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  • Vivaldi Concerto in G Major, Op. 3, No. 3 – L’estro Armonico – RV. 310

    Vivaldi’s Opus 3 no. 3 in G Major, part of “L’estro Armonico,” is a concerto for solo violin, strings, and basso continuo. The piece consists of three movements: Allegro, Largo,…


  • Vivaldi’s L’estro Armonico – Concerto No. 4 in E Minor

    Vivaldi’s “L’estro Armonico” is a collection of 12 concertos for 1, 2, and 4 violins. Opus 3, No. 4 in E minor is a concerto for 4 violins, strings, and…


  • Vivaldi Concerto Op. 3, No. 6 in A Minor – L’estro Armonico

    Vivaldi’s L’estro Armonico, Opus 3, features twelve concertos for 1, 2, and 4 violins. One of these concertos is Concerto #06 in A minor for solo violin, strings, and basso…


  • Maestro Jerard Performs Franz Schubert’s Ave Maria

    Maestro Jerard performs Schubert’s “Ave Maria” on the classical guitar. Noisivision Studios production….


  • Requiem by Verdi

    …the audio was remastered by Maestro Alessandro Pagliazzi. Maestro Savini studied with O.Respighi and F.Cilea and conducted for over 50 years across Italy, Europe, and South America with a vast…


  • Verdi – Requiem Dies Irae – Part 1

    Rare footage of Maestro Ino Savini rehearsing Verdi’s Requiem in Prague in 1972. The performance took place at The Cathedral of St. Vitus on September 9th and was a great…


  • Gaetano Donizetti

    …German composer, Simon Mayr, who was then the maestro di cappella at Bergamo’s main church, and also a successful opera composer. Mayr perceived Donizetti’s nascent musical talent and ensured his…


  • Max Bruch

    …August Bruch, was a maestro who spun melodies that resonated deeply with his audience. His life, marked by an unwavering passion for music, led him to create an array of…


  • Sergei Rachmaninoff

    …into a deep depression. This period marked a lull in his composing career, lasting for almost three years. The Resurgence of the Maestro Breaking free from his creative rut was…


  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    …The Haydn Chapter: Learning from a Maestro In 1792, Beethoven made his second journey to Vienna, this time to study under the renowned composer Joseph Haydn. It was a crucial…