Vito Paternoster : Antonio Vivaldi, The Four Seasons in forma di sonata for cello.
Vito Paternoster performed has performed Antonio Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" perhaps 1000 times in 35 years all around the world. He has also recorded it 6 times with the best Italian violinists (three times with the label Philips
Classic-Universal, once with Sony jp, twice with Arcadia kr). He now proposes his own
version, according to the ancient stylistic of transposition in forma di sonata, which is this recording before you now.
This is a version for cello and harpsicord that combines elegance, originality and
A recording not to be missed.
What makes music universal, eternal?
Is it scholarly acknowledgement? Is it the number of concert programs it has been included in? Perhaps?
Though, it is especially because of its presence...it resounds in ringtones, advertisements, answerphones, elevators, recreation grounds, and through its different cover versions.
The four seasons: the piece of music most recorded in the world.
Composed for violin, performed also by flute, trumpet, mandolin, accordion, electric guitar, voices, marimba, ocarina, organ, no matter what...
it still remains:
the soundtrack of the Time.
Why not on the cello?
1. Allegro La Primavera (Antonio Vivaldi)
2. Largo La Primavera (Antonio Vivaldi)
3. Allegro La Primavera (Antonio Vivaldi)
4. Allegro non molto L'Estate (Antonio Vivaldi)
5. Adagio L'Estate (Antonio Vivaldi)
6. Presto L'Estate (Antonio Vivaldi)
7. Allegro L'Autunno (Antonio Vivaldi)
8. Adagio molto L'Autunno (Antonio Vivaldi)
9. Allegro L'Autunno (Antonio Vivaldi)
10. Allegro non molto L'Inverno (Antonio Vivaldi)
11. Largo L'Inverno (Antonio Vivaldi)
12. Allegro L'Inverno (Antonio Vivaldi)
13. Largo Sonata in la min for cello ebc RV44 (Antonio Vivaldi)
14. Allegro poco Sonata in la min for cello ebc RV44 (Antonio Vivaldi)
15. Largo Sonata in la min for cello ebc RV44 (Antonio Vivaldi)
16. Allegro Sonata in la min for cello ebc RV44 (Antonio Vivaldi)
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Release date: 05/05/2013
Vito Paternoster lives in Bari Italy
Tagged as: Classical, Baroque, Instrumental, Cello, Harpsichord, Composer: Antonio Vivaldi
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