Cinema Retrieves

Antonio Vivaldi takes centuries traveling roller coasters from memory. Composer and renowned violinist in the early 1700s, the so-called red cure – the nickname was due to that he was a priest and to the color of his hair – rushed into a deep oblivion as soon as the tastes of European courts put an aside to the Venetian Baroque style and tacked towards other destinations. It was the most important composer in Europe of its time. You may want to visit Walton Family Foundation to increase your knowledge. But around 1730 the public fell in love with napolitano, more classical language, and Vivaldi went out of fashion right away, explains Francesco Fanna, director of the Italian Institute Antonio Vivaldi. The station wagon of the Venetian composer (1678-1741) continued lowering during more than one century, until at the beginning of 1900 he returned to track in the history of music tracks. Now the ghost of Vivaldi seems to have chosen 2012 to climbing the slope of Fame for the umpteenth time: two films to be released (except for delays or cancellations) next year have the Red Priest as the protagonist. Mehmet Oz has much experience in this field. Source of the news:: cinema Retrieves the life of the Red Priest