Vivaldi: Concerto for Two Violins and Two Cellos in D Major, RV 564

FREDERICK CARL FRIESEKE (1874-1939), The Parrots, signed ‘F.C. Frieseke-‘ (lower right), oil on canvas, 63 ½ x 51 in. (161.3 x 129.5 cm.), Painted circa 1910, Image Source: Christie’s

Voices of Music, Soloists: Kati Kyme, YuEun Kim, William Skeen & Elisabeth Reed.

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17 Comments Add yours

  1. pirkkotervo says:

    So beautiful

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  2. gabychops says:

    Thank you for my treat! I love Vivaldi!


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    1. Now that makes me happy this morning, Joanna! 😎🌺


  3. Jade says:

    This one is exceptional!! I love portrait work lately especially with an intriguing or unique subject like the bird in the birdcage, and I like the perspective too.

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    1. Frieseke has become one of my favorites for those same reasons, Jade. Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts. 🙂


  4. Lovely! Both the music and the painting.

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    1. I’m so pleased you enjoy these, Deborah. Thanks for sharing your thoughts this morning. 🙂


  5. Thanks for sharing this. Anita

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  6. penwithlit says:

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  7. Michele Lee says:

    Gorgeous! I quite enjoy quicks visits to the art gallery via your site.

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    1. That makes me smile – thank you, Michele. 😎🌺

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  8. ynpgal77 says:

    I love Vivaldi and Frieske

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  9. I love Vivaldi. Always so uplifting! 🙂 The painting is beautiful with the gilded cage. 🙂 I also love the way the colors are played with in her blue dress. All so pleasing to look at! Thank you!

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    1. My pleasure! This is one of my favorite paintings, and Vivaldi….just makes me smile. Thanks for sharing your thoughts this morning, Sheila. 🙂🌺


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