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Vivaldi Edition

Vivaldi Edition / Various
Release Date: 05/31/2011 
Label:  Brilliant Classics   Catalog #: 94056   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Antonio VivaldiJohann Sebastian BachJean-Jacques Rousseau
Performer:  Philippe MullerHenri FoehrMarnik van de VeldeElena Barshai,   ... 
Conductor:  Klaus PreisKrijn KoetsveldPieter-Jan LeusinkEnrico Casazza,   ... 
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber OrchestraMalipiero EnsembleNetherlands Bach Collegium,   ... 
Number of Discs: 40 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

This box is magnificent value – so it’s well worth considering even by those who already have several recordings of Vivaldi. Considering that the first recording of the Four Seasons which I bought around 1960 on Ace of Clubs cost the equivalent of at least £25 in modern values, the value of this set really is exceptional. You could end up paying half its price for two CDs of Vivaldi’s music. Add the fact that almost all the performances are well worth hearing, with very few turkeys in terms of performance or recording, and the bargain is complete.

I’m not going to make too many detailed comparisons, because you either take the set or leave it as it is, though certain of the constituent parts are available separately –
Read more inevitably at a slightly higher cost per CD. Just to confuse matters, Brilliant have also compiled smaller sets, including one of 10 CDs entitled Essential Vivaldi (94136), containing some of the same recordings together with others.

Some other recordings here are also available on other Brilliant Classics releases: the Opera Overtures (CD11) are available separately on 94030, the Concerti for Strings from CD20 on 93315, and the Organ Concertos (CD12) are available separately (94059), around £5 each. The Cello Sonatas from Jaap ter Linden and Mortensen (CDs17-18) are also available separately (93567, 2 CDs, around £8.75). CD10 of my review set appears to have been removed for separate sale (see below). (See the Brilliant Classics site – here – for current details).

One obvious comparison is with the 5-CD DG Archiv Collectors’ Box of performances by The English Concert and Trevor Pinnock, containing L’Estro Armonico, Op.3, the Flute Concertos, Op.10, and a variety of concertos for various instruments (471 3172), a smaller but completely distinguished set for around £29 in the UK. If you’re not looking for quite the same completeness that the Brilliant Box offers, that’s a really tempting bargain.

The Academy of Ancient Music/Christopher Hogwood set containing Op.3, Op.4, Op.8 and Op.9 – almost eight hours of stylish Vivaldi performances on Decca Collectors’ Edition, 475 7693 – also sells for around that price as a download from Passionato.com – here – but it was available at half price at the time of writing (£12.49 instead of £24.99).

The first two CDs, containing the Four Seasons and the remainder of Op.8 fall into the separately available category (93155, 2 CDs for around £8). These are good middle-of-the-road performances from 2006, played on period instruments by La Magnifica Comunità/Enrico Casazza, lacking only the distinctiveness of my favourite versions – Loveday/Marriner (Decca, Seasons only); Montanari/Dantone (Arts, Op.8 complete); Biondi (Virgin, Op.3 and Op.8 in a super-budget CD set for around £11.50, 6484082) and Pinnock (dal Segno or DGG Archiv, Seasons only). You’ll find a detailed comparison of these in a recent review – here. As introductory sets of Vivaldi go, however, these Casazza recordings are preferable to those of Claudio Scimone on a Warner Classics 2-CD set which I recently reviewed in download form in my March 2011/1 Download Roundup.

One considerable advantage of the Pinnock set on DGG is that it doesn’t contain a version of the Seasons, on the reasonable assumption that you already have a recording of them. If not, it allows you to choose – preferably from one of those which I mention above. You may even find that you need more than one – perhaps the Marriner for a version on modern instruments and Biondi or Dantone for period performances.

The Concerti solenni on CD5 are again available separately on 9198 (around £5). These performances are billed as first recordings. Once more they are provided by the period-instrument group La Magnifica Comunità, who also record for Tactus, though the disc is apparently not licensed from them like some of the discs in the box. RV316a and RV185 are variant forms of works which appeared as Op.4/6 and 7 and RV292 may well be the work of Antonio Cheller. Nevertheless, these are stylish performances of attractive music, well recorded.

I Filarmonici and Alberto Martini provide the Op.3 Concertos, L’Estro armonico, on CDs 3 and 4. They have made some recordings for Naxos – I enjoyed their Vivaldi Dresden Concertos and Veracini Overturtes and Concertos on that label, where Martini is a fine director and soloist – but these two discs are licensed from Tactus where they first appeared in 2004. Tempi are not, for the most part, hugely different from Trevor Pinnock’s (DGG Archiv set, above) but Martini sounds just a little sluggish by comparison. The recording is not ideal, though the sound improves – or the ear adjusts – after a while, but never completely: I noted the same hollowness on another Tactus recording featuring I Filarmonici in Pergolesi – see review.

The two discs of Op.3 together are short value – it’s usual to offer fillers with Op.3, as on the classic ASMF/Marriner set (formerly on Double Decca – grab it is you can – now, surprisingly, available only in a single-CD selection on Australian Decca Eloquence 467 4322), but that hardly matters when the whole box comes so cheaply and the playing is idiomatic and enjoyable, a modern-instrument ensemble to please even hardened authenticists if the recording were more amenable.

The Op.4 collection, la Stravaganza, is the neglected masterpiece among the named sets of concertos. I Filarmonici’s performances are stylish and well recorded, but, here and in Op.3 they are up against stiff competition from Fabio Biondi on the Virgin set to which I’ve referred in the case of Op.8 (above) and, for lovers of modern instruments, Neville Marriner on an inexpensive Double Decca set (444 8212, around £6.50, and generously coupled). The recording on CDs 16-17 is not ideal, but better than some of the other Tactus-derived CDs in the set.

The recording of La Cetra on CDs 18-19 is better, though a trifle bass-heavy. With a different violinist, too, Roberto Baraldi, in place of director Alberto Martini, I thought the performances rather more competitive than their Op.3 and Op.4: I enjoyed these performances and the competition here is less stiff, with the ASMF/Marriner versions, formerly on a Double Decca set, no longer available. Remember that the two Tactus CDs from which these performances are taken would cost more than half the price of the complete 40-CD Brilliant Box.

The Recorder Concertos (CD6) are available separately on Brilliant Classics 93804 (around £5). The period performances are good – stylish and well recorded – but it’s something of a moot question what constitutes a Vivaldi Recorder Concerto, since some of the music here was rehashed as part of the Op.10 Flute Concertos: La Tempesta di Mare, RV98, also features as Op.10/1, RV433, and La notte (RV439) is also Op.10/2. No matter – the Op.10 set is not included in this package –a surprise in view of its popularity. If you want the Op/10 concertos, they’re included in the DG Archiv 5-CD box (above) or separately in a decent set of performances on Naxos (Bela Drahos and the Esterházy Sinfonia, 8.553101).

What is on offer here, RV98, RV105 and RV439, 441-44, is a slightly different collection from what Naxos dubs the ‘complete recorder concertos’, RV95 and 441-5 (8.553829). Naxos also have a completely different collection on a CD entitled Recorder Concertos (8.557215): RV103, 92, 105, 94, 108, 87, and 101. A CPO collection, also dubbed ‘complete recorder concertos’ contains a different selection again: RV86, 108 and 441-5. (777 304-2 - see review.)

This was Cordevento’s recent debut album and it marks an auspicious start. I liked Bosgraaf’s performance of Telemann (Brilliant 93757 – see review), though I thought the complete disc of solo fantasias too unvaried for recommendation, a consideration which certainly doesn’t apply here, where you’re most unlikely to be bored.

I promised not to make too many comparisons, but I can’t help mentioning a recent recording by Mexican Baroque entitled Venice in Mexico, containing music by Vivaldi and his contemporary Giacomo Facco, on which the director Miguel Lawrence performs RV443 and 445 on sopranino recorder in really sprightly fashion. (Divine Art DDA25091). It’s Vivaldi with a difference, including mariachi instruments, vihuela and guitarrón, it contains RV445, absent from the Brilliant Box, and Facco’s two concertos, not otherwise available, are well worth hearing. It also mixes the two recorder concertos with works for other instruments and, for that reason, avoids the possibility of become sated with the sound of the recorder. I’ve seen that recording castigated for its complete abandonment of the period-performance principles on which most modern Vivaldi is based, but that’s the point – it’s a one-off fun recording from players who are clearly enjoying themselves.

On CDs 7-9, the Concertos and Symphonies for Strings, are recorded by the Budapest Strings on discs licensed from Nuova Era. Though they perform on modern instruments, these are stylish accounts, well recorded, on a par with their CD of seven concertos from Op.8 for Naxos, my copy of which has only recently gone off to the charity shop because of pressure of space in a collection which also contains several period-instrument versions of these works. The playing and/or the recording, licensed from Nuova Era, is a little heavier than we have become accustomed to, but I didn’t find that a major problem.

CD10, containing the Mandolin and Lute Concertos is new, recorded for Brilliant Classics in 2009 by L’Arte del’Arco directed by Federico Guglielmo. This disc, also available separately on Brilliant Classics 93810 (around £5), is one of the best in the set, offering a serious challenge to Il Giardino Armonico, recently reissued on Teldec 2564698542. I’d still recommend the Giardino in a straight fight, but the Brilliant single-CD costs much less and as a percentage of the box even less. L’Arte’s account of the Concertos with organ obbligato on CD12 is also very stylish.

Having written at some length about the Mandolin and Lute concertos, I find that they seem to have been replaced in Brilliant Classics’ final scheme – most confusingly, my review set seems not to accord in all details with what is advertised – see below for details, as far as I can work them out. No matter: as the review copy of CD10 is available separately – which is presumably one reason for the change – you can obtain it on 93810.

The stylish Opera Overtures on CD11 come from Vivaldi pluralists Modo Antiquo with Federico Maria Sardelli, fast and furious in the main but completely in character, or, as Mark Sealey puts it in his review of a later Modo Antiquo Vivaldi recording for Naïve, there’s lots of meaning in the way that the music is put together. The single CD of these is well worth having, if that’s all that you want (see above), outshining Scimone on Warner Apex, and the 2001 recording, licensed from Frame, is one of the most immediate in the whole set. I had time only to dip into this CD in order to get this review completed, but it’s one of the constituent parts of the set to which I shall be returning.

Modo Antiquo also contribute the multi-instrument Concerti per molti istromenti on CD25, another stylish set of performances in a good but slightly bass-heavy recording. I expected the performances of these showy works to be a little over-the-top in the Italian manner; if anything, they are rather restrained, but not unduly so. There’s some rare material here: as I noted in my review of Vivaldi’s music in The Rise of the North Italian Violin Concerto, Volume 3 (La Serenissima, AV2154 – see review), there are only two current recordings of RV562a and RV569, on that Avie recording and here, and both are enjoyable. I’m not going to try to choose, except to note that Modo Antiquo’s tempi are noticeably faster than their rivals, who live up to the serenity of their name. RV566 will be more familiar – I’ll leave you wondering in what alternative guise you’ve heard its finale.

The performances of ten Cello Concertos (CDs13-14) are rather heavy. Though they are not unenjoyable, they won’t really serve today – they are more in the style of I Musici’s 1960s performances: you may wish to supplement them with one or more of the volumes of the Naïve series on which the concertos are performed by Christophe Coin and Il Giardino Armonico/Giovanni Antonini: I reviewed Volume 2 (OP30457) here.

Where the two recordings overlap, Coin and Antonini make the Heidelbergers sound over-large and liable to make too heavy weather of this beautiful music. For a smaller monetary layout, the Naxos series with Raphael Wallfisch, the City of London Sinfonia and Nicholas Kraemer will also bring greater satisfaction than these Heidelberg recordings, licensed from Capriccio. Compare the Naxos version of RV414 (Volume 4, 8.550910) with the Heidelberg performances and the latter sound laboured. The Naïve and Naxos recordings also offer more music, typically seven concertos against five on the Brilliant set. Both the rival recordings offer (much) faster tempi without losing the emotional power of the music.

I hadn’t expected to find two of Bach’s organ transcriptions of Vivaldi concertos, plus arrangements of BWV 972-973, 975, 976 and 978, in such a collection (CD15), but they receive stylish performances from Elena Barshai. There’s no information about the organ – it and the chosen registration are a little on the large side for Bach, but not unduly so – or even the date of the recording, but it’s given as DDD and I’ve no reason to doubt that it’s comparatively recent. It appears to have been extracted from a 2-CD Brilliant Classics release from 2006.

Like Antiquo Modo, Concerto Italiano and Rinaldo Alessandrini are Vivaldi pluralists, recording for Naïve as well as for Tactus, from whose catalogue the Concerti per archi (string concertos) on CD20 are taken. With Fabio Biondi, no less, as violin soloist, I could almost have guaranteed these 1988 performances without hearing them. As it is, with stylish playing and just about the best recording among the Tactus borrowings, only the short-ish playing time is at all a problem and, once again, the generous price takes care of that.

Il Giardino Armonico recorded the Concerti da camera or chamber concertos on CD21 for Nuova Era in 1988. Like Concerto Italiano they have since recorded for other labels, notably for Warner/Teldec. They have recorded several volumes of these chamber concertos for Teldec, but the selection of six on CD21 is very welcome.

