Vivaldi: Winter – Movement 1
Here is my performance of the famous first movement of “Winter” from “The Four Seasons”, originally written by Antonio Vivaldi. Concerto No. 4 in F minor, RV 297.
I have arranged this version for keytar harpsichord (lead) & piano
(accompaniment). The score is handwritten because I’m an eighteenth-century
analog boy. (yes that is a reference to a Bad Religion
Download “Winter” Score, for keytar harpsichord & piano (PDF 14MB)
This song ends up being a good demonstration of all the digital harpsichord MIDI features:
- Pitch Bend
- Piano/Forte control
- Palm Muting effect
- Double Keying on sustain
A lot of these were inspired by rock music, but we can apply them to classical music too!
Harpsichord tuned in 440Hz Bach/Lehman temperament. Piano in slightly out of tune equal temperament.
Published on May 7, 2020