More albums from Antonio Vivaldi: La Stravaganza, 12 Concertos, Op. 4 by Antonio Vivaldi. La Stravaganza 12 Concerti Op. Antonio Vivaldi: The Seasons, Op. 8 by Antonio Vivaldi. Adagio Pour Orchestre A Cordes & Orgue, Recitativo Du Concerto Op. XI N° 5, Concerto Pour 2 Trompettes, Concerto Pour Cordes En Ut Mineur by Antonio Vivaldi. Les Quatre Saisons by Antonio Vivaldi. Concertos By Bach, Vivaldi, Händel by Antonio Vivaldi. The Baroque Trumpet by Antonio Vivaldi. Concerto GrossoIn Re Minore, Serenata In Sol Magg.
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The lute concerto in D major, RV 93, is one of four works featuring the solo lute written by Antonio Vivaldi. Vivaldi wrote the piece in the 1730s, a period in which he wrote two of his other works featuring the lute, the trios for violin and lute in G minor and C major. The concerto is in three movements: Allegro. The first movement is in a fast tempo and begins with a ritornello played by the violins and then repeated by the solo lute
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He became Musical Director of the Pietà's institute in 1716 and was contracted to provide two concerti a month for the orchestra. Papers from the Pietà's history show that Vivaldi produced 140 concerti between 1723 and 1733. In 1714 Vivaldi took on the role of impresario of the theater Sant'Angelo in Venice, presenting "Orlando finto pazzo", "Nerone fatto Cesare" and, despite earlier censorship, "Arsilda Regina di Ponto" in which the female lead (Arsilda) falls in love with another woman (Lisea), who is disguised as a man.
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|Concerto In Mi Minore Per Violoncello, Archi E Basso Continuo
Transcription By – P. Bazelaire*, V. d'Indy*
|A1c||Lento Ed Espressivo (Alla Siciliana)||3:50|
|Concerto In La Maggiore Per Violino Principale, Violino, Archi E Basso Continuo "Per Eco" (PV 222)|
|Concerto In Do Maggiore Per Piccolo Flauto Diritto, Archi E Basso Continuo (PV 79)||(10:20)|
|Concerto In Re Minore Per Viola D'Amore, Liuto, Archi E Basso Continuo (PV 266)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor International GmbH
- Copyright (c) – Hans-Günter Klein
- Cello – Pierre Fournier (tracks: A1a to A1d)
- Classical Guitar – Narciso Yepes (tracks: B2a to B2c)
- Composed By – Vivaldi*
- Conductor – Rudolf Baumgartner
- Liner Notes – Hans-Günter Klein
- Liner Notes [Translated By] – M. G. Kölling-Bambini*
- Piccolo Flute – Hans-Martin Linde (tracks: B1)
- Strings – Festival Strings Lucerne
- Viola d'Amore – Monique Frasca-Colombier (tracks: B2a to B2c)
- Violin – Herbert Höver (tracks: A2a to A2c), Walter Prystawski (tracks: A2a to A2c)
NotesAlso released on cassette: 3335 200.
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- Other: D. P.
|2535 200||Antonio Vivaldi||Konzerte (LP, Comp)||Deutsche Grammophon||2535 200||Germany||1976|
|2535 200||Antonio Vivaldi||Concertos: Including The E Minor Cello Concerto (LP, Comp)||Deutsche Grammophon||2535 200||Germany||1976|
|3335 200||Vivaldi*||Konzerte (Cass, Comp, Dol)||Deutsche Grammophon||3335 200||Germany||1976|
|2535 200||Vivaldi*||Concertos (LP, Album, Comp)||Deutsche Grammophon||2535 200||UK||1976|
|25 35 200||Antonio Vivaldi||4 Conciertos Célebres (LP, RE)||Deutsche Grammophon||25 35 200||Spain||1981|