Vivaldi: Red Priest of Venice (New edition)

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Susan Adams guides us through the life and works of one of the world's most celebrated but long-neglected baroque composers: Antonio Vivaldi. Born in 1678 in the Republic of Venice, he had a protege's childhood, learning the violin from his father (a barber turned violinist), and touring Venice from an early age. At fifteen he began to study for the priesthood, and ten years later he was ordained, becoming il prete rosso (the red priest, so called for his red hair). Vivaldi's life is full of colour: from teaching orphans ...

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