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The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna, Karl Scheit, Christa Gruenmayer, Rudolf Kalup, Alfred Dutka, Ernst Krall, Rolf Eichler, Adolf Schoebinger, Hilde Langfort, Theodor Guschlbauer, Edgar Seipenbusch - Antonio Vivaldi Concerto For Two Lutes And S album flac

The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna, Karl Scheit, Christa Gruenmayer, Rudolf Kalup, Alfred Dutka, Ernst Krall, Rolf Eichler, Adolf Schoebinger, Hilde Langfort, Theodor Guschlbauer, Edgar Seipenbusch - Antonio Vivaldi Concerto For Two Lutes And S album flac Performer: The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna
Title: Antonio Vivaldi Concerto For Two Lutes And String Orchestra In G Major, F. V, No. 2/Concerto For Guitar And String Orchestra In D Major, F. XII, No. 15/Concerto For Diverse Instruments And String Orchestra In C Major, F. XII, No. 23/Concerto For Two Oboes, Two Clarinets And String Orchestra In C Major, F. XII, No. 2
Style: Baroque
Country: US
MP3 album: 1522 mb
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Rating: 4.6
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Genre: Classical

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The lute concerto in D major, RV 93, is one of four works featuring the solo lute written by Antonio Vivaldi. Vivaldi wrote the piece in the 1730s, a period in which he wrote two of his other works featuring the lute, the trios for violin and lute in G minor and C major. The concerto is in three movements: Allegro. The first movement is in a fast tempo and begins with a ritornello played by the violins and then repeated by the solo lute

Karl Scheit was one of the leading Austrian guitarists, lutenists and music educators of the 20th Century. He is also known as the "Segovia of Austria". Scheit studied at the Academy of Music in Vienna with Jacob Ortner. From 1933 to 1984 he was Professor for Music and Performance at the Academy of Music in Vienna (now the Academy of Music and Fine Arts in Vienna), and at the Conservatory in Vienna. He performed widely in and around Vienna. He helped to change the status of the guitar from accompanying to solo instrument, and was one of the pioneers of historical performance practice (for example with the ensemble Schola Antiqua with J. Mertin and Gustav Leonhardt). He won numerous awards and prizes.

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (UK: /vɪˈvældi/, US: /vɪˈvɑːldi, -ˈvɔːl-/, Italian: (listen); 4 March 1678 – 28 July 1741) was an Italian Baroque musical composer, virtuoso violinist, teacher, and priest.

Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Vienna. The Baroque Lute - Walter Gerwig. Julian Bream, George Malcolm - Bach and Vivaldi - Lute and Harpsichord. Vivaldi: The Complete Concertos for Lute (Guitar) and Mandolin - Yepes. I am a one-person operation and take the time necessary to make sure that you are completely satisfied. Site by David Hertzberg.

Antonio Vivaldi Biography. Born: March 4, 1678 Venice, Italy Died: July 26, 1741 Vienna, Austria Italian composer, violinist and priest. Antonio Vivaldi was an Italian violinist and composer whose concertos-pieces for one or more instruments-were widely known and influential throughout Europe. Childhood and early career. Antonio Vivaldi was born in Venice, Italy, on March 4, 1678. His first music teacher was his father, Giovanni Battista Vivaldi. The elder Vivaldi was a well-respected violinist, employed at the church of St. Mark's. The two outer movements are in the same key; the middle movement is in the same key or in a closely related key. Within movements, the music proceeds on the principle of alternation: passages for the solo instrument(s) alternate with passages for the full orchestra.

AKA. Antonio Vivaldi. Antonio Vivaldi was a 17th and 18th century composer who’s become one of the most renowned figures in European classical music. Born on March 4, 1678, in Venice, Italy, Antonio Vivaldi was ordained as a priest though he instead chose to follow his passion for music. Under Vivaldi's leadership, the orchestra gained international attention. In 1716, he was promoted to music director. In addition to his choral music and concerti, Vivaldi had begun regularly writing opera scores by 1715; about 50 of these scores remain.

