Concerto for 2 Flutes in C major, RV 533

It is believed that Vivaldi began his flute works in the late 1720's, after Johann Joachim Quantz's tour. This concerto un particular resorts to the fast-slow-fast movement structure, makes use of the ritornello form and has a lighthearted temperament. Of the nearly 50 concertos that he wrote for two soloists and orchestra, this is the only one for two flutes.

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RecordingConcerto for 2 Flutes in C major, RV 533 - III. AllegroFavoriteDownload
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