La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9

Antonio Vivaldi's Opus Four consists of a collection of a dozen concertos for violin, string orchestra, and basso continuo. Owing to some unusual and sometimes daring melodic and harmonic twists it carries the title La Stravaganza (The Extravaganza). The solo music includes a lot of melodic cantabile flights and also a lot of figural passagework that often rises to a virtuosic level. This concerto, cast in two official movements, is the most unorthodoxly organized of the collection. There is no initial ritornello. The soloist glides starts off the opening Allegro with ... more

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Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 1. No.2 in A major - Allegro-largo-allegro
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 2. No.3 in G minor - Allegro non molto
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 3. No.4 in E major - Allegro non molto
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 4. No.11 in C minor - Allegro-adagio-allegro
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 5. No.7 in B flat major - Allegro-largo
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 6. No.12 in B minor - Allegro non molto
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 7. No.5 in A minor - Adagio-presto-largo-allegro
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 8. No.1 in C major - Allegro-largo-allegro
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 9. No.6 in A major - Allegro-largo-allegro
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 10. No.8 in D minor - Allegro-largo-allegro
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 11. No.9 in B flat major - Allegro-largo
Vivaldi - La Cetra 12 Concerti Op.9 - 12. No.10 in G major - Allegro-largo
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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