Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

The “L’Archicembalo” baroque ensemble is here supplying us with this intense performance of a synthesis of the about 50 compositions that, depending on the specific contest or occasion, Vivaldi named concerts and symphonies.
Music alternating bright energy to moments of great melodic pathos, here masterfully performed by the specialists of the “L’Archicembalo” once again showing and confirming what the genius of Vivaldi could express through his language, so effective with the string instruments. A music with the capacity to reach any kind of listener, over and above historical or time boundaries.
Johann Sebastian Bach immediately realized this, and the Vivaldi music then became milestone in the shaping of his music.


1-3. Sinfonia in do maggiore RV 112 4:01
4-6. Sinfonia in do maggiore RV 116 5:28
7-9. Concerto in do minore RV 119 4:54
10-12. Concerto in do minore RV 120 6:07
13-15. Concerto in re maggiore RV 123 5:51
16-18. Concerto in re minore RV 127 3:36
19-21. Concerto in fa maggiore RV 141 4:12
22-24. Sinfonia in sol maggiore RV149 5:26
25-27. Concerto in sol minore RV 152 5:16
28-30. Concerto in sol minore RV 154 5:10
31-33. Concerto in sol minore RV 156 5:00
34-36. Concerto in sol minore RV 157 5:27
37-39. Sinfonia in si minore RV 168 4:58
  • Composer: Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
  • Performers: Ensemble «L”Archicembalo»
  • Musicological Text: Daniela Demicheli
  • Historical Period: Late Baroque
  • Code: TC 672259
  • Edition: March 2016
  • Barcode: 8007194106411
  • Set: 1
  • Total tracks: 39
  • Total duration: 01:05:26
  • Notes: Historical Instruments

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