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Antonio Vivaldi

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2° Bimestre

Teacher:

Student:

Topic: Musical Genius

Objetive.

Know the artist’s life.

Introduction.

Vivaldi composes 770 musical works, ofwhich 477are concert and 66 are opera.

Vivaldi is famous for his concert violin and concert the four seasons.

Biography.

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi born in Venecia, 4 march of 1678 and died, 28 theJulio of 1741.

The 18 September 1693 Vivaldi get in to seminary. In 1703 Vivaldi began studies the music. He life dedicated the music. But in his dead let it be forgetting.

Concerts
AntonioVivaldi wrote:

228 violin concertos
38 concertos for bassoon
27 cello concertos
25 concertos for transverse flute or
23 oboe concertos
6 concertos for viola d'amore
1 Concerto for Mandolin
25double concertos for two violins
4 double concertos for violin and cello
3 double concertos for two oboes
2 double concertos for two horns
1 double concerto for two trumpets
1 double concerto fortwo cellos
1 double concerto for viola d'amore and lute
1 double concerto for two mandolins
1 double concerto for two flutes
1 double concerto for oboe and bassoon
47 gigs for three or moreinstruments
And chamber concerts, where all instruments have solo character.



Opus 1, 12 Sonatas for 2 violins and continuo (1705)
Opus 2, 12 Sonatas for violin and continuo (1709)
Opus 3,L'Estro Armonico, 12 concertos for various combinations. The best known are the No. 6 for Violin in A minor, the No. 8 for 2 violins in A minor, and No. 10 for 4 Violins in B minor (1711)
Opus 4, Lastravaganza, 12 violin concertos (c. 1714)
Opus 5, (second part of Opus 2), 4 sonatas for violin and 2 sonatas for 2 violins and continuo (1716)
Opus 6, 6 violin concertos (1716-21)
Opus 7, 2 oboeconcertos and 10 violin concertos (1716-21)
Opus 8, and dell'invenzione dell'armonia Il cimento, 12 violin concertos (the first 4 in E major, G minor, F major and F minor are known worldwide as The Four...
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