the emergence of genres and stylistic features typical "baroque" as ... more

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A. Scarlatti - Concerto Grosso in F minor - I. Grave
A. Scarlatti - Concerto Grosso in F minor - II. Allegro
A. Scarlatti - Concerto Grosso in F minor - III. Largo - Allemande
Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso in G minor Op.3 No.2 - I. Adagio
Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso in G minor Op.3 No.2 - II. Allegro
Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso in G minor Op.3 No.2 - III. Larghetto
Vivaldi - Concerto Grosso in G minor Op.3 No.2 - IV. Allegro
Composer Form Instrument Period
Antonio Vivaldi Concerto Orchestra Baroque

Antonio Vivaldi

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (nicknamed "The Red Priest" because of his red hair) was an Italian Baroque composer, priest, and virtuoso violinist, born ...
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