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String Quartet in Four Parts, Slowly rocking - Antonio Vivaldi, John Cage - 8 Seasons

  1. Vudosar says:
    Antonio Vivaldi: Le quattro stagioni Antonio Vivaldi composed his ever-popular collection of violin concerti The Four Seasons around the year The conception of what we can now deduce as an early form of programme music was revolutionary in the Baroque period.
  2. Faugis says:
    Apr 23,  · Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 4 RV - Allegro Non Molto - Winter Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op 8, N. 4 RV - Largo - Winter Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op.
  3. Dougar says:
    Antonio Vivaldi (–) and consist-ed of his justly famous concertos named The Four Seasons (). The spCo played them in order—Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter—each concerto featuring a different SPCO violinist in the solo part. The second composer on the program was John Cage (–92). The piece chosen was his String Quartet.
  4. Tojataxe says:
    With the numerous "Eight Seasons" compilations pairing Vivaldi 's four with Astor Piazzolla 's Cuatro estaciónes porteñas (Buenos Aires Four Seasons), it's a bit surprising that the comparable program with John Cage 's String Quartet in Four Parts is so rare.8/
  5. Dujar says:
    Four Seasons 12 Visions Fugitives The Eye (for violin & pianoforte) Frank Agsteribbe, fortepiano Schantz, Vienna, c Biography News & Events .
  6. Donris says:
    The String Quartet in Four Parts is based partly on the Indian view of the seasons, in which the four seasons—spring, summer, autumn and winter—are associated each with a particular force–those of creation, preservation, destruction and quiescence.

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