Third Movement of Spring from "The Four Seasons"
The Four Seasons were written as a set of four violin concerti, each representing one of the seasons, by Antonio Vivaldi. Each concerto consisted of three movements (fast-slow-fast). This is the final movement of Spring, and it has a dance-like lilt that makes it a wonderful choice for a wedding processional.
This piece can be played on pedal harp or lever harp.
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