Videos about Concerto in A minor for two violins and piano
Antonio Vivaldi's Concerto in A minor Op.3 No.8 sheet music - Video Score
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Wonderful duet that makes you and your partner sound greatby Johnon December 22nd, 2011
This concerto is not very difficult, and it is a blast to read through with a partner because it's exciting and beautiful in parts. I say it's not very difficult in that it's not hard to get all the notes. Playing it at a high level is a different story though, and, as with any piece, a lifetime could still be spent revisiting this childhood favorite of mine.
Wonderful Short Baroque Concertoby Roger Snape(MEMBER)on October 5th, 2009
Another nice clear score. Relatively straightforward piece to read although the tempo makes it more challenging than it may initially appear. Backing tracks are great - especially as they can include the second violin part if required. If Vivaldi is your 'thing' then this piece is great fun.
Excellent site, excellent service(MEMBER)on March 10th, 2009
Great site and service, it is very helpful when practicing to be able to play to accompaniment. Files are easy to download. I'm so glad I found this site.
Excellent but violin parts were switched in audio files(MEMBER)on March 7th, 2009
The files were awesome, really helpful in terms of accompaniment, but for some reason the violin parts in the audio files were switched. In other words, all files named 'instrument 1' were really instrument 2 and vice versa. I just had to go in and rename everything for my own clarity, but other than that -- awesome site, awesome service, very convenient. Thank you.
very musical!by golaon December 9th, 2007
im going to play this with my group--Green(violin) and Grace(piano) for Lincoln Center.:) we're either going to play the 1st or the 3rd movement. and we have to be in at least 3rd from the other groups in our school..!!!
Excellent!by anonymouson November 9th, 2007
I've always loved Baroque music. Although I'm a two year violinist, I've progressed quickly and I love Vivaldi! He's amazing. My favorite is Concerto in A Minor 1st and 3rd movement for the violin.
Fine musicby Eric E.on September 27th, 2007
This is a nice piece of music, not so difficult to play. However I would like to have the pagebreaks so that the pianist can turn the pages himself. In this layout an assistant has to do this.
Excellent work documentby Bram & Jagoon August 19th, 2007
Excellent work and study-document. Fingerings are rudimentary simple but neutral. Especially wy not a cello-part ad libitum?
addisonby addisonon March 30th, 2007
very good piece i played it before and it makes me feel so happy. i also like to play it as fast as i can.
WOW!!!!! Vivaldi always surprises me!by Teodoro Crespoon June 19th, 2006
As a two-year violinist, some of the songs that Vivaldi composed are challenging, but this is not that hard yet it sounds great! I love playing it when I'm not doing homework for school, it is a great song that beginners can play easily with a little practice. Finally, a Vivaldi Concerto that is not that hard for me. This song has helped me with my intonation and fingering. I recommend it for beginners and experienced violinists alike!!
amazingby Marc Jamiesonon June 6th, 2006
this piece is very typically of vivaldi always adding pretty interludes with confiedience and surprise. This piece is very exciting and a challenging piece to study i would recammend it to anyone talking as a 6 year violinst i like this piece very much.