Vivaldi, Antonio - Andante from Concerto RV 532 - Trio

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Vivaldi, Antonio - Andante from Concerto RV 532 - Trio

Postby Stewart Doyle » Tue Nov 08, 2016 9:52 pm

Hi everyone

Here are some recordings of the parts from this piece from M. Delcamp's collection at http://www.classicalguitardelcamp.com/viewtopic.php?f=49&t=7402 They can certainly be better played, with more colour and dynamics and without the odd 'fluff'; although I did find recording the separate parts to be a lot harder than expected.
What drew me to this piece was the simplicity of the Guitar 3 part. I think the piece would be great for a beginners ensemble where several players could play the Guitar 3 part, perhaps with some playing 'pizzicato' style. You could also invite the audience to see if they can hear the bit from the Beatles song towards the end!
[Just realised I hadn't added the count in to the parts that need it, so edited to include these!]

Guitars 1 and 3
Vivaldi RV 532 G13.mp3


Guitars 2 and 3 with count in
Vivaldi RV 532 G23 + Intro.mp3


Guitars 1 and 2 with count in
Vivaldi RV 532 G12 + Intro.mp3


The Trio
Vivaldi RV 532 All.mp3
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