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Antonio Vivaldi
Zeffiretti che Sussurate · Aria in Foà 28 · Score, 310 x 230 mm · National University Library Turin, fol. 98r–102v

Staunchly frivolous, Vivaldi succeeded in composing music with a kind of cherry red tone, something which requires a long time to come to fruition, the alchemy of slow maturing. The androgynity and lasciviousness of the baroque age is reflected in the oscillating musical figures Vivaldi was able to give.