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Vivaldi's music for flute and recorder

Author: Federico Maria Sardelli
Publisher: Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate in association with the Istituto Italiano Antonio Vivaldi/Fondazione "Giorgio Cini", ©2007.
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"Federico Maria Sardelli writes from the perspective of a professional baroque flautist and recorder-player, as well as from that of an experienced and committed scholar, in order to shed light on the bewildering array of sizes and tunings of the recorder and transverse flute families as they relate to Antonio Vivaldi's compositions. Sardelli draws copiously on primary documents to analyse and place in context the  Read more...
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Sardelli, Federico Maria.
Vivaldi's music for flute and recorder.
Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate in association with the Istituto Italiano Antonio Vivaldi/Fondazione "Giorgio Cini", c2007
(OCoLC)639423618
Named Person: Antonio Vivaldi; Antonio Vivaldi; Antonio Vivaldi
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Federico Maria Sardelli
ISBN: 075463714X 9780754637141
OCLC Number: 63171091
Language Note: Translated from the Italian.
Description: xxii, 336 p. : ill., music ; 24 cm.
Contents: The recorder and flute in Italy in Vivaldi's time. The emancipation of the recorder and flute ; Straight and cross flutes ; The recorder and flute in Venice: the role of amateur players ; The recorder and flute in Venice: the first professional players ; Other players of the recorder and flute associated with Vivaldi ; Missing workshops and instruments --
Vivaldi's music for recorder and flute. Vivaldi's sonatas for recorder and flute ; Vivaldi's chamber concertos with recorder or flute ; Vivaldi's flute concertos ; Vivaldi's recorder concertos ; Vivaldi's concertos for flautino ; The concerto for two flutes ; The concertos with multiple soloists and orchestra ; The recorder and flute in Vivaldi's vocal music ; Remarks on instrumental technique ; Conclusions --
Postscript: a late discovery --
Inventory of the works for recorder and flute by Antonio Vivaldi.
Other Titles: Musica per flauto di Antonio Vivaldi.
Responsibility: Federico Maria Sardelli ; translated by Michael Talbot.
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