This concerto, unlike some other of Vivaldi's concertos, included no detailed descriptive programme. It was presumably composed between mid-1720 and 1730. It was at that time when Vivaldi was working with his Contest Between Harmony and Invention, Op. 8, from which Vivaldi's Four Seasons were later better known. The manuscript of this concerto was written partially on the same paper as Vivaldi's chamber version of the Goldfinch Concerto, Il Gardellino, RV 90b. Both of these concertos were supplied to the Ottoboni family in Rome.

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  • This concerto, unlike some other of Vivaldi's concertos, included no detailed descriptive programme. It was presumably composed between mid-1720 and 1730. It was at that time when Vivaldi was working with his Contest Between Harmony and Invention, Op. 8, from which Vivaldi's Four Seasons were later better known. The manuscript of this concerto was written partially on the same paper as Vivaldi's chamber version of the Goldfinch Concerto, Il Gardellino, RV 90b. Both of these concertos were supplied to the Ottoboni family in Rome. (en)
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  • The composer
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  • RV 151
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  • Concerto for Strings in G major, RV 151
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  • Mid-1720 to 1730
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  • Concerto
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  • Late Baroque
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  • 3 (xsd:integer)
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  • * Concerto alla rustica
  • * Concerto for Strings
  • in G major
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  • String orchestra and continuo, two oboes in the finale
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  • Concerto for Strings in G major, RV 151
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  • This concerto, unlike some other of Vivaldi's concertos, included no detailed descriptive programme. It was presumably composed between mid-1720 and 1730. It was at that time when Vivaldi was working with his Contest Between Harmony and Invention, Op. 8, from which Vivaldi's Four Seasons were later better known. The manuscript of this concerto was written partially on the same paper as Vivaldi's chamber version of the Goldfinch Concerto, Il Gardellino, RV 90b. Both of these concertos were supplied to the Ottoboni family in Rome. (en)
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  • Concerto alla rustica (en)
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