Heinz Holliger, the oboist on CD22, is a stylish performer of baroque music. He’s partnered in the Oboe Concertos by I Musici, equally stylish performers of Bach and Vivaldi by the terms of their time. Though their style had come to be rather outdated by the time of these recordings for Philips in 1975 and 1981 – I doubt if the 1975 recordings are DDD, as the sleeve claims – these are some of their lighter and sprightlier offerings and I found them generally enjoyable, especially with Klaus Thunemann abetting ably on the bassoon in RV545 (tracks 7-9). RV454 is a variant of Op.8/9 and, though La Magnifica Comunità play it at marginally faster tempi on CD2, Holliger and co acquit themselves with distinction. Despite my doubts about the DDD provenance of RV463, the recording is good.

The Bassoon Concertos (CD23) are taken from an ASV recording, with Daniel Smith, the ECO and Sir Philip Ledger. I’m pleased to see that Universal, who now own ASV but don’t seem to know what to do with it, are beginning to license some of these recordings. I welcomed the Regis reissue of a Lassus recording from this stable in my April 2011/1 Download Roundup – here. (The Cardinall’s Musick, RRC1369, at super-budget price).

ASV recorded several volumes with these performers – surely rather earlier than the date of 1996 which Brilliant claim – but the single 71-minute selection here is probably enough for most listeners, despite the quality of the playing and recording. There’s a complete series on Naxos for those who wish to explore further.

Musica ad Rhenum contribute the bulk of the Concertos for diverse instruments on CD24, with Ensemble Florilegium adding the final Concerto in d. No provenance or venue is given for this 1993 recording, but the performances are stylish, with Manfred Kraemer (Musica ad Rhenum) and Rachel Podger (Florilegium) practically guaranteeing the outcome. The Concerto in D, Il gardellino (the goldfinch), a variant of the concerto of that name in the Op.10 set, receives a stylish and lively performance here.

Around this point there’s a discrepancy between my review copy and what is advertised as the finished product. CD21 is due to become a disc of Viola d’amore concertos – I can’t comment because in my case I have not got this. Nor do I have the Lute concertos which should form CD18, unless they overlap with the Mandolin and Lute concertos which form CD10 of my review set but not of the final version. Nor does the finished product seem to include my version of CD26, split between two mandolin concertos and three cello sonatas. From CD35 onwards, even more problems arise as to what I have received and what will be available – see below.

I was pleasantly surprised to find an opera recording here in the form of Il Teuzzone (CDs30-32), available separately on 93351 (3 CDs, around £9). To the best of my knowledge, this is the only recording of the work, composed for the 1719 Carnival season, but the performance is only so-so, with some squally singing, and you really do need the libretto and translation, which I assume are provided with the 3-CD set or the Tactus release on which the performance was first issued (TC672200). Not having heard this opera before, I found myself as much at sea as the average listener, though Stanford provide a synopsis – here. I did have some harmless fun working out which bits of this opera Vivaldi had ‘borrowed’ from which of his other works. Try spotting where track 24 of the first CD comes from – it’s a work included in this set.

My review copy came with no notes or texts – surely essential for the kind of beginning collector at whom the set is aimed and a disappointment when the Brilliant Classics set of Monteverdi’s Ritorno d’Ulisse comes with the most elaborate booklet that I’ve ever seen at less than full price, but the final article is being advertised with an extra CD-ROM, which will, presumably, supply the necessary – including the libretto of Teuzzone?

Even now Vivaldi’s cantatas and choral music are not the most common fare, so I was pleased to see that the set is rounded off with ten discs of this music – or would be if I were sure what was on my review copies and what will appear in the package on sale. In fact, there is even more confusion than on some of the earlier discs.

The review CDs 34 and 35 supposedly offer the Cantatas for soprano and basso continuo, with Rosanna Bertini (CD34) and Nicky Kennedy and Elena Cecchi Fedi (CD35) as soloists with Modo Antiquo and Federico Maria Sardelli. These will be CDs 32-33 in the final product. Modo Antiquo record for Naïve and CPO with the likes of Sandrine Piau and Philippe Jaroussky: see, for example, Mark Sealey’s enthusiastic review of Atenaïde on OP30438. You won’t find singing to equal that of Piau and Jaroussky here; Bertini falls not far short, but overall you’re not likely to be too disappointed. The recording displays none of the problems that I found with other Tactus offerings.

The only information that I have concerning the finished product for CDs 34 and 35 is that they will offer ‘Choral Works’. Though my review CD34 was what it claimed to be, CD35 turned out to be other than its was described – despite what the label and sleeve say, it’s actually Volume 35 of the final article. I appreciate that they changed their minds about the final order at some late stage, but it would have been helpful if Brilliant Classics had not only sent out a review set commensurate with the final version but also if what it says on the label and sleeve actually corresponded to what is on the disc.

In fact, iTunes with the assistance of Gracenote rode to the rescue and identified the music as Laudate pueri, RV600, In furore, RV626, and Nulla in mundo pax, RV630, performed by the Liszt Chamber Orchestra and Frigyes Sandór. Thesr are decent performances, but outclassed by the Hyperion recordings with the King’s Consort: RV600 on CDA66829; RV626 and 630 on CDA66779.

I can’t, therefore, comment on the performances on what will be Volume 33 of the set. Thankfully, however, CDs 36-40 are what they claim to be in both versions.

I was surprised to find the less well-known Gloria, RV588, but disappointed that it was not combined with the better known Gloria RV598, as Naïve do (Concerto Italiano/Rinaldo Alessandrini, OP304850) – indeed the better-known work is not included in the box.

The performances of Gloria and Stabat mater (CD36) are offered by the same reliable team who recorded the Brilliant Box of Bach’s Cantatas, the Netherlands Bach Collegium directed by Pieter Jan Leusink. Reliable is the word here. The Introduction to the Gloria, RV389, gets off to a good start with sprightly tempi, but the alto (countertenor) Sytse Buwalda, suffers from the plumminess that all too often affects altos, so that the words tend to get lost. I defy you to hear more than the last word of In tua solemni pompa at the start of track 2. The other soloists are much more attractive and the Bach Collegium and the other performers largely make amends, though the weaknesses of the Holland Boys’ Choir are too often all too apparent. (Listen to track 4, Et in terra pax, for example – and see Robert Hugill’s review of the original single-CD release.)

Alessandrini may be rather fast in this music, but once you have heard his recording with Sara Mingardo in RV588 this Brilliant performance comes as an inevitable disappointment. I don’t expect to listen to Leusink’s team too often, but the rather better performance of the Stabat mater makes amends – and, of course, this is a rare dud in such a reasonably-priced box.

