O'Stravaganza – Vivaldi in Ireland is an album published in 2001 by Hughes de Courson. De Courson's work is a kind of World fusion music. There are only a handful of such arrangers who combine folk music and classical music in a similar vein. Other examples are Mark O'Connor ("The Fiddle Concerto" 1995), Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin ("Between Worlds", 1995) and Shaun Davey ("The Pilgrim" 1984).
Fantaisie autour de Vivaldi et des musiques celtiques d'Irlande, Fantasy On Vivaldi and the Celtic music of Ireland.
O'Stravaganza Jig della Inquietudine. O'Stravaganza Elrin sonata. O'Stravaganza Mister Bethag and the Princes. O'Stravaganza A Chlairsioch. O'Stravaganza O'Stravaganza (Fantasy on Vivaldi and the Celtic music of Ireland). O'Stravaganza Esto-Reel. O'Stravaganza O'Stravaganza(Fantasy on Vivaldi and the Celtic music of Ireland). O'Stravaganza Eirin sonata. O'Stravaganza La Ciacconna rossa (Fantasy on Vivaldi and the Celtic music of Ireland). O'Stravaganza O'Stravaganza.
La stravaganza (The Extravagance), Op. 4, is a set of concertos written by Antonio Vivaldi in 1712–1713. The set was first published in 1716 in Amsterdam and was dedicated to Venetian nobleman Victor Delfin, who had been a violin student of Vivaldi's. All of the concertos are scored for solo violin, strings, and basso continuo; however, some movements require extra soloists (such as a second violin and/or cello solo).
This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/184 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist La Stravaganza.
Chords for O'Stravaganza with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. music noteChords for O'Stravaganza.