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Vivaldi - Concerti per violino ''La caccia'' / Enrico Onofri, Academia Montis Regalis / Naïve Audio CD / OP 30417

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Vivaldi - Concerti per violino ''La caccia'' / Enrico Onofri, Academia Montis Regalis / Naïve Audio CD / OP 30417

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Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (UK: /vɪˈvældi/, US: /vɪˈvɑːldi,-ˈvɔːl-/; Italian: [anˈtɔːnjo ˈluːtʃo viˈvaldi]; 4 March 1678 – 28 July 1741) was an Italian Baroque composer, virtuoso violinist, teacher, impresario, and Roman Catholic priest.

Born in Venice, the capital of the Venetian Republic, Vivaldi is regarded as one of the greatest Baroque composers. His influence during his lifetime was widespread across Europe, giving origin to many imitators and admirers and was paramount in the development of Johann Sebastian Bach's instrumental music and the French concerto (Michel Corrette, Jean-Joseph de Mondonville, Louis-Nicholas Clérambault).

Vivaldi composed many instrumental concertos, for the violin and a variety of other musical instruments, as well as sacred choral works and more than fifty operas. His best-known work is a series of violin concertos known as the Four Seasons. Many of his compositions were written for the all-female music ensemble of the Ospedale della Pietà, a home for abandoned children. Vivaldi had worked as a Catholic priest for 18 months and was employed from 1703 to 1715 and from 1723 to 1740. Vivaldi also had some success with expensive stagings of his operas in Venice, Mantua and Vienna. After meeting the Emperor Charles VI, Vivaldi moved to Vienna, hoping for royal support. However, the Emperor died soon after Vivaldi's arrival, and Vivaldi himself died in poverty less than a year later.

After almost two centuries of decline, Vivaldi's musical reputation underwent a revival in the early 20th century, with much scholarly research devoted to his work. Many of Vivaldi's compositions, once thought lost, have been rediscovered – in one case as recently as 2006. His music remains widely popular in the present day and is regularly played all over the world.


Label: Naïve – OP 30417
Series: Vivaldi Edition – Vol. 23, Tesori Del Piemonte – Vol. 29
Country: Europe
Genre: Classical
Style: Baroque




    Concerto RV208 Grosso Mogul In Re Maggiore  
1   Allegro 5:23
2   Grave Recitativo 2:54
3   Allegro 6:50

Concerto RV332 In Sol Minore

4   Allegro 3:00
5   Largo 3:15
6   Allegro 3:28

Concerto RV234 L'Inquietudine in Re Maggiore

7   Allegro Molto 1:44
8   Largo 1:51
9   Allegro 2:45

Concerto RV199 Il Sospetto In Do Minore

10   Allegro Con L'arco Attaccato Alle Corde 4:10
11   Andante Tutti Sempre Piano Senza Cembali 2:13
12   Allegro 2:44

Concerto RV362 La Caccia In Bemolle Maggiore

13   Allegro 2:51
14   Andante 2:27
15   Allegro 2:21

Concerto RV270 Il Riposo In Mi Maggiore

16   Allegro Senza Cembalo Sempre. Con Tutti Gli Stumenti Sempre Sordini 3:18
17   Adagio 1:43
18   Allegro 2:30



  • Bassoon François De Rudder
  • Cello, Soloist Alessandro Palmeri (tracks: 4 to 6, 13 to 15), Marco Ceccato (tracks: 1 to 3, 7 to 12, 16 to 18)
  • Composed By Antonio Vivaldi
  • Contrabass Roberto Bevilacqua
  • Coordinator [Vivaldi Edition] Susan Orlando
  • Directed By Enrico Onofri
  • Engineer [Sound] Roberto Chinellato
  • Engineer, Edited By Laure Casenave-Péré
  • Ensemble Academia Montis Regalis
  • Executive-Producer Didier Martin
  • Harp Marta Graziolino
  • Harpsichord, Soloist Alessandro De Marchi (tracks: 1 to 3, 7 to 12, 16 to 18), Anna Fontana (tracks: 4 to 6, 13 to 15)
  • Liner Notes Sabrina Saccomani
  • Liner Notes [English Translation] Charles Johnston
  • Liner Notes [French Translation] Susan Orlando
  • Lute [Archlute] Alessandro Tampieri (tracks: 13 to 15)
  • Oboe Andrea Mion (tracks: 1 to 3), Guido Campana (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Photography By [Cover] Denis Rouvre
  • Producer [Rcording] Jean-Pierre Loisil
  • Theorbo Francesco Romano
  • Viola Luigi Moccia
  • Violin [1] Alessandro Tampieri, Daniela Godio, Ijiljana Mijatovic, Rossella Borsoni
  • Violin [2] Gabriele Politi, Paola Nervi, Raul Orellana (2)*119lb8o*_ga*MjA2NTIxMjE2MC4xNTkwNTEyNTMy*_ga_WS2VZYPC6G*MTY0MzIwOTQ0MC4yNzMuMS4xNjQzMjE5MTcxLjQ2*119lb8o*_ga*MjA2NTIxMjE2MC4xNTkwNTEyNTMy*_ga_WS2VZYPC6G*MTY0MzIwOTQ0MC4yNzMuMS4xNjQzMjE5MTcxLjQ2*119lb8o*_ga*MjA2NTIxMjE2MC4xNTkwNTEyNTMy*_ga_WS2VZYPC6G*MTY0MzIwOTQ0MC4yNzMuMS4xNjQzMjE5MTcxLjQ2

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