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    Question Can anyone Identify these Vivaldi Violin Concertos?

    You dont have to watch the video, but if you could listen throughout, there are 3 different Vivaldi concertos playing. I asked the maker of the video, but sadly, he only has them listed on his harddrive as "Vivaldi music number 1,2,and 3"

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    The parts I am referring to are at 0:52-2:50, 2:55-4:10, and 4:50-5:40

    They are GREAT Pieces but I've looked through many samples on Amazon and cant find them! Any help would be great, thank you!!
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    It's probably just me, but the first one was feint and sounded like G.F. Handel, not Vivaldi (whose sound is very unique) and the others were too soft to hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Contratrombone64 View Post
    It's probably just me, but the first one was feint and sounded like G.F. Handel, not Vivaldi (whose sound is very unique) and the others were too soft to hear.
    hm, what about this french version, the music is a little more audible

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    Hello timewarp and welcome to the forum

    Can't help with the music I am afraid but there are a lot of knowedgeable members here

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    The last one is the A minor concerto 1st movement RV 356.
    Don't know the others, and couldn't find examples that sounded the same, either.

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