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Schott Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto No. 6 in A minor, Op. 3/6, RV 356 String Series Softcover

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The publication of a collection of 12 concertos for one to four solo violins by Antonio Vivaldi in Amsterdam in 1711 laid the foundations for the fame of the Italian composer in the whole of Europe. T... Click To Read More About This Product

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The publication of a collection of 12 concertos for one to four solo violins by Antonio Vivaldi in Amsterdam in 1711 laid the foundations for the fame of the Italian composer in the whole of Europe. This opus 3, 'L'Estro Armonico', brought the musical world the first of more than 500 solo concertos altogether. Apart from 'The Four Seasons', these works are among the most popular works by Vivaldi even today. Concerto No. 6 in A minor for one solo violin is suitable for both beginner and advanced lessons because of its technical demands. New edition after the Urtext Edition by Christpher Hogwood. Piano reduction by Wolfgang Birtel.In this edition of the popular concerto, the first movement utilizes first and third position, while the beautiful lyrical Largo and the Presto require first through fourth positions and the facility to move easily between them. Seyfried's bowings represent a historically informed approach...Students who like this concerto (and they all do) can research Vivaldi's 1711 L'estro armonico and discover how the twelve concerti relate to each other, such as the alternating major and minor keys. We welcome this excellent up-to-date edition.--American String Teacher

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