[ US /vɪˈvɑɫdi/ ]
  1. Italian baroque composer and violinist (1675-1741)
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  • Together the chorale perform a wide repertoire of classical music from Bach, Handel and Vivaldi as well as traditional spiritual and Filipino pieces, several a cappella works and well known songs of praise.
  • Luigi Dallapiccola's acid remark about Vivaldi, often repeated, is misleading.
  • Vivaldi's writing tends to treat the voice like a violin, and as such, it can be cruelly difficult (but rewarding).
  • In Baroque time, musicians more often praised music as God's ode, manifesting the strength of belief, Vivaldi and Bach created many Motets, actually, to compose basing on the poetries in the Bible.
  • Sellars also provided Arwady with some interpolated vocal relief by inserting the first part of Vivaldi's Stabat Mater for the less worthy of her later arias. Rodney Punt: Griselda in Peter Sellars Production at Santa Fe Opera
  • People not entirely familiar with the genre tend to aggregate, in their minds, all chant music of the Roman Rite as one type of "Gregorian Chant," all of which are alike in the same way that various forms of Vivaldi violin concerti are roughly the same stylistically. Varieties of Gregorian Chant
  • The sextet that performed (a pair each of violins and violas, and a continuo pairing of cello and harpsichord) offered a mixed baroque program in which three string sonatas by Tomaso Albinoni were heard alongside concertos and sonatas by Bach and Vivaldi, and by the less-encountered Georg Muffat and Henricus Albicastro. Music review: Ensemble 415 at Library of Congress
  • One paper heralded the film as “Vivaldi, the sex-obsessed rock star”, giving some idea of the tone of this likely bonkbuster. Vivaldi
  • All Vivaldi, all southing, all the time, you mean? KDFCization of WQXR?
  • Juditha" is filled with beguiling music very lushly orchestrated and filled with exotic Baroque instruments that have ceased to be used in modern orchestras, like the chalumeau sounds like a cross between a flute and a clarinet or the lavishly strung theorbo, giving the score an exotic sound always filled with Vivaldi's sensuous, graceful lyricism. DesignerBlog
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