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Vivaldi, Antonio - Concert Pieces: Concerto G Major, Op. 3/3 - for Violin and Piano - edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus - Bärenreiter

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Vivaldi
  • Publisher: Barenreiter
Antonio Vivaldi became a popular composer in Europe with the collection L’estro armonico” op. 3. The cycle, which includes twelve violin concertos, was originally written for the Ospedale della Pietà” orchestra, where Vivaldi was teacher and director for many years.

Two fast outer movements from opus 3/3 feature ritornelli in addition to more virtuosic solo sections, as was common at the time. Ritornello gives structure to the movements while also giving the student who plays both the solo and tutti sections in this edition the chance to vary the returning motives in terms of dynamics and ornamentation.

In the short but expressive Largo, distinct quarter notes alternate with patterns of sixteenth across all the strings. This allows the student to practice various bowing techniques.

Vivaldi, Antonio - Concerto in G Major Op. 3, No. 3, RV 310 - Violin and Piano - edited by Ferdinand Kuchler and Kurt Herrmann - Edition Hug

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After The Four Seasons, the next most popular collection of violin concertos Vivaldi wrote is probably L'estro Armonico (roughly translated as "Harmonic Inspiration"), Op. 3. This set of twelve concerti includes not just works for solo violin and orchestra, but also works for two, three, and four violins as well. Partially because of this varied instrumentation, they are generally classified as concerti grossi. The Concerto in G Major, RV 310 is the third in the set, and is cheerful and bubbly in character. This edition for solo violin with piano reduction is edited by Ferdinand Kuchler and Kurt Herrmann. Published by Edition Hug, distributed by Edition Peters. Difficulty: A3/A4

Vivaldi, Antonio - Concerto In a minor Op. 3 No. 6 RV 356. For Violin and Piano. Published by Carl Fischer.

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Vivaldi often composed his works in multiples, grouping them together according to style or instrumentation. L'estro Armonico, Op. 3 (roughly translated as "Harmonic Inspiration") is one of Vivaldi's most famous collections. It contains 12 concerti grossi for different configurations of stringed instruments. Among these concerti are works for two, three, and four violins and orchestra, but there are also several solo violin concerti. This one, the Concerto in a minor, RV 356, is number six in the set, and possibly the best-known of all of them. Students of the Suzuki violin school will recognize it, with its memorable melody, as the first "real" concerto studied in the method, appearing in Book 4. This edition for violin with piano reduction is edited by George Perlman. Published by Carl Fischer. Difficulty: ASTA grade 3

Vivaldi, Antonio - Concerto in E, Op. 3 No. 12 - for Violin and Piano - edited by Ferdinand Kuchler - Peters Edition

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Although today The Four Seasons tend to overshadow Vivaldi's other violin concerti, he did write many others, including a collection called L'estro Armonico (roughly translated as "Harmonic Inspiration"), Op. 3. This set of twelve concerti includes not just works for solo violin and orchestra, but also works for two, three, and four violins as well. Partially because of this varied instrumentation, they are generally classified as concerti grossi. The Concerto in E Major, RV 265 is the twelfth in the set, and hints at Vivaldi's own virtuosity on the violin. This edition for solo violin with piano reduction is edited by Kuchler-Wittenbecher. It also includes a play-along MusicPartner CD. Published by Edition Peters.

Vivaldi, Antonio - Concerto In E Major, Op. 9, No. 4 RV 263a. For Violin and Piano. Edited by Kaufman. Published by International Music Company.

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Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto in E Major, RV 263a, is the fourth of twelve violin concerti in a set known by the collective title La Cetra. The cetra was an ancient stringed instrument similar in construction to the lyre. It is unclear why Vivaldi chose to name the set of concertos after the instrument, but what is clear from listening to them is that the composer had an impressive command of the violin. The Op. 9 concerti are unfortunately not as well-remembered today as some of Vivaldi's other violin concertos, such as those from Op. 3 or Op. 8. This edition for violin with piano reduction is edited by Louis Kaufman. Published by the International Music Company. Difficulty: A4

Vivaldi, Antonio - Concerto in g minor Op. 12 No. 1 RV 317. For Violin and Piano. Edited by Ivan Galamian. Published by International Music Company.

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The first concerto in a set of six making up Vivaldi's Op. 12, the Concerto in g minor, RV 317, is a thoughtful, melancholy work suitable to advancing intermediate players. It is likely to be familiar to students of the Suzuki method, as it is featured in Book 5 for the violin. This edition for violin with piano reduction is edited by Ivan Galamian. Published by the International Music Company. Difficulty: ASTA grade 3

Vivaldi, Antonio - 12 Sonatas, Volume 1. For Violin and Piano. Published by Editio Musica Budapest.

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Vivaldi-Vol2-12 Sonatas

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Vivaldi, Antonio - Sonata In A Major Op. 2 No. 2 RV 31. For Violin and Piano. Edited by Francescatti. Published by International Music Company.

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Vivaldi's Op. 2 violin sonatas are notable in that they contain remarkably active parts for cello in the basso continuo accompaniment. Apparently, the composer had initially intended them to be billed as duets for violin and cello, thus giving the cello a more prominent role than usual. Although they were eventually published as violin sonatas rather than violin and cello duets, the notes remained largely unchanged. The second sonata in this collection, Sonata in A Major, RV 31, is bright and effervescent, giving the player plenty of opportunities to display virtuosity. Edited by Zino Francescatti. Published by the International Music Company. Difficulty: A4/A5

Vivaldi, Antonio - Sonata in D Major, RV 10 (F. XIII, No. 6) - Violin and Piano - realized and edited by Ottorino Respighi - Masters Music Publications

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Vivaldi, Antonio - Four Seasons ( Complete ) For Violin and Piano. URTEXT. Published by Barenreiter.

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Though Antonio Vivaldi was an extremely prolific composer, writing over 500 concerti for various instruments, few of his compositions have had the kind of lasting notoriety attained by The Four Seasons. Undoubtedly his best-remembered work, this set of four violin concerti comes from a larger collection of 12 violin concerti entitled The Contest Between Harmony and Invention. Each concerto in The Four Seasons represents a different season of the year, and is based on an accompanying sonnet, speculated to have been written by Vivaldi himself. In addition to helping define the concerto form (three movements, fast-slow-fast), The Four Seasons also explored the boundaries of programmatic music: the concerti contain sections evoking barking dogs, singing birds, thunderstorms, and drunken farmers, among other things. This Urtext edition is complete, containing violin and piano reduction parts for all four seasons. Edited by Christopher Hogwood. Published by Barenreiter Verlag. Difficulty: A5

Vivaldi, Antonio - The Four Seasons: 4 Concertos for Violin and Orchestra (Complete) - Violin and Piano - Peters

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  • Instrumentation: Violin & Piano
  • Composer: Vivaldi
  • Publisher: Edition Peters
Though Antonio Vivaldi was an extremely prolific composer, writing over 500 concerti for various instruments, few of his compositions have had the kind of lasting notoriety attained by The Four Seasons. Undoubtedly his best-remembered work, this set of four violin concerti comes from a larger collection of 12 violin concerti entitled The Contest Between Harmony and Invention. Each concerto in The Four Seasons represents a different season of the year, and is based on an accompanying sonnet, speculated to have been written by Vivaldi himself. In addition to helping define the concerto form (three movements, fast-slow-fast), The Four Seasons also explored the boundaries of programmatic music: the concerti contain sections evoking barking dogs, singing birds, thunderstorms, and drunken farmers, among other things. This edition is complete, containing violin and piano reduction parts for all four seasons. It also contains a play-along MusicPartner CD.

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