Leusink and his team also contribute CDs 37-40. Here again generally attractive performances suffer from individual shortcomings – including, in the case of CD38, very short playing time – but in general the contributions are more reliable than in the Gloria. Provided that you don’t try detailed comparison, the Magnificat on CD38 and its three companions make enjoyable listening. In fact, Leusink’s tempi are almost as sprightly as those of Robert King and the King’s Consort (RV610a on Hyperion CDA66769) and Jean Lamon, with Emma Kirkby et al (610b), also for Hyperion, on their budget label Hyperion (CDH55190) and, though the singing on both Hyperion versions is clearly superior, you won’t be seriously disappointed with Leusink’s team.

To return, then, to where I began: disregard the few below-par CDs in the set and what you have left offers a tremendous bargain to beginners and those who have already collected a few Vivaldi recordings alike. Even with the discrepancies between my review copies and the advertised package, this has to be a bargain. With the promised CD-ROM which, I trust, will provide the missing texts, the bargain is better still.

-- Brian Wilson, MusicWeb International
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Works on This Recording

1.
Concerto for Cello in C minor, RV 402 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Philippe Muller (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
2.
Concerto for Cello in D minor, RV 407 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Philippe Muller (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
3.
Concerto for Cello in G major, RV 414 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Philippe Muller (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
4.
Concerto for Cello in B minor, RV 424 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Philippe Muller (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
5.
Concerto for 2 Cellos in G minor, RV 531 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Henri Foehr (Cello), Marnik van de Velde (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
6.
Concerto for Cello in D major, RV 403 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Philippe Muller (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
7.
Concerto for Cello in A minor, RV 418 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Philippe Muller (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
8.
Concerto for Cello in F major, RV 412 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Philippe Muller (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
9.
Concerto for Strings in C minor, RV 120 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Philippe Muller (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
10.
Concerto for Cello in E flat major, RV 408 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Philippe Muller (Cello)
Conductor:  Klaus Preis
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
11.
Concerto in C major after Vivaldi, BWV 976 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer:  Elena Barshai (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1708-1717; Weimar, Germany 
12.
Concerto for Organ solo in G major, BWV 592 (after Duke Johann Ernst of Saxe-Weimar) by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer:  Elena Barshai (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1708-1717; Weimar, Germany 
13.
Concerto in D major after Vivaldi, BWV 972 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer:  Elena Barshai (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1708-1717; Weimar, Germany 
14.
Concerto in G minor after Vivaldi, BWV 975 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer:  Elena Barshai (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1708-1717; Weimar, Germany 
15.
Concerto in F major after Vivaldi, BWV 978 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer:  Elena Barshai (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1708-1717; Weimar, Germany 
16.
Concerto for Organ solo in A minor, BWV 593 (after Vivaldi) by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer:  Elena Barshai (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1708-1717; Weimar, Germany 
17.
Concerto in G major after Vivaldi, BWV 973 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performer:  Elena Barshai (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1708-1717; Weimar, Germany 
18.
Concerto for 2 Mandolins in G major by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marten Scheffer (Mandolin), Rens Van der Zalm (Mandolin)
Conductor:  Krijn Koetsveld
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Malipiero Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
19.
Concerto for Mandolin in C major, RV 425 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marten Scheffer (Mandolin)
Conductor:  Krijn Koetsveld
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Malipiero Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
20.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in B flat major, Op. 14 no 6/RV 46 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Mike Fentross (Theorbo), Viola de Hoog (Cello), Krijn Koetsveld (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1740; Venice, Italy 
21.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in G minor, RV 42 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Mike Fentross (Theorbo), Viola de Hoog (Cello), Krijn Koetsveld (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
22.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in A minor, RV 44 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Mike Fentross (Theorbo), Viola de Hoog (Cello), Krijn Koetsveld (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
23.
Ostro picta in D major, RV 642 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marjon Strijk (Soprano)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
24.
Alla caccia, alla caccia, RV 670 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Sytse Buwalda (Alto)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
25.
Par che tardo, RV 662 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marjon Strijk (Soprano)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
26.
All'ombra di sospetto, RV 678 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marjon Strijk (Soprano)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
27.
Laudate pueri Dominum in C minor, RV 600 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marjon Strijk (Soprano)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
28.
Che giova il sospirar, RV 679 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marjon Strijk (Soprano)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
29.
Care selve amici prati, RV 671 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Sytse Buwalda (Alto)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
30.
Geme l'onda che parte, RV 657 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marjon Strijk (Soprano)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
31.
Perfidissimo cor!, RV 674 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Sytse Buwalda (Alto)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
32.
Perche son molli, RV 681 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marjon Strijk (Soprano)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
33.
Concertos (4) for Violin, Op. 8 no 1-4 "Four seasons" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Conductor:  Enrico Casazza
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
34.
Concerto for Violin in E major, Op. 8 no 1/RV 269 "Primavera" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1725; Venice, Italy 
35.
Concerto for Violin in G minor, Op. 8 no 2/RV 315 "L'estate" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
36.
Concerto for Violin in F major, Op. 8 no 3/RV 293 "L'autunno" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
37.
Concerto for Violin in F minor, Op. 8 no 4/RV 297 "L'inverno" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
38.
Concerto for Violin in E flat major, Op. 8 no 5/RV 253 "La tempesta di mare" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
39.
Concerto for Violin in C major, Op. 8 no 6/RV 180 "Il piacere" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
40.
Concerto for Violin in D minor, Op. 8 no 7/RV 242 "Per Pisendel" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
41.
Concerto for Violin in G minor, Op. 8 no 8/RV 332 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
42.
Concerto for Oboe in D minor, Op. 8 no 9/RV 454 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
43.
Concerto for Violin in B flat major, Op. 8 no 10/RV 362 "La caccia" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
44.
Concerto for Violin in D major, Op. 8 no 11/RV 210 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
45.
Concerto for Oboe in C major, Op. 8 no 12/RV 449 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1725; Venice, Italy 
46.
Concerto for 4 Violins in D major, Op. 3 no 1/RV 549 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Simone Scotto (Cello), Ettore Pellegrino (Violin), Enrico Balboni (Violin),
Alberto Martini (Violin), Stefano Pagliani (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
47.
