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    Antonio Vivaldi Born in the seventeenth century, Antonio Vivaldi was a composer who wrote some of the most well know musical works. Throughout his whole life he loved music. His greatest passion was music. Present day still plays his master pieces. He wrote many different styles of music, including church music, operas, Concertos, and chamber music. Antonio Vivaldi greatly contributed to the classical music genre. Although he has passed, his music will live on and it will continue to live

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    Antonio Vivaldi

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    Antonio Vivaldi was born on March 4th, 1678, in Venice, Italy, and died on July 28, 1741, in Vienna, Austria. His father, a barber and a talented violinist at Saint Mark's Cathedral himself, had helped him in trying a career in music and made him enter the Cappella di San Marco orchestra, where he was an appreciated violinist. In 1703 Vivaldi became a priest and acquired the nickname "The Red Priest", since he had red hair. He had become a priest against his own will because it was the only possible

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    Antonio Vivaldi was born in Venice, Italy in 1678 and he died in Vienna, Austria in 1741. He was trained in music when he was a child, but was later ordained as a priest. He was an Italian Baroque composer and musician. At the time, Baroque Music was considered very fancy and ornamental music. It was a shift from the renaissance music period before which was quite simple music. Vivaldi was a priest in the Roman Catholic Church. He was a great violinist as well as a composer. He wrote quite short

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    Antonio Lucio Vivaldi Antonio Lucio Vivaldi was born on March 4, 1678 in Venice,Italy to Camilla Calicho and Giovanni Battista.His father, Giovanni Battista was a full-time violinist at St. Mark’s under the surname Rossi.When Antonio was born, he was baptized by a midwife.He was officially baptized two months later at a church. Antonio Vivaldi entered the priesthood when he was fifteen years old and was ordained when he was twenty five years old.Antonio became known as the Red Priest due to his

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    most prominent composers of the Baroque era, Antonio Vivaldi contributed a number of significant works and stylistic innovations during his lifetime. Music was a constant in his life. Both as an violin player and composer, Vivaldi centered his career around music. By his immense skill as a violinist and as a composer, he gained fame and popularity in his own time in the Baroque era. He also produced a legacy that has lasted into modern times. Vivaldi had humble beginnings in Venice, Italy, late

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    Antonio Vivaldi and the music of his time

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    Antonio Vivaldi and the music of his time Throughout history there have been many distinct periods of time. These various eras are all alike in a way because they all slowly flow into each other. One of these unique times was called the Baroque period. The Baroque time began during the 1600's and ended early during the early 1700's. The way Baroque music was looked at was varied depending on where you looked at it from. In Italy, it was largely energetic and spectacular. Yet, if you were to travel

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    introduced to the human civilization. Antonio Vivaldi was one of the most influential composers of his time. Vivaldi’s early life, musical career, later life and death all lead to him being recognized as one of Europe’s most renowned figures in classical music during the 17th and 18th century. Antonio Lucio Vivaldi was born to his parents, Giovanni Battista Vivaldi and Camilla Calicchio, on March 4, 1678 in Venice, Italy. His father, Giovanni Battista Vivaldi, started working as a barber, but eventually

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    Vivaldi Timeless Music

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    with classical composers like Beethoven, Mozart or Chopin. However, you would be surprised when you find out that you actually have come across more pieces from other composers than you thought. One of them is Antonio Lucio Vivaldi – the father of many timeless string concerti. Antonio Vivaldi was born on March 4, 1678, in Venice, Italy, in a time period called the Baroque era, which is between Renaissance and Classical eras. You can imagine Baroque as a memorable era, where people embraced their romance

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    Antonio Vivaldi is a famous Italian baroque composer, known by most Suzuki violin students who study his concertos or by audiences everywhere who have heard and love his composition of the Four Seasons.  Having grown up as students of the Suzuki Violin Method, we recognize this composer and have experience performing his pieces.  In addition to his many concertos written for solo violin, Vivaldi composed many concertos intended to be performed by two solo violins, accompanied by a small orchestra

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    The Baroque Era

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    George Frideric Handel, and Claudio Monteverdi. All of these people were amazing when holding an instrument, sitting at a piano, or writing on manuscript paper, but the finished products were and always will be superb. Johann Sebastian Bach and Antonio Vivaldi were among these musical prodigies. Johann Sebastian Bach was born into a family of musicians on March 21, 1685 in Eisenbach, Germany and is considered to have been the greatest composer of western music. According to Classical Net Resources

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