Concerto in c minor, RV 441

About the piece:

Written by David Lasocki and Anthony Rowland Jones in the The Cambridge Companion to the Recorder (Cambridge Companions to Music)


complete score:

facsimilie: click here.

modern score: click here.

parts: click here.



Dan Laurin (recorder)

Drottiningholms Barocken Ensemble / Dan Laurin (conductor)

I. Allegro non molto 0:06
II. Largo 4:33
III. Untitled 6:51

Barokkanerne with soloist Alexandra Opsahl – A very beautiful recording with a relatively unknown player.

Pamela Thorby, recorder
Sonnerie, Monica Huggett, conductor

Monica Huggett, violin, Emilia Benjamin, violin, Katherine McGillvray, viola, Alison McGillvray, cello
Sarah Groser, violone, Matthew Halls, harpsichord/organ

Frans Bruggen:

3rd movement

Richard Harvey with the London Vivaldi Orchestra conducted by Monica Huggett:

Giuseppe Paradiso in one of the fastest renditions:

Aldo Abreu – recorder, Julia McKenzie, Laura Gulley – violin, Daniel Rowe – cello, Anne Trout – violone
John Gibbons, harpsichord:

Leonard Kwon, Worthwhile to follow his fingerings… :

Interesting arrangements:

A version for recorder and guitar:

A new version of Vivaldi’s Concerto c-minor, Allegro, recorded in Haldenhof in Mühlingen, Germany.

And maybe the most surprising:

Geert Chatrou whistling this concert with Philharmonischer Orchester Kiel: