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Antonio Vivaldi:

Poetry and Sound Effects in Vivaldi's Spring Concerto

Vivaldi based each of his The Four Seasons concertos on a set of sonnets -- poems. The music in each of the Four Seasons describes exactly what's going on in the poems. "Spring" includes birds, brooks, breezes and thunderstorms. See how many of those you can hear in Vivaldi's music.

Music heard in this episode:

Vivaldi: “Spring” from The Four Seasons

Learn more about Antonio Vivaldi

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This Week's Quiz

One of Vivaldi's most famous works is called

 The Storn

 The Four Seasons

 A Little Night Music

 La Mer

 The William Tell Overture

The Four Seasons concertos are based on a set of sonnets.

 True

 False

Program music tells a story without words.

 True

 False

Classics For Kids

Our Shows

Antonio Vivaldi:

Poetry and Sound Effects in Vivaldi's Spring Concerto

Vivaldi based each of his The Four Seasons concertos on a set of sonnets -- poems. The music in each of the Four Seasons describes exactly what's going on in the poems. "Spring" includes birds, brooks, breezes and thunderstorms. See how many of those you can hear in Vivaldi's music.

Music heard in this episode:

Vivaldi: “Spring” from The Four Seasons

Learn more about Antonio Vivaldi

Classics For Kids


This Week's Quiz

One of Vivaldi's most famous works is called

 The Storn

 The Four Seasons

 A Little Night Music

 La Mer

 The William Tell Overture

The Four Seasons concertos are based on a set of sonnets.

 True

 False

Program music tells a story without words.

 True

 False

 

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