51-60 of 89 videos of music composed by Antonio Vivaldi

Four Seasons (Spring)
Four Seasons (Spring) part of a four-movement piece by Antonio Vivaldi. original footages were taken from various sources and do not belong to me, I only put the clips and music together.
Itzhak Perlman-Violin Concerto in A minor,RV 356 Op 3 No 6
Itzhak Perlman-Violin Concerto in A minor,RV 356 Op 3 No 6 concerto scritto da Antonio Vivaldi suonato da Itzhak Perlman,il violinista piu grande al mondo.
Antonio Vivaldi-The Four Seasons-Summer
Antonio Vivaldi-The Four Seasons-Summer Summer From the Four Seasnos.
Antonio Vivaldi (bookings:
Antonio Vivaldi (bookings: Alexander Hrustevich For bookings or CD's contact:
Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto in D Major, Allegro,
Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto in D Major, Allegro, Concerto in D Major - Allegro - Antonio Vivaldi performed by Eric Henderson. At thirteen, Eric was invited to Spain to become one of only three people to study privately with master guitarist Andres Segovia. Henderson spent four years in Spain learning the intricacies of the classical guitar, while playing as much as 12 hours a day. Eric Henderson has studied guitar with Christopher Parkening, Angel Romero, Ernesto Bitetti, Emilio Pujol and Antonia Morales. He has studied Baroque interpretation with Ton Koopman and Henk Dekker, and theory and composition with Aureo Hererro. While he was in Spain he also had the honor of studying with the composer Federico Moreno Torroba, perfecting the interpretation of Torroba's Sonatina in A. Antonio Lucio Vivaldi who was nicknamed "il Prete Rosso" ("The Red Priest"), was a Baroque composer and Venetian priest. He was also a famous virtuoso violinist. Antonio Vivaldi was born and raised in the Republic of Venice. Website: My Space You Tube:
Vivaldi, Winter, Four Seasons (Allegro), with animated score
Vivaldi, Winter, Four Seasons (Allegro), with animated score The first movement of Antonio Vivaldi's "Winter" (from The Four Seasons)), performed by the orchestra of the US Air Force Band, accompanied by an animated score.FAQ Q: Where can I get free sheet music of this piece (opus 8 #4, RV297)? A: Here Q: How did you get the animation synchronized with the recording? A: First I entered the score into the notation program Sibelius. Then, I made a half-speed version of the recording (with the Amazing Slow-Downer software), and adjusted the notation to match (added the ornaments, shortened notes, mistakes made by the performers, etc). Then, while listening to the half-speed recording, I recorded a MIDI click-track. Finally, I fed the score and the click-track into some software I wrote, which adjusted the timings of score to match the click-track. The adjusted version of the score is what my animation software takes as input. Q: Is there a way I could make the bar-graph scores myself? A: The Music Animation Machine MIDI file player will generate this display; you can get the (Windows) software here: There are lots of places on the web where you can get MIDI files; I usually go to the Classical Archives site first: Q: Why don't you show the notes of the harpsichord? A: There are various reasons, some aesthetic, some practical, some conceptual. Vivaldi did not write a harpsichord part; it was the practice at the time for the harpsichord player to improvise a part from the bass line ...
ALISON BALSOM - VIVALDI: Violin Concerto in A minor (clip)
ALISON BALSOM - VIVALDI: Violin Concerto in A minor (clip) ORDER YOUR COPY HERE: ...Following the popular and critical international success of her Haydn and Hummel concertos recording, Alison Balsom has recorded a programme of Italian Baroque concertos. In this new recording, Balsom, the 2009 & 2011 Classical BRIT Artist of the Year, plays popular concertos originally composed for the violin or oboe by Vivaldi, Tartini, B. Marcello, Albinoni and Cimarosa, accompanied by the Scottish Ensemble.
A. Vivaldi La Tempesta di Mare, Op. 8 n. 5 - Concerto for violin, st
A. Vivaldi La Tempesta di Mare, Op. 8 n. 5 - Concerto for violin, st ♥ ♥•.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ • • ♥ •.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ ♥ (Classical mussiC)​.Mussic ♥ •.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ ♥ (Classical mussiC) ♥ ♥•.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ • • ♥ •.¸¸.•´¯`•♥ ♥ VENETIAN BAROQUE Antonio Vivaldi IL CIMENTO DELL'ARMONIA E DELL'INVENTIONE: OP. 8 N. 5 - LIBRO I (AMSTERDAM, LE CÈNE, 1725) FOR WENZEL VON MORZIN Concerto for violin, strings and basso continuo in E flat major, 'La Tempesta di Mare' (RV 253) I. Presto II. Largo III. Presto Stefano Montanari (violin) Gianni Maraldi (viola) Mauro Valli (violoncello I) Paolo Ballanti (violoncello II) Nicola Dal Maso (violone) Ottavio Dantone (harpsichord) Romano Valentini (organ) Juan Sebastian Lima (archlute) Accademia Bizantina / Ottavio Dantone (conductor)
Vivaldi - Concerto for Two Violins in A Minor RV522
Vivaldi - Concerto for Two Violins in A Minor RV522 ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741) Concerto for two violins, strings, and basso continuo in A minor RV522 Op. 3 No. 8 "L'estro Armonico" 1. Allegro 2. Larghetto e spiritoso 3. Allegro Performed by Tafelmusik Featuring Jeanne Lamon and Genevieve Gilardeau, violins Conducted by Jeanne Lamon
Cecilia Bartoli with Giardino Armonico - Viva Vivaldi
Cecilia Bartoli with Giardino Armonico - Viva Vivaldi Cecilia Bartoli (born June 4, 1966 in Rome) is an Italian coloratura mezzo-soprano opera singer and recitalist. She is best-known for her interpretation of the music of Mozart and Rossini, as well as for her performances of lesser-known Baroque and classical music. She is known for having the versatility to play both soprano and mezzo roles, and is sometimes considered a soprano with a low tessitura. Bartoli's coloratura skill has earned her the title the Queen of Agility. Bartoli is considered a coloratura mezzo-soprano (Koloratur-Mezzosopran) with an unusual timbre. She is one of the most popular (and one of the top-selling) opera singers of recent years. Bartoli is much liked by the concert-going public for her lively, vivacious on-stage persona, while her lyric voice and investigations of Baroque music have given her considerable recognition even among the non-opera-going public... - Cecilia Bartoli (*Roma; 4 de junio de 1966) es una mezzosoprano italiana especializada en obras de Mozart, Rossini, y obras menos conocidas de música barroca. Como mezzosoprano lírica de coloratura, cuenta con un timbre aterciopelado y una técnica acreditadamente impecable, siendo la de mayor relevancia aparecida en Italia desde Giulietta Simionato y una de las cantantes de ópera más populares de los últimos años. Destaca especialmente por su labor de recuperación del repertorio de compositores ignotos o injustamente olvidados, de los castrati italianos como Farinelli o ...