Wow, I didn’t know THIS about Vivaldi’s Four Seasons! | Violin Lounge TV #465
Vivaldi’s Four Seasons is a violin technique treasure trove!
Improve intonation, bowing, sound, shifting, double stops and much more all while playing four beautiful concertos: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter
Let me show you around:
As a teenager I wasn’t that thrilled to study Vivaldi’s Four Seasons… too cliché. Later during my conservatory studies the emphasis was more on the big romantic concertos and for baroque it was mainly Bach…
After my studies I was so occupied with stuff I HAD to study that I didn’t get to Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. I asked around and it appears that many professional violinists have never studied Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.
Recently I discovered something great: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons really is a treasure trove of intermediate violin technique. Playing these four beautiful concertos (Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter) you improve your intonation, sound, bowing, double stops, speed, accuracy and much more.
In the video above I show you around with lots of examples. Are you serious about studying Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Make sure to join my online course with 100+ detailed video lessons.
More Vivaldi Four Seasons resources you’ll love:
- Antal Zalai’s performance of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons
- Violin lesson on an easy version of Vivaldi Autumn 1st movement
- Violin lesson on an easy version of Vivaldi Autumn 3rd movement ‘the Hunt’
- Mini violin tutorial on an easy version of Vivaldi Spring
- Mini violin tutorial to impress your friends with Vivaldi Summer as a beginner violinist.
- My virtual orchestra playing Vivaldi Autumn
- Read my article on how difficult the Four Seasons concertos by Vivaldi are if you’re looking to play the original