Tracklist

Concerto For Two Lutes And String Orchestra In G Major, F. V. No. 2 (P. 133)
A1 Allegro 4:45
A2 Andante 2:57
A3 Allegro 4:11
Concerto For Guitar And String Orchestra In D Major, F. XII, No. 15 (P.209)
A4 Allegro Giusto 3:35
A5 Largo 3:45
A6 Allegro 2:22
Concerto For Diverse Instruments And String Orchestra In C Major, F. XII, No. 23 (P.87)
B1 Allegro 3:58
B2 Largo A Piacimento 1:47
B3 Allegro 3:30
Concerto For Two Oboes, Two Clarinets And String Orchestra In C Major F. XII, No. 2 (P.74)
B4 Larghetto-Allegro 4:30
B5 Largo 1:51
B6 Allegro 4:56

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Columbia Special Products

Credits

  • Clarinet – Adolf Schoebinger, Rolf Eichler
  • Conductor – Edgar Seipenbusch
  • Harpsichord – Hilde Langfort, Theodor Guschlbauer
  • Liner Notes – Florian Grassmayr
  • Lute – Christa Gruenmayer
  • Lute, Classical Guitar – Karl Scheit
  • Oboe – Alfred Dutka, Ernst Krall
  • Orchestra – The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna*
  • Producer – Dr. Kurt List
  • Violin – Rudolf Kalup
  • Written-By – Antonio Vivaldi

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (side A label): XSV 95565
  • Matrix / Runout (side B label): XSV 95566
  • Matrix / Runout (side A runout stamped): o XSV-95565-1F B2
  • Matrix / Runout (side B runout stamped): o XSV-95566-1C C2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MHS 788 Antonio Vivaldi – Karl Scheit, Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra, Vienna*, Edgar Seipenbusch Antonio Vivaldi – Karl Scheit, Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra, Vienna*, Edgar Seipenbusch - Concerti For Lutes, Guitar And Diverse Instruments ‎(LP) Musical Heritage Society MHS 788 US 1967
MHS 588 Antonio Vivaldi / Karl Scheit - Christa Gruenmayer - Rudolf Kalup - Alfred Dutka - Ernst Krall - Rolf Eichler - Adolf Schoebinger - Hilde Langfort - Theodor Guschlbauer - The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna* - Edgar Seipenbusch Antonio Vivaldi / Karl Scheit - Christa Gruenmayer - Rudolf Kalup - Alfred Dutka - Ernst Krall - Rolf Eichler - Adolf Schoebinger - Hilde Langfort - Theodor Guschlbauer - The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna* - Edgar Seipenbusch - Concerti For Lutes, Guitar And Diverse Instruments ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Musical Heritage Society MHS 588 US Unknown
MHS 788 Antonio Vivaldi – Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra, Vienna*, Edgar Seipenbusch Antonio Vivaldi – Austrian Tonkünstler Orchestra, Vienna*, Edgar Seipenbusch - Vivaldi: Four Diverse Concerti ‎(LP) Musical Heritage Society MHS 788 Unknown
MHS 588 Antonio Vivaldi / Karl Scheit - Christa Gruenmayer - Rudolf Kalup - Alfred Dutka - Ernst Krall - Rolf Eichler - Adolf Schoebinger - Hilde Langfort - Theodor Guschlbauer - The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna* - Edgar Seipenbusch Antonio Vivaldi / Karl Scheit - Christa Gruenmayer - Rudolf Kalup - Alfred Dutka - Ernst Krall - Rolf Eichler - Adolf Schoebinger - Hilde Langfort - Theodor Guschlbauer - The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna* - Edgar Seipenbusch - Concerti For Lutes, Guitar And Diverse Instruments ‎(LP, Album) Musical Heritage Society MHS 588 US 1965
MHS 588 Antonio Vivaldi, Karl Scheit, Christa Gruenmayer - Rudolf Kalup, Alfred Dutka - Ernst Krall, Rolf Eichler - Adolf Schoebinger, Hilde Langfort - Theodor Guschlbauer, The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna*, Edgar Seipenbusch Antonio Vivaldi, Karl Scheit, Christa Gruenmayer - Rudolf Kalup, Alfred Dutka - Ernst Krall, Rolf Eichler - Adolf Schoebinger, Hilde Langfort - Theodor Guschlbauer, The Austrian Tonkuenstler Orchestra Of Vienna*, Edgar Seipenbusch - Concerto For Two Lutes And String Orchestra In G Major, F. V, No. 2 / Concerto For Guitar And String Orchestra In D Major, F. XII, No. 15 / Concerto For Diverse Instruments And String Orchestra In C Major, F. XII, No. 23 / Concerto For Two Oboes, Two Clar ‎(LP, Mono) Musical Heritage Society MHS 588 US Unknown