Concerto for 2 Violins and Cello in G minor, Op. 3 no 2/RV 578 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Marianne Chen (Cello), Alberto Martini (Violin), Ettore Pellegrino (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
48.
Concerto for Violin in G major, Op. 3 no 3/RV 310 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Stefano Pagliani (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
49.
Concerto for 4 Violins in E minor, Op. 3 no 4/RV 550 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin), Stefano Pagliani (Violin), Enrico Balboni (Violin),
Ettore Pellegrino (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
50.
Concerto for 2 Violins in A major, Op. 3 no 5/RV 519 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin), Ettore Pellegrino (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
51.
Concerto for Violin in A minor, Op. 3 no 6/RV 356 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Balboni (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
52.
Concerto for 4 Violins and Cello in F major, Op. 3 no 7/RV 567 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Simone Scotto (Cello), Ettore Pellegrino (Violin), Enrico Balboni (Violin),
Alberto Martini (Violin), Stefano Pagliani (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
53.
Concerto for 2 Violins in A minor, Op. 3 no 8/RV 522 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Balboni (Violin), Stefano Pagliani (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
54.
Concerto for Violin in D major, Op. 3 no 9/RV 230 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Ettore Pellegrino (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
55.
Concerto for 4 Violins and Cello in B minor, Op. 3 no 10/RV 580 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin), Stefano Pagliani (Violin), Ettore Pellegrino (Violin),
Simone Scotto (Cello), Enrico Balboni (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
56.
Concerto for 2 Violins and Cello in D minor, Op. 3 no 11/RV 565 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Balboni (Violin), Alberto Martini (Violin), Simone Scotto (Cello)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
57.
Concerto for Violin in E major, Op. 3 no 12/RV 265 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 11/1995 
58.
Concerto for Violin in C minor, RV 197 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Conductor:  Enrico Casazza
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
59.
Sinfonia for Strings in A major, RV Anh 85 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Conductor:  Enrico Casazza
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
60.
Concerto for Strings in G minor, RV 155 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Conductor:  Enrico Casazza
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
61.
Concerto for Violin in G minor, Op. 4 no 6/RV 316a by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Conductor:  Enrico Casazza
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
62.
Concerto for Violin in C major, Op. 4 no 7/RV 185 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Conductor:  Enrico Casazza
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
63.
Concerto for Violin in D minor, RV 247 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Conductor:  Enrico Casazza
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
64.
Concerto for Violin in F major, RV 292 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Conductor:  Enrico Casazza
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
65.
Concerto for Strings in E minor, RV 134 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Enrico Casazza (Violin)
Conductor:  Enrico Casazza
Orchestra/Ensemble:  La Magnifica Comunitŕ
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
66.
Concerto for Piccolo in C major, RV 444 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Erik Bosgraaf (Recorder)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cordevento
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
67.
Concerto for Flute in G minor, Op. 10 no 2/RV 439 "La notte" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Erik Bosgraaf (Recorder)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cordevento
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1728; Venice, Italy 
68.
Chamber Concerto in F major, RV 98 "La tempesta di mare" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Erik Bosgraaf (Recorder)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cordevento
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
69.
Chamber Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, Violin and Bassoon in G minor, RV 105 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Erik Bosgraaf (Recorder)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cordevento
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
70.
Concerto for Recorder in F major, RV 442 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Erik Bosgraaf (Recorder)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cordevento
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
71.
Concerto for Recorder in C minor, RV 441 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Erik Bosgraaf (Recorder)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cordevento
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
72.
Concerto for Piccolo in C major, RV 443 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Erik Bosgraaf (Recorder)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cordevento
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
73.
Concerto for Strings in C major, RV 109 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Béla Bánfalvi (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 3 Minutes 53 Secs. 
74.
Concerto for Strings in C minor, RV 120 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Béla Bánfalvi (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 6 Minutes 17 Secs. 
75.
Concerto for Strings in D major, RV 126 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Béla Bánfalvi (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 5 Minutes 20 Secs. 
76.
Concerto for Strings in D minor, RV 129 "Madrigalesco" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Béla Bánfalvi (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 3 Minutes 15 Secs. 
77.
Sinfonia for Strings in E major, RV 131 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Béla Bánfalvi (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 4 Minutes 26 Secs. 
78.
Concerto for Strings in E minor, RV 134 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Béla Bánfalvi (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 5 Minutes 35 Secs. 
79.
Concerto for Strings in F minor, RV 143 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Béla Bánfalvi (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 5 Minutes 5 Secs. 
80.
Concerto for Strings in G major, RV 151 "Alla rustica" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Béla Bánfalvi (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 3 Minutes 8 Secs. 
81.
Concerto for Strings in G minor, RV 155 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Béla Bánfalvi (Violin)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 9 Minutes 0 Secs. 
82.
Concerto for Strings in C major, RV 110 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 4 Minutes 12 Secs. 
83.
Concerto for Strings in C minor, RV 118 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 6 Minutes 6 Secs. 
84.
Concerto for Strings in D major, RV 123 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 5 Minutes 54 Secs. 
85.
Concerto for Strings in D minor, RV 127 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 4 Minutes 21 Secs. 
86.
Concerto for Strings in F major, RV 136 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 5 Minutes 2 Secs. 
87.
Concerto for Strings in F major, RV 142 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 4 Minutes 19 Secs. 
88.
Concerto for Strings in G major, RV 145 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 4 Minutes 41 Secs. 
89.
Concerto for Strings in G minor, RV 156 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 6 Minutes 37 Secs. 
90.
Concerto for Strings in A major, RV 159 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 4 Minutes 44 Secs. 
91.
Concerto for Strings in A minor, RV 161 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 4 Minutes 4 Secs. 
92.
Sinfonia for Strings in C major, RV 112 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 4 Minutes 1 Secs. 
93.
Concerto for Strings in C major, RV 113 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 6 Minutes 57 Secs. 
94.
Concerto for Strings in D major, RV 121 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 5 Minutes 18 Secs. 
95.
Concerto for Strings in D minor, RV 128 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 5 Minutes 35 Secs. 
96.
Concerto for Strings in E flat major, RV 130 "Sonata al Santo Sepolcro" by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 6 Minutes 45 Secs. 
97.
Sinfonia for Strings in E major, RV 132 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 8 Minutes 50 Secs. 
98.
Concerto for Strings in E minor, RV 133 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 6 Minutes 17 Secs. 
99.
Sinfonia for Strings in G major, RV 149 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 5 Minutes 33 Secs. 
