Trio Sonata, RV 71 (Vivaldi, Antonio)

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PMLP370549-Vivaldi - Sonata (RV 71).pdf
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Intavolation and Transcription for 2 Guitars. By performances I would look forward about a small reference to my efforts.

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General Information

Work Title Trio Sonata
Alternative Title
Composer Vivaldi, Antonio
Opus/Catalogue Number RV 71
Key G major
Movements/Sections 3
Average Duration 9 minutes
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 2 Violins, continuo (optional)


Misc. Comments

  • A recording on Harmonia Mundi takes twice as long (11 minutes) as the recording here - an unusual discrepancy. (This may be a difference between guitars and violins, with their chordal figurations, but also that Ensemble 415 takes repeats? Don't know...) l'Astrée on Opus 111 also takes about 10 minutes.
  • Works now described as sonatas were often just described as sonatas on their first publication or on their manuscript, obtaining the description trio sonatas only in modern publications (and we tend to tag only those that we know were titled trio sonatas from the start as trios as well as sonatas; is the provenance known for this work, for starters?)

Talbot's Vivaldi Compendium touches briefly on this sonata, noting that the continuo is optional and that it shares much material with the concerto for 3 violins RV 516. He suggests RV 71 may have been part of a group of touring sonatas Vivaldi wrote to play with his father. (Talbot, pp. 54, 155.)

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