Composer: Vivaldi Antonio
publisher: Santino Cara
instrumentation: Violin, Viola, Cello, Double basses
Scored For: Violin solo, String orchestra
Type of Score: Full score, Parts
key: D minor
Year of Composition: 1715

Vivaldi – Violin Concerto in D minor RV 249 Op.8 No.4 for Violin solo and Strings

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Concerto in D minor RV 249 for Violin solo and Strings (first and second violins, violas, violoncellos, double basses) of Antonio Vivaldi. Dedicated to the Noble Venetian Mr. Vettor Delfino and published in 1716 in “La Stravaganza Op.4 No.8“.

Movements: 1. Allegro, 2. Adagio – Presto, 3. Adagio, 4. Allegro.

This concerto is a personal reconstruction of 2001 made by Santino Cara taking vision of the manuscript kept at the National Library of Turin, and is listed among the transcriptions of Santino Cara with code: CS2123.
Along with the full score of the concert, they are inserted separately even all the instrumental parts.

Please note that this concert is also available in two other versions, are the version for violin and piano available here, and the version for string quartet available here.

In addition I recommend you take a look at the relevant page to the books in sheet music of baroque music that you will find here. In this page are inserted the Vivaldi’s collections, Bach, Albinoni, Telemann, Pergolesi, Marcello, Scarlatti, and many other composers of the Baroque period. They are transcripts for all instruments, flute and piano, oboe and piano, violin and piano, string orchestra, solo piano, etc.


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