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The Four Seasons (Complete)

5 parts179 pages38:075 years ago93,333 views
Violin, Strings(2), Viola, Cello
UPDATE 4/2/17 - I have updated this for the first time in over three years. The soundfonts playing are much better, the articulations that previously did not play now do, and I've adjusted a few of the tempos.
"The Four Seasons (Italian: Le quattro stagioni) is a set of four violin concertos by Antonio Vivaldi. Composed in 1723, The Four Seasons is Vivaldi's best-known work, and is among the most popular pieces in the classical music repertoire. The texture of each concerto is varied, each resembling its respective season. For example, "Winter" is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain, whereas "Summer" evokes a thunderstorm in its final movement, which is why the movement is often called "Storm". Vivaldi's original arrangement for solo violin with string quartet and basso continuo helped to define the form of the concerto." - Wikipedia, The Four Seasons (Vivaldi)

Spring - 00:00
Summer - 09:48
Autumn - 19:32
Winter - 29:24
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My list (it's pretty long)Bartok Concerto for Orchestra sz.116 1.IntroduzioneMars and Jupiter from The Planets - HolstNight on Bald Mountain - Liszt Moonlight Sonata 3rd Movement - BeethovenNuvole Bianche -  Ludivico EinaudiSummer from The Four Seasons - VivaldiRevolutionary Etude - ChopinWinter Wind Etude - ChopinDanse Macabre -  Saint SaensCarmen Prelude - BizetDance of the Knights - ProkofievMother Ginger from The Nutcracker - TchaikovskyArabian Dance and Russian Dance from The Nutcracker - TchaikovskyRide of the Valkyries - WagnerFuneral March - ChopinThrenody for the Victims of Hiroshima -  Krzysztof PendereckiUpdate 1:Piano Sonata no.8 in C minor (Pathetique) -2.Adagio Cantabile - BeethovenCaprices for violin no.24 - PaganiniLa Campanella  - LisztMoment Musical 3 - SchubertInvention no. 13 - BachJig from St. Paul's Suite - Holst*I'll update as I think of more*

Four Seasons Winter - Guitar

1 part5 pages03:236 years ago21,252 views
The first movement of winter from Vivaldi's Four Seasons, transposed for a solo guitar.

I never got around to adding finger and fret notation, so, good luck

Vivaldi-Winter, first part

6 parts26 pages05:434 years ago3,712 views
This is winter, violin concerto in f-minor, who composed Antonio Vivaldi. Vivaldi was composed four seasons, which first is, spring, then summer, then autumn and winter!

"L'Inverno" (Winter) by Antonio Vivaldi

7 parts31 pages09:15a year ago2,245 views
Violin(3), Strings(3), Harpsichord
The full score of one of the movements in Antonio Vivaldi's "Quattro Stagioni" (Four Seasons). There are some technical problems as well as some MuseScore incompatibility problems, but I hope you enjoy it.

SONNET (Italian):

Allegro non molto
Aggiacciato tremar trà nevi algenti
Al Severo Spirar d' orrido Vento,
Correr battendo i piedi ogni momento;
E pel Soverchio gel batter i denti;

Passar al foco i di quieti e contenti
Mentre la pioggia fuor bagna ben cento

Caminar Sopra il giaccio, e à passo lento
Per timor di cader girsene intenti;
Gir forte Sdruzziolar, cader à terra
Di nuove ir Sopra 'l giaccio e correr forte
Sin ch' il giaccio si rompe, e si disserra;
Sentir uscir dalle ferrate porte
Sirocco, Borea, e tutti i Venti in guerra
Quest' é 'l verno, mà tal, che gioja apporte.

L'Inverno (Winter) - II - Solo for Flute or Violin

1 part1 page02:242 years ago3,917 views
From Antonio Vivaldi's Four Seasons (Le quattro stagioni). This is the principle violin's solo part from the largo movement of the Concerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297

2018-04-01 - updated to MuseScore 2.2

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Winter from The Four Seasons

6 parts18 pages02:192 years ago594 views
Violin(3), Viola, Cello, Contrabass
Part Two of a 4-part series for intermediate high school string orchestra