100.
Concerto for Strings in G minor, RV 152 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 4 Minutes 59 Secs. 
101.
Concerto for Strings in B flat major, RV 164 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Béla Bánfalvi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Budapest Strings
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 1991 
Length: 3 Minutes 40 Secs. 
102.
Concerto for 2 Mandolins in G major by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
103.
Concerto for Mandolin in C major, RV 425 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
104.
Trio Sonata for Violin, Lute and Basso Continuo in G minor, RV 85 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
105.
Concerto for Guitar in D major by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
106.
Trio Sonata for Violin, Lute and Basso Continuo in C major, RV 82 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
107.
Concerto for Viola d'Amore and Lute in D minor, RV 540 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
108.
Concerto for Harpsichord in A major, RV 780 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
109.
La fida ninfa, RV 714: Sinfonia "Tempesta di mare" by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1732; Venice, Italy 
110.
Arsilda, RV 700: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1716; Venice, Italy 
111.
Giustino, RV 717: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1724; Rome, Italy 
112.
Bajazet, RV 703 "Tamerlano": Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1735; Verona, Italy 
113.
L'Olimpiade, RV 725: no 1, Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1734; Venice, Italy 
114.
La Senna festeggiante, RV 693: Overture by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1726; ?Venice, Italy 
115.
La Senna festeggiante, RV 693: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1726; ?Venice, Italy 
116.
Griselda, RV 718: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1735; Venice, Italy 
117.
Il Teuzzone, RV 736: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1719; Mantua, Italy 
118.
Ottone in Villa, RV 729: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1713; Venice, Italy 
119.
Il Farnace, RV 711: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
120.
L'incoronazione di Dario, RV 719: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1716; Venice, Italy 
121.
Armida al campo d'Egitto, RV 699: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1718; Venice, Italy 
122.
Dorilla in Tempe, RV 709: Sinfonia by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1726; Venice, Italy 
123.
Concerto for Violin and Organ in D minor, RV 541 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Organ)
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
124.
Concerto for Violin and Organ in F major, RV 542 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Organ)
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
125.
Concerto in C major for Violin, Traverso and Organ, RV 779 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Organ)
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
126.
Concerto for Violin and Organ in C minor, RV 766 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Organ)
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
127.
Concerto for Violin and Organ in F major, RV 767 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Organ)
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
128.
Concerto for Violin, Organ and Oboe in C major, RV 554 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Organ)
Conductor:  Federico Guglielmo
Orchestra/Ensemble:  L'Arte dell'Arco
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
129.
Concerto for Violin in B flat major, Op. 4 no 1/RV 383a by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 8 Minutes 51 Secs. 
130.
Concerto for Violin in E minor, Op. 4 no 2/RV 279 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 10 Minutes 7 Secs. 
131.
Concerto for Violin in G major, Op. 4 no 3/RV 301 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 9 Minutes 45 Secs. 
132.
Concerto for Violin in A minor, Op. 4 no 4/RV 357 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 8 Minutes 14 Secs. 
133.
Concerto for Violin in A major, RV 347 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 10 Minutes 5 Secs. 
134.
Concerto for Violin in G minor, Op. 4 no 6/RV 316a by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 9 Minutes 44 Secs. 
135.
Concerto for Violin in C major, Op. 4 no 7/RV 185 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 8 Minutes 4 Secs. 
136.
Concerto for Violin in D minor, Op. 4 no 8/RV 249 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 7 Minutes 59 Secs. 
137.
Concerto for Violin in F major, Op. 4 no 9/RV 284 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 7 Minutes 33 Secs. 
138.
Concerto for Violin in C minor, Op. 4 no 10/RV 196 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 8 Minutes 21 Secs. 
139.
Concerto for Violin in D major, Op. 4 no 11/RV 204 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 6 Minutes 20 Secs. 
140.
Concerto for Violin in G major, Op. 4 no 12/RV 298 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1714; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 02/1995 
Venue:  Morone Hall, Verona, Italy 
Length: 10 Minutes 47 Secs. 
141.
Concerto for Violin in C major, Op. 9 no 1/RV 181a by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
142.
Concerto for Violin in A major, Op. 9 no 2/RV 345 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
143.
Concerto for Violin in G minor, Op. 9 no 3/RV 334 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
144.
Concerto for Violin in E major, Op. 9 no 4/RV 263a by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
145.
Concerto for Violin in A minor, Op. 9 no 5/RV 358 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
146.
Concerto for Violin in A major, Op. 9 no 6/RV 348 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
147.
Concerto for Violin in B flat major, Op. 9 no 7/RV 359 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
148.
Concerto for Violin in D minor, Op. 9 no 8/RV 238 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
149.
Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, Op. 9 no 9/RV 530 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alberto Martini (Violin), Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
150.
Concerto for Violin in G major, Op. 9 no 10/RV 300 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
151.
Concerto for Violin in C minor, Op. 9 no 11/RV 198a by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
152.
Concerto for Violin in B minor, Op. 9 no 12/RV 391 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Baraldi (Violin)
Conductor:  Alberto Martini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Accademia I Filarmonici
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1727; Venice, Italy 
153.
Concerto for Violin in D major, Op. 12 no 3/RV 124 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Fabio Biondi (Violin)
Conductor:  Rinaldo Alessandrini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Concerto Italiano
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1729; Venice, Italy 
154.
Concerto for Strings in G minor, RV 154 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Fabio Biondi (Violin)
Conductor:  Rinaldo Alessandrini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Concerto Italiano
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
155.
Concerto for Violin in G major, RV 302 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Fabio Biondi (Violin)
Conductor:  Rinaldo Alessandrini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Concerto Italiano
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
156.
Concerto for Violin in B flat major, RV 367 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Fabio Biondi (Violin)
Conductor:  Rinaldo Alessandrini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Concerto Italiano
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
157.
Concerto for 2 Violins in A minor, Op. 3 no 8/RV 522 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Fabio Biondi (Violin)
Conductor:  Rinaldo Alessandrini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Concerto Italiano
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
158.
Concerto for 2 Violins and Cello in G minor, Op. 3 no 2/RV 578 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Fabio Biondi (Violin)
Conductor:  Rinaldo Alessandrini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Concerto Italiano
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1711; Venice, Italy 
159.
Trio Sonata for Recorder, Bassoon and Basso Continuo in A minor, F 15 no 1/RV 86 by Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Il Giardino Armonico
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
160.
Chamber Concerto in F major, RV 98 "La tempesta di mare" by Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Il Giardino Armonico
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
161.
Chamber Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, Violin and Bassoon in G major, RV 101 by Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Il Giardino Armonico
