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AV 2228

Vivaldi: Concerto il Gran Mogal, RV 431a

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2011

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Adrian Chandler


Kate Bircher

Flute

La Serenissima



Record Label
Avie Records

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 8:09
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ANTONIO VIVALDI

   
 

Concerto Il Gran Mogal for Flute, Strings & continuo in D, RV 431a

8:10  
1 Allegro non molto 3:33
2 Larghetto 2:08
3 Allegro 2:28
   
 Kate Bircher Flute
 Adrian Chandler


Il Gran mogul was discovered in the National Archives of Scotland in Edinburgh, amongst the family papers of the Marquesses of Lothian. It is believed to have belonged to the flute -playing nobleman Lord Robert Kerr, son of the third Marquess of Lothian. it is thought he may have aquired it on a Grand Tour of Europe in the early 1700s.

The substantial three-movement concerto lasting approximately  ten minutes was discovered and authenticated by musicologist Andrew Wooley, and verified by world-renowned Vivaldi scholar Michael Talbot.

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