Label: Hyperion - CDA67073 Format: CD Country: UK Genre: Classical Style: Baroque
With a different second movement from RV and related to the sinfonia from the opera GiustinoRV As described by an anonymous German visitor in Of doubtful authenticity, can be a work of Gasparo Visconti. Concerto in D minor, RV - 1. The following is a list of compositions by Vivaldi that were published during his lifetime and assigned an opus number. Retrieved from " https:
Concerto in D, RV - 2. Concerto in D, RV - 3. Concerto in F, RV 97 - 1. Largo - Allegro Vivaldi: Concerto in F, RV 97 - 2.
Concerto in F, RV 97 - 3. Concerto in C, RV - 1. Concerto in C, RV - 2. Largo Vivaldi: Concerto in C, RV - 3. Concerto in D minor, RV - 1. Allegro assai Vivaldi: Concerto in D minor, RV - 2.
Concerto in D minor, RV - 3. These expert musicians would turn their hands to whatever Vivaldi could possibly desire and the resultant scoring is colourful sometimes outrageously so and inexhaustibly inventive. Vivaldi, like Bach, revels in contrast, in the combination or juxtaposition of rare, or rarely associated, instruments. The main reason for their rarity south of the Alps must have been the relative paucity of wind instruments whose presence is normal in such concertos.
Exceptionally among his Italian contemporaries, Vivaldi wrote them in considerable quantity: The need to produce them probably occurred irregularly, in connection with special events. Most of the concertos can be associated with one of four venues or types of event.
The largest and most interesting group belonged to the repertoire of the Ospedale della Pieta, the home for foundlings that was one of four such charitable institutions known as ospedali grandi found within Venice. All four systematically trained a section of their female population as musicians, both vocalists and instrumentalists. A French connoisseur of music, Charles de Brosses, wrote in What disciplined playing! Instruments rare enough anywhere and virtually unknown in Italy found their way into the Pieta.
Finally, a few permanent orchestras, mainly outside Italy, were equipped to perform them. The patterns that their interplay creates are deliberately kept unpredictable, subject to no routine.
Here, the solo instruments frequently have independent, or semi-independent, parts. These are not necessarily prominent, but they give the orchestral texture an added warmth and richness. Many have tried their hand at interpreting this dedication, but a plausible solution arrived only in , when Carlo Vitali completed the initials to read: The written-out cadenza for the third movement recycles material used earlier in that of the Concerto RV RV97 is a real oddity: It is certainly a mature post work; I suspect that it was written for an intimate private concert held in honour of some nobleman.
The wind parts are nominally for oboe, but they observe the style, and the restricted choice of notes, of the natural trumpet. This has led several scholars to speculate whether, in fact, the intended instruments are not trumpets rather than oboes, a view to which the present recording subscribes. The problem with accepting this designation at face value is that these parts, while often fanfare-like in character and therefore related in a general sense to the trumpet style, contain too many notes in the octave above middle C that are unplayable on the natural instrument.
There are other technical difficulties, and also problems of balance with the rest of the ensemble. There is a precedent for this. The relevant parts in RV possess exactly the same general characteristics as those in RV The point is that, with Vivaldi, so many options remain open: As so often in his concertos, Vivaldi gives the central slow movement a chamber-music scoring, reserving it for a trio of recorders and bassoon. Plus tard, le critique et biographe J.
Angelo en Quantz—avant , mais le type de concerto semble rigoureusement correct. Appears in Suzuki Violin School book 5.
La cetra , Op. Slow movement closely related to that of RV cello concerto. Scordatura violin. La stravaganza , Op. Related to RV and RV Related to RV Dedicated to the Prince Elector of Saxony. For the orchestra at Dresden.
Violin, 2 corni da caccia French Horn , 2 oboes, bassoon, strings. Basso continuo in the 2nd movement is assigned to theorbo or organ. With a different second movement from RV and related to the sinfonia from the opera Giustino , RV Composed by Johann Gottlieb Janitsch. In Breitkopf catalog under Johann Georg Roellig.
Also exists for 3 violins. Also listed as a concerto by Ryom. Later moved to Anh. Composed by Domenico Gallo. Santo Sepolcro.
Musette , vielle , flute recorder , oboe or violin. Il pastor fido inauthentic. Possibly composed by Johan Helmich Roman. Violin, oboe, obbligato organ, optional chalumeau.
Based on variations on La follia Corelli. Orlando furioso. Grazio Braccioli. Orlando finto pazzo. Arsilda, regina di Ponto.
Adriano Morselli. Il vinto trionfante del vincitore. Apostolo Zeno. La Candace, o siano Li veri amici. Francesco Silvani and Domenico Lalli. La Silvia. La fida ninfa. Il Tamerlano Il Bajazet. Not to be confused with RV , which is a similar motet on the same text but intended for different purposes. Nulla in mundo pax sincera.
Introduzione al Dixit RV "Ascende laeta". The preceding work that was to follow this introductory motet, most likely a lost setting of the Gloria in B-flat, RV , is now presumably lost. Oratorio Juditha triumphans. Alla caccia, alla caccia. Amor, hai vinto. Aure voi piu non siete.
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