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La Risonanza
Contributor Names
Bonizzoni, Fabio (conductor)
Arias Ferna´ndez, Yetzabel (vocalist)
Vivaldi, Antonio -- 1678-1741 (composer)
Handel, George Frideric -- 1685-1759 (composer)
Bach, Johann Sebastian -- 1685-1750 (composer)
-  Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress, Washington, DC (venue)
-  November 29, 2012 (date)
-  Yetzabel Arias Fernandez, soprano. Fabio Bonizzoni, Artistic Director, harpsichord. Marco Brolli, flute. Carlo Lazzaroni, Rosella Croce and Claudia Combs, violin. Gianni de Rosa, viola. Caterina Dell'Agnello, violoncello. Vanni Moretto, contrabass. (performers)
-  Dorrilla in Tempe: Sinfonia, RV 709 -- Concerto for violin and cello in B-flat major, RV 547 -- Concerto for violin in G minor, RV 315 / Vivaldi -- Notte placida e cheta, HWV 142 / Handel -- Concerto for flute and orchestra in G major, RV 437 / Vivaldi -- Dietro l'orme fugaci for soprano strings and continuo, HWV 105 -- Rodrigo: Passacaille, HWV 5 -- Haec est regina virginum for soprano, strings and continuo, HWV 235 / Handel -- "Ricetti gravezza e pavento" from Cantata No. 209, No sa che sia dolore, BWV 209 / Bach. (Content)
-  16:9
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1 videorecording ; 105 min.
Music Division
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Chicago citation style:

Bonizzoni, Fabio, Yetzabel Arias Ferna´Ndez, Antonio Vivaldi, George Frideric Handel, and Johann Sebastian Bach. LaRisonanza. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, (Accessed October 21, 2016.)

APA citation style:

Bonizzoni, F., Arias Ferna´Ndez, Y., Vivaldi, A., Handel, G. F. & Bach, J. S. LaRisonanza. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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Bonizzoni, Fabio, et al. LaRisonanza. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.