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Two Seasons of Vivaldi, Via Piazzolla

Two Seasons of Vivaldi, Via Piazzolla

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Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla performs during the Grande Parade of Nice in July 1986. i

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Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla performs during the Grande Parade of Nice in July 1986.

Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla performs during the Grande Parade of Nice in July 1986.

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Two Seasons of Vivaldi, Via Piazzolla

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Antonio Vivaldi's Four Seasons continue to inspire. The Lausanne Chamber Orchestra and violinist Duilio Galfetti perform the "Summer" Concerto. Then a modern-day nod from Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla, who wrote his own Four Seasons. We'll hear "Summer" and "Spring" by the Novi Sad Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Berislav Skenderovic.

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