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The four seasons, op. 8 Gian Francesco Malipiero.

Author: Antonio Vivaldi; Max Goberman; New York Sinfonietta.
Publisher: Odyssey [1967]
Edition/Format:   Music LP : ItalianView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Antonio Vivaldi; Max Goberman; New York Sinfonietta.
OCLC Number: 4859677
Notes: Program notes on slipcase include English translations of the sonnets.
Performer(s): Various soloists with New York Sinfonietta ; Max Goberman, conductor. The sonnets, which inspired the work, read in Italian by Luciano Rebay, at end.
Contents: La primavera (9 min., 54 sec.)--Léstate (9min., 24 sec.)--Láutunno (11 min., 40 sec.)--Línverno (7 min., 56 sec.).
Other Titles: Cimento dellármonia e dellínventione.
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