Vivaldi's depiction of Summer is here arranged by for James Galway for Flute and Piano. It begins with begins with everyone wilting in the burning sun. The cuckoo, dove, turtledove and goldfinch sing loudly as the gentle breezes sigh. The North Wind suddenly appears and a storm begins, with fierce lightening and terrible thunder, making a frightened shepherd weep in fear. Grain and fruit are destroyed.