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Album: Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

Artist: Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Vivaldi: The Four Seasons By Artist Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields

Title Artist Time
1
Concerto In E Major for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 3:33 USD 1.29
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Concerto In E Major for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 2:35 USD 1.29
3
Concerto In E Major for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 4:06 USD 1.29
4
Concerto In G Minor for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 5:25 USD 0.99
5
Concerto In G Minor for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 1:53 USD 1.29
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Concerto In G Minor for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 2:41 USD 1.29
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Concerto In F Major for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 5:14 USD 1.29
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Concerto In F Major for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 2:05 USD 1.29
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Concerto In F Major for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 3:20 USD 1.29
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Concerto In F Minor for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 3:24 USD 1.29
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Concerto In F Minor for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 1:48 USD 1.29
12
Concerto In F Minor for Violin Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields 3:16 USD 1.29
13
Sonata In G Minor for Violin a Joshua Bell & John Constable 14:13 USD Album Only
14
Joshua Bell Interview Joshua Bell 10:29 USD Album Only
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The Four Seasons: Violin Conce Joshua Bell 2:43 USD 1.99

Reviews For Vivaldi: The Four Seasons By Artist Joshua Bell & Academy of St Martin in the Fields

  • :)

    5
    By Embear71002
    LOVE this because all the songs are exciting!!!!!!!!!!! :):):)
  • Raw and clear strings!

    5
    By Giatie55
    You can practically hear the horse hair breaking!
  • wonderful album

    5
    By my name is rain
    this is such a wonderful album. it soothes the soul.
  • Rip off!

    3
    By Tony Nungaray's iTunes
    Sorry everyone, but this is Nigel Kennedy's original arrangement of Vivaldi's The Four Seasons for violin from 1989. Check out the original and then listen to this. He has the ability, but not the originality. That makes a huge difference in my opinion, especially if he's trying to pass this off as his own interpretation which it is not.
  • Wow!

    5
    By julialovesmtv
    There's a reason I have this guys autograph on my wall! He's truly amazing. Between Sarah Chang and Joshua, I like him the most.
  • Simply Outstanding!!

    5
    By A.P.J.
    As a musician and music student I typically studied and played jazz, and listen to an awful lot of heavy metal music, but lately my interests have expanded into classical-style music. And the four seasons, being one of the most famous classical selections, seemed a must-have. So after digging around iTunes for a time, I heard this performance was the best. I am not disappointed at all. A marvelous performance!! My favorite "season" is summer.
  • Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

    4
    By maryonmotor
    Having just seen Joshua perform Vivaldi @ The Hollywood Bowl the other night, this album comes in second because seeing him perform is just amazing. He puts everything he has into his performance and it really shows. Bravo Joshua! Hope to see you next year in LA!
  • A Demonstration

    5
    By Gabe Chelala
    Joshua Bell's recording of the Vivaldi's The Four Seasons is not only wonderful, but also a demonstration! If you have just arrived to plant Earth and and never heard the Four Seasons then this is a must buy. This recording of the Four Seasons is the creme de la creme!
  • I love all the songs

    5
    By robotdjs98
    My favorite season song is autumn!
  • Music that brings tears to my eyes

    5
    By charberry
    I imagine this is what heaven sounds like, Joshua bell is amazing. If i could see one artist it would be him.

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