Antonio Vivaldi'nin Yaşamı ve Seçilmiş Keman Konçertolarının İncelenmesi
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Antonia Vivaldi, one of the composers of the Baroque period, had a great influence on the art of violin performance. Baroque, XVI. and XVIII. It is a style that became widespread in the arts of architecture, music, painting and sculpture in Europe between the 16th and 19th centuries. The word Baroque is derived from the Portuguese word Barocco. XVII by Antonio Vivaldi. He has a special place in the history of 19th century Italian music as the creator of the solo concerto and program music genres for violin, cello, oboe, mandolin. A.Vivaldi's concerto works are among the brightest examples of the Baroque style in instrumental music. In these concertos, Vivaldi suggested the concept of soloist. Concerto is a musical form that is formed by the orchestra accompanying the performer who plays as a soloist on any instrument. A.Vivaldi's musical style is rich in melody, cheerful and virtuoso. One of the most important examples of this is the Op.3 No.6 Concerto for Solo Violin and Orchestra in A Minor. This concerto is the first work of every violinist to meet the Vivaldi art. At the same time, this concerto has an important place in the technical development of the violinist, legato, marcato, martellato, reaching the IV-V positions, vibrato, dominance over the bow and working on expression. “Le quattro stagionié”, written by A. Vivaldi for solo violin and orchestra in 1723, is a work consisting of four violin concertos of “Four Seasons”. Violin Concertos called “Four Seasons” - Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, represent four different seasons. Brilliant virtuosity and enchanting cantilena (singing) are surprisingly combined in each concerto. The “Four Seasons” is considered an example of programmed music. A sonnet (a type of poetry used in western literature) precedes each concerto.