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Vivaldi's Venice

Music and Celebration in the Baroque Era
Barbier, Patrick (Book - 2003 )
Vivaldi's Venice
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A detailed evocation of Venice and the city's musical culture that inspired Vivaldi. At the time Venice was, uniquely, a city where all classes mingled in their love of music; aristocrats, gondoliers and the workers met to listen to all types of music. All that is known about Vivaldi's life is included, and all the recent discoveries that have been made about that life (as well as details from Vivaldi's contemporaries). The book captures the hedonistic atmosphere of Venice at the time, already an international tourist destination, and how that was reflected by the mysterious Vivaldi in his baroque music (which is still available in a range of recordings).
Authors: Barbier, Patrick
Title: Vivaldi's Venice
music and celebration in the baroque era
Publisher: London : Souvenir, c2003
Characteristics: 194 p., [4] pages of plates :,col. ill. ;,23 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Patrick Barbier ; translated from the French by Margaret Crosland
ISBN: 0285636707
Branch Call Number: 780.945 B236v 2003
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. [184]-191) and index
Subject Headings: Venice (Italy) Civilization 18th century Venice (Italy) Civilization 17th century Music Social aspects Italy Venice Music Italy Venice 18th century History and criticism Music Italy Venice 17th century History and criticism Vivaldi, Antonio, 1678-1741
Topical Term: Music
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