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Hey guys, did you know that 335 years ago Antonio Vivaldi was born? Let’s listen together to his “Spring” masterpiece for a beautiful and inspiring #spring season.

The Four Seasons - under 42 minutes in length - stationary portrait of Antonio Vivaldi throughout

Antonio Vivaldi - Summer from four seasons. Trondheim Soloists. Artistic Director: Øyvind Gimse. Soloist Mari Silje Samuelsen. Hamardomen. Samuelsen Productions. Video by Tor Melgalvis. Camera: Kjetil Andersen, Jan Gunnar Martinsen and Tor Melgalvis.

Antonio Vivaldi (Italian baroque composer priest virtuosos violinist) Known for his 40 operas and many violin concertos. His most noted works in his Four Seasons. He was a priest at an orphanage who taught the children music so well they went on tour. He composed contadas, concertos and sacred hymns. From here the royalty of Europe took notice of him and he wrote many pieces for different royals at the time. Later as his popularity style faded he died a pauper.

Favorite cleaning music...........VIVALDI: Four Seasons :)

All three movements of Antonio Vivaldi's Spring Concerto from the Four Seasons. I'm sorry I have no idea who is playing. Enjoy and thanks for watching. Be sure to check out part 2. P.S. If you would like the solo violin sheet music for this song, send me a message.

Celebrated violinist and composer, son of a violinist of the ducal chapel of San Marco, Antonio Vivaldi was born in Venice March 4, 1678. No one knows almost nothing about his childhood: his father was probably a pupil, but also of Legrenzi (maestro di cappella at San Marco from 1685 to 1690). Received the minor orders between 1693 and 1696, was ordained a priest in 1703, and this particular, combined with wild red hair earned him the nickname of "Priest Red."

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Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Autumn

Itzhak Perlman plays and conducts the strings of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in Vivaldi's Spring from The Four Seasons.