Antonio Vivaldi Arranged by Thomas LaJoie
This Vivaldi piece is a delight to hear. It is transposed from the original key of A Major. There is a great deal of interaction among the sections. It’s easier to play triplet 16th scales if you slur them (separate bowing is more effective and dramatic). Sudden mood shifts add to the drama (shift to minor, sudden piano). The viola and bass lines should have a melodic shape and follow the music’s phrasing and line for added interest.
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