|Price: Sek. 70
The great popularity that Vivaldi still enjoys today is linked to a great extent to his extraordinary violin concertos but, unlike most Italian violinist-composers of the age (from Corelli to Tartini, from Veracini to Locatelli) he also paid very particular attention to wind instruments. Vivaldi’s taste for wind instruments has a markedly international savour, for his scores accept instruments like the salmoé, the very modern two-key clarinet or again flageolets, instruments akin to the recorder and very popular in France and England.
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