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Vivaldi The 4 Seasons

Vivaldi The 4 Seasons

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2003

Artists:

Angela East

cello

Howard Beach

harpsichord

Piers Adams

recorders

Julia Bishop

violin

Red Priest

Chamber

Venue:

Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, NY, USA

Venue

Producer:

Ronn McFarlane

Producer

Engineer:

Craig Dory & Brian Peters

Engineer

Record Label
Red Priest Records

Genre:

Baroque


Early Music

Total Time - 49:40
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Vivaldi The 4 Seasons

A Colourful Reinvention of a Baroque Masterpiece
     
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ANTONIO VIVALDI

 

Concerto in E Major RV 269 'La Primavera' ('Spring')

 
1 i Allegro 3:38
2 ii Largo 2:44
3 iii Allegro 2:40
     
 

Concerto in G minor RV 315 'L'Estate' ('Summer')

 
4 i Allegro non moto 5:13
5 ii Adagio/Presto 2:10
6 iii Presto 2:45
     
 

Concerto in F Major RV 293 'L'Autumno' ('Autumn')

 
7 i Allegro 5:26
8 ii Adagio molto 1:31
9 iii Allegro 3:22
     
 

Concerto in F minor RV 297 'L'Inverno' ('Winter')

 
10 i Allegro non moto 3:06
11 ii Largo 2:58
12 iii Allegro 2:52
     
 

ARCANGELO CORELLI

 

The Christmas Concerto

 
13 i Vivace 0:09
14 ii Grave 1:10
15 iii Allegro 1:24
16 iv Adagio/Allegro/Adagio 2:59
17 v Vivace 1:26
18 vi Allegro 1:10
19 vii Pastorale 2:57
     
 Piers Adams recorders
 Julia Bishop violin
 Angela East cello
 Howard Beach harpsichord
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"If you think you know the Seasons, if you’ve heard it (or played it) far too often to ever want to hear it again – go straight out and buy this recording. Red Priest’s performance on this disc is passionate but criminal, drunken and disorderly, manic and demonic, outrageous yet compulsive…. This stuff is cheaper than cocaine, but there’s no way it should be legal." 

Early Music Today magazine


"This is a performance that the major labels have been striving to achieve (and failing miserably to accomplish): attempting to cross the classics with modern sensibilities. Red Priest plays this music with a sense of verve and élan, and, in the process, has created a true crossover recording." 

 
Soundstage - February 2004
 

"Red Priest is a group of very intelligent period instrument specialists with a red-hot wicked sense of humor... who irreverently and intelligently deconstruct these war horses and provide the listener an experience as fresh as a spring strawberry bursting on the roof of your mouth... A splendid baroque gift that will be praised as visionary and heretical in the same breath... Good show!" 

All About Jazz -  January 2003




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