Vocal Score edition of the Gloria RV 589, for soprano and alto soloists, SATB choir and orchestra. Edited by Jasmin Cameron.
This scholarly-critical edition is based on all the known sources, whether printed or handwritten, that have come down to us for these frequently played pieces.
One of the finest works of all Vivaldi's choral settings, arranged for the upper voices by Desmond Ratcliffe.
Uplifting and melodic, the unforgettable tunes and infectious optimism of Vivaldi’s Gloria have made it one of the most popular choral works in the Baroque repertoire.
Vivaldi achieved popularity throughout Europe with his collection “L’estro armonico” Op.3. He wrote the cycle which consists of twelve violin concertos (including Concerto Op.3 No.3, featured here) for the orchestra of the “Ospedale della Pietà” where he was teacher and director for many years.
This Urtext edition, edited by Bettina Hoffmann, provides you with a clear and accurate realisation of the composer’s original intentions with thoroughly detailed editorial markings and suggestions.
One of the best-loved and most endearing works of the late Baroque, Vivaldi's set of Violin Concertos The Four Seasons Op.8 are presented here in an authoritative Barenreiter Urtext edition.
For soprano saxophone (or clarinet) and piano (originally for oboe, strings and harpsichord).
As one of the great Baroque composers, Antonio Vivaldi's (1678-1741) compositions remain hugely popular to this day. His motets, including Motetti A Canto Solo Con Stromenti continue to be popular, large-scale performance works.