Vivaldi’s Winter Delights

It’s a New Year and what better way to begin than to meet new people. Here we introduce our chief editor for the European Editions of Piano Adventures, David Andruss. You’ve likely heard David’s expressive orchestrations on Piano Adventures CDs! Also, meet Vivaldi, the (possible) poet—with new insight into this unconventional “red priest” who helped define the concerto and wrote 350 of them for solo instrument and strings. His Winter music featured here will provide “its own delights.” From Adult Piano Adventures Classics Book 2, page 22.

3 Responses to “Vivaldi’s Winter Delights”

  1. Nicole January 11, 2018 at 9:10 am #

    This was an appropriate video to watch on a morning where temperatures are 40 below here in northern Alberta, Canada!

  2. laurie wenzel January 11, 2018 at 10:48 am #

    Beautiful! Thanks for the wonderful phrasing. It inspires me to phrase better.

  3. DeAnne Prosek January 11, 2018 at 7:38 pm #

    Nice expressions. Thank you for sharing. Vivaldi’s poem with his piece goes perfectly. I can picture a person running across the ice into a mature lodge.

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