Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto in F Major
RV 442, Fanna VI, No. 1
for Recorder and Orchestra

The only difference between RV 442 and RV 434 is the 2nd Movement.  In 1729 Vivaldi wrote instructions for the publisher to transpose the 2nd movement of the Recorder Concerto RV 442 up a tone to be used as the Flute Concerto Opus 10, No. 5 (RV 434).  Fanna did not assigned a number to the “new” Flute Concerto version (RV 434) while Pincherle did not assign a number to the original Recorder Concerto version (RV 442).  Visit Vivaldi Flute concertos for more details on the history and background of Vivaldi and his Flute concertos.

Solo Recorder part - 9”X12” - 8 pages - $14.95
with CD - 4 smp files:
 - 1st Movement (4/4, Allegro non molto, quarter note = 88);  
 - 2nd Movement (12/8, Largo e cantabile, dotted quarter note = 56);
 - 3rd Movement (2/4, Allegro, quarter note = 120);
 - Complete (All three movements)

Please note that this is NOT an AUDIO CD
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Piano Accompaniment (with Audio CD)

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