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
162.
Chamber Concerto for Recorder, Oboe and Bassoon in G minor, RV 103 by Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Il Giardino Armonico
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
163.
Chamber Concerto for Recorder, Oboe, Violin and Bassoon in G minor, RV 105 by Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Il Giardino Armonico
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
164.
Chamber Concerto for Flute, Oboe, Violin, Bassoon and Basso Continuo in G minor, RV 107 by Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Il Giardino Armonico
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
165.
Concerto for Oboe in C major, RV 452 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Heinz Holliger (Oboe)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  I Musici
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 08/1981 
Venue:  La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland 
Length: 6 Minutes 23 Secs. 
166.
Concerto for Oboe in D minor, Op. 8 no 9/RV 454 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Heinz Holliger (Oboe)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  I Musici
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 08/1981 
Venue:  La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland 
Length: 8 Minutes 17 Secs. 
167.
Concerto for Oboe and Bassoon in G major, RV 545 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Klaus Thunemann (Bassoon), Heinz Holliger (Oboe)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  I Musici
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 08/1981 
Venue:  La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland 
Length: 10 Minutes 3 Secs. 
168.
Concerto for Oboe in C major, RV 446 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Heinz Holliger (Oboe)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  I Musici
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 08/1981 
Venue:  La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland 
Length: 8 Minutes 48 Secs. 
169.
Concerto for Oboe in A minor, RV 463 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Heinz Holliger (Oboe)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  I Musici
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1975 
Venue:  La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland 
Length: 9 Minutes 31 Secs. 
170.
Concerto for Oboe in C major, RV 447 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Heinz Holliger (Oboe)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  I Musici
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1975 
Venue:  La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland 
Length: 14 Minutes 33 Secs. 
171.
Concerto for Bassoon in C major, RV 467 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Daniel Smith (Bassoon)
Conductor:  Sir Philip Ledger
Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
172.
Concerto for Bassoon in F major, RV 491 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Daniel Smith (Bassoon)
Conductor:  Sir Philip Ledger
Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
173.
Concerto for Bassoon in A minor, RV 500 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Daniel Smith (Bassoon)
Conductor:  Sir Philip Ledger
Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
174.
Concerto for Bassoon in A minor, RV 499 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Daniel Smith (Bassoon), Thomas [Double Bass] Martin (Double Bass)
Conductor:  Sir Philip Ledger
Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
175.
Concerto for Bassoon in C major, RV 466 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Daniel Smith (Bassoon)
Conductor:  Sir Philip Ledger
Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
176.
Concerto for Bassoon in F major, RV 486 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Daniel Smith (Bassoon)
Conductor:  Sir Philip Ledger
Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
177.
Concerto for Bassoon in C major, RV 474 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Daniel Smith (Bassoon)
Conductor:  Sir Philip Ledger
Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
178.
Concerto for Bassoon in F major, RV 487 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Daniel Smith (Bassoon)
Conductor:  Sir Philip Ledger
Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
179.
Concerto for Strings in G major, RV 151 "Alla rustica" by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Jed Wentz
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1992 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 3 Minutes 24 Secs. 
180.
Concerto for Cello in G minor, RV 417 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Balázs Maté (Cello)
Conductor:  Jed Wentz
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1992 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 8 Minutes 46 Secs. 
181.
Concerto for Flute in D major, Op. 10 no 3/RV 428 "Il gardellino" by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute)
Conductor:  Jed Wentz
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1728; Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1992 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 8 Minutes 19 Secs. 
182.
Concerto for 2 Flutes in C major, RV 533 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Jed Wentz (Flute), Marion Moonen (Flute)
Conductor:  Jed Wentz
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1992 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 6 Minutes 49 Secs. 
183.
Concerto for Violin in G minor by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Manfred Kraemer (Violin)
Conductor:  Jed Wentz
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1992 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 8 Minutes 38 Secs. 
184.
Concerto for Flute, Violin and Bassoon in D major, RV 91 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Manfred Kraemer (Violin), Balázs Maté (Cello), Jed Wentz (Flute)
Conductor:  Jed Wentz
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Musica ad Rhenum
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1992 
Venue:  Maria Minor Church, Utrecht, Netherlands 
Length: 7 Minutes 57 Secs. 
185.
Concerto for Violin, 2 Oboes and 2 Horns in D major, RV 562 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1995 
Length: 10 Minutes 34 Secs. 
186.
Concerto for Violin and Oboe in G minor, RV 576 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1995 
Length: 10 Minutes 36 Secs. 
187.
Concerto for 2 Violins, 2 Recorders, 2 Oboes and Bassoon in D minor, RV 566 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1995 
Length: 7 Minutes 15 Secs. 
188.
Concerto for 2 Horns in F major, RV 538 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1995 
Length: 10 Minutes 41 Secs. 
189.
Concerto for Violin, 2 Oboes, 2 Horns and Bassoon in F major, RV 569 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/1995 
Length: 12 Minutes 14 Secs. 
190.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in B flat major, Op. 14 no 1/RV 47 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Jaap ter Linden (Cello), Lars Ulrik Mortensen (Harpsichord)
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1740; Venice, Italy 
Length: 3 Minutes 54 Secs. 
191.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in F major, Op. 14 no 2/RV 41 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Lars Ulrik Mortensen (Harpsichord), Jaap ter Linden (Cello)
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1740; Venice, Italy 
Length: 2 Minutes 58 Secs. 
192.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in A minor, Op. 14 no 3/RV 43 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Lars Ulrik Mortensen (Harpsichord), Jaap ter Linden (Cello)
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1740; Venice, Italy 
Length: 3 Minutes 41 Secs. 
193.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in B flat major, Op. 14 no 4/RV 45 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Lars Ulrik Mortensen (Harpsichord), Jaap ter Linden (Cello)
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1740; Venice, Italy 
Length: 3 Minutes 43 Secs. 
194.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in E minor, Op. 14 no 5/RV 40 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Jaap ter Linden (Cello), Lars Ulrik Mortensen (Harpsichord)
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1740; Venice, Italy 
Length: 4 Minutes 0 Secs. 
195.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in B flat major, Op. 14 no 6/RV 46 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Lars Ulrik Mortensen (Harpsichord), Jaap ter Linden (Cello)
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1740; Venice, Italy 
Length: 2 Minutes 24 Secs. 
196.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in G minor, RV 42 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Jaap ter Linden (Cello), Lars Ulrik Mortensen (Harpsichord)
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Length: 2 Minutes 21 Secs. 
197.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in A minor, RV 44 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Jaap ter Linden (Cello), Lars Ulrik Mortensen (Harpsichord)
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Length: 3 Minutes 47 Secs. 
198.
