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NI 6149

Vivaldi - The Four Seasons

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2012

Originally recorded in 1999

Artists:

London Mozart Players



Venue:

St Silas Church, Chalk Farm, London, UK

1/2 Mar 1999

Producer:

Andrew Walton



Engineer:

Andrew Lang



Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 61:25
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ANTONIO VIVALDI

   
  Spring  
 

Concerto in E major, Op.8 No.1, RV269

 
1 Allegro 3:07
2 Largo e pianissimo 2:34
3 Danza pastorale. Allegro 3:43
   
   
  Summer  
 

Concerto in G minor, Op.8 No.2, RV315

 
4 Allegro 5:10
5 Adagio 2:17
6 Presto 2:40
   
  Autumn  
 

Concerto in F major, Op.8 No.3, RV293

 
7 Allegro 5:03
8 Adagio 2:07
9 La Caccia, Allegro 3:04
   
  Winter  
 

Concerto in F minor, Op.8 No.4, RV297

 
10 Allegro non molto 3:09
11 Largo e cantabile 1:40
12 Allegro 3:04
   
 

Concerto in D major for violin and double orchestra, RV582

 
  'The Assumption of the Virgin Mary'  
13 Allegro 5:04
14 Grave 1:47
15 Allegro 4:52
   
 

Concerto in C major for violin and double orchestra, RV 581

 
  'The Assumption of the Virgin Mary'  
16 Adagio e staccato - Allegro ma poco, poco 4:43
17 Largo 2:39
18 Allegro 4:42
   


Brilliant, unconventional and vain, it was Antonio Vivaldi’s boast that he could compose a complete concerto in less time than it took to copy out the parts. Ordained as a clergyman, he sported a head of flaming red hair that earned him the sobriquet ‘The red priest’. As a composer and virtuoso violinist he was famed throughout Europe.

"...Highly recommendable – dynamic and dramatic."

Dominy Clements - MusicWeb-International.com - 23 May 2012


“Compared with other leading modern-instrument versions .... Juritz’s account is markedly superior"

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“Refreshingly spontaneous ...among the most pleasing I’ve encountered ... Recommended, even to die-hard periodists”

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