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Vivaldi, Antonio
The Four Seasons - 1. SpringComposer: Vivaldi, Antonio
Performance date: May 01, 1999

Date composed: 1725


Listen for the many picturesque touches Vivaldi incorporates into this vividly programmatic music: simulations of bird calls, atmospheric conditions, animal cries, sounds of nature (various types of wind, thunder, rain, the murmuring of swaying grass, babbling brooks), peasant dances and even an attempt to describe a man walking on ice.
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Vivaldi, Antonio
The Four Seasons - 2. SummerComposer: Vivaldi, Antonio
Performance date: May 01, 1999

Date composed: 1725


Listen for the many picturesque touches Vivaldi incorporates into this vividly programmatic music: simulations of bird calls, atmospheric conditions, animal cries, sounds of nature (various types of wind, thunder, rain, the murmuring of swaying grass, babbling brooks), peasant dances and even an attempt to describe a man walking on ice.
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Vivaldi, Antonio
The Four Seasons - 3. AutumnComposer: Vivaldi, Antonio
Performance date: May 01, 1999

Date composed: 1725


Listen for the many picturesque touches Vivaldi incorporates into this vividly programmatic music: simulations of bird calls, atmospheric conditions, animal cries, sounds of nature (various types of wind, thunder, rain, the murmuring of swaying grass, babbling brooks), peasant dances and even an attempt to describe a man walking on ice.
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Vivaldi, Antonio
The Four Seasons - 4. WinterComposer: Vivaldi, Antonio
Performance date: May 01, 1999

Date composed: 1725


Listen for the many picturesque touches Vivaldi incorporates into this vividly programmatic music: simulations of bird calls, atmospheric conditions, animal cries, sounds of nature (various types of wind, thunder, rain, the murmuring of swaying grass, babbling brooks), peasant dances and even an attempt to describe a man walking on ice.
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