Sonata for Cello and Basso Continuo in E flat major, RV 39 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Lars Ulrik Mortensen (Harpsichord), Jaap ter Linden (Cello)
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Length: 3 Minutes 56 Secs. 
199.
Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in C major, RV 48 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Stefania Marusi (Flute), Francesco Baroni (Harpsichord),
Roberto Loreggian (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Venue:  Villa Beatrice d'Este. Baone, Padua, Ita 
Length: 10 Minutes 39 Secs. 
200.
Trio Sonata for 2 Recorders and Basso Continuo in G major, F 15 no 7/RV 80 by Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  ConSerto Musico
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Venue:  Villa Beatrice d'Este. Baone, Padua, Ita 
Length: 5 Minutes 9 Secs. 
201.
Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in D minor, RV 49 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Stefania Marusi (Flute), Francesco Baroni (Harpsichord),
Roberto Loreggian (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Venue:  Villa Beatrice d'Este. Baone, Padua, Ita 
Length: 7 Minutes 57 Secs. 
202.
Le Printemps de Vivaldi in E major by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Performer:  Stefania Marusi (Flute)
Period: Baroque 
Venue:  Villa Beatrice d'Este. Baone, Padua, Ita 
Length: 10 Minutes 17 Secs. 
203.
Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in G minor, RV 51 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Organ), Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Stefania Marusi (Flute),
Francesco Baroni (Harpsichord)
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Venue:  Villa Beatrice d'Este. Baone, Padua, Ita 
Length: 8 Minutes 23 Secs. 
204.
Sonata for Flute and Basso Continuo in E minor, RV 50 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Roberto Loreggian (Harpsichord), Stefania Marusi (Flute), Francesco Baroni (Harpsichord),
Roberto Loreggian (Organ)
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Venue:  Villa Beatrice d'Este. Baone, Padua, Ita 
Length: 11 Minutes 49 Secs. 
205.
Trio Sonata for 2 Flutes and Basso Continuo, RV 800 by Antonio Vivaldi
Orchestra/Ensemble:  ConSerto Musico
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1728-1729; Italy 
Venue:  Villa Beatrice d'Este. Baone, Padua, Ita 
Length: 5 Minutes 12 Secs. 
206.
Il Teuzzone, RV 736 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Andrea Favari (Bass), Maurizia Barazzoni (Soprano), Angelo Manzotti (Countertenor),
Marcello Lippi (Baritone), Fernanda Piccini (Mezzo Soprano), Susanna Bortolamei (Alto),
Mauro Pagano (Tenor)
Conductor:  Sandro Volta
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Teatro di Guastalla Baroque Opera Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1719; Mantua, Italy 
207.
Fonti di pianto piangete, RV 656 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alessandra Ruffini (Soprano)
Conductor:  Roberto Gini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Ensemble Concerto
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
208.
Sorge vermiglia in ciel, RV 667 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alessandra Ruffini (Soprano)
Conductor:  Roberto Gini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Ensemble Concerto
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
209.
Lungi dal vago, RV 680 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Alessandra Ruffini (Soprano)
Conductor:  Roberto Gini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Ensemble Concerto
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
210.
Perfidissimo cor!, RV 674 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Caterina Calvi (Alto)
Conductor:  Roberto Gini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Ensemble Concerto
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
211.
Piango, gemo, sospiro, RV 675 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Caterina Calvi (Alto)
Conductor:  Roberto Gini
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Ensemble Concerto
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
212.
Amor hai vinto, RV 651 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Rossana Bertini (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
213.
Elvira, Elvira anima mia, RV 654 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Rossana Bertini (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
214.
Aure voi piů non siete, RV 652 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Rossana Bertini (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
215.
Nel partir da te mio caro, RV 661 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Rossana Bertini (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
216.
T'intendo si mio cor, RV 668 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Rossana Bertini (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
217.
Seben vivono senz'alma, RV 664 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Rossana Bertini (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
218.
Si levi dal pensier, RV 665 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Nicki Kennedy (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
219.
Usignoletto Bello, RV 796 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Nicki Kennedy (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
220.
Del suo natio rigore, RV 653 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Nicki Kennedy (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
221.
Tra l'erbe, i zeffiri, RV 669 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Elena Cecchi Fedi (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
222.
Era la notte, RV 655 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Elena Cecchi Fedi (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Rome, Italy 
Language: Italian 
223.
Il povero mio cor, RV 658 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Elena Cecchi Fedi (Soprano)
Conductor:  Federico Maria Sardelli
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Modo Antiquo Ensemble
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Italian 
224.
Jubilate o amoeni chori in D major, RV 639 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Martinus Leusink (Tenor), Jeroen Assink (Bass), Sytse Buwalda (Alto),
Marjon Strijk (Soprano)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Holland Boys Choir,  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Latin 
225.
Gloria in D major, RV 588 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Jeroen Assink (Bass), Martinus Leusink (Tenor), Marjon Strijk (Soprano),
Sytse Buwalda (Alto)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Holland Boys Choir,  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Latin 
226.
Stabat Mater in F minor, RV 621 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Jeroen Assink (Bass), Martinus Leusink (Tenor), Marjon Strijk (Soprano),
Sytse Buwalda (Alto)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Holland Boys Choir,  Netherlands Bach Collegium
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Language: Latin 
227.
Ascende laeta, RV 635 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Vaughan Schlepp (Organ), Martinus Leusink (), Eduard Wesly (Oboe),
Frank Wakelkamp (Cello), Bas Ramselaar (), Susan Williams (Trumpet),
Marjon Strijk (), Peter Frankenberg (Oboe)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Length: 8 Minutes 39 Secs. 
228.
Dixit Dominus in D major, RV 595 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Vaughan Schlepp (Organ), Martinus Leusink (), Albert Brüggen (Cello),
Eduard Wesly (Oboe), Frank Wakelkamp (Cello), Bas Ramselaar (),
Susan Williams (Trumpet), Marjon Strijk (), Peter Frankenberg (Oboe)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Length: 20 Minutes 33 Secs. 
229.
Nisi Dominus in G minor, RV 608 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Örzse Adam (Viola), Jan Hollestelle (Double Bass), Vaughan Schlepp (Organ),
Frank Wakelkamp (Cello), Marten Boeken (Violin), Pieter Affourtit (Violin)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Length: 19 Minutes 9 Secs. 
230.
Magnificat in G minor, RV 610 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Vaughan Schlepp (Organ), Martinus Leusink (), Eduard Wesly (Oboe),
Frank Wakelkamp (Cello), Bas Ramselaar (), Marjon Strijk (),
Peter Frankenberg (Oboe)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/2000 
Length: 11 Minutes 16 Secs. 
231.
Laudate Dominum in D minor, RV 606 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/2000 
Length: 1 Minutes 47 Secs. 
232.
In exitu Israel in C major, RV 604 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/2000 
Length: 3 Minutes 43 Secs. 
233.
Credidi propter quod, RV 605 by Antonio Vivaldi
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Period: Baroque 
Date of Recording: 07/2000 
Length: 1 Minutes 59 Secs. 
234.
Amor hai vinto, RV 683 by Antonio Vivaldi
Performer:  Jan Hollestelle (Double Bass), Marten Boeken (Violin), Pieter Affourtit (Violin),
Frank Wakelkamp (Cello), Örzse Adam (Viola)
Conductor:  Pieter-Jan Leusink
Period: Baroque 
Written: Venice, Italy 
Date of Recording: 07/2000 
Length: 15 Minutes 16 Secs. 

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