Antonio Vivaldi was an Italian composer and violinist from the Baroque period. His most popular composition is the Violin Concerto called “Four Seasons”.
It’s called that because he musically depicted every season of the year in this concerto. In today’s lesson, we’re going to take a look at the “Autumn” movement.
Don’t let orchestral instrumenatation discourage you. We can still learn Vivaldi’s “Autumn” on a harmonica. Just make sure you have a diatonic harmonica (in C).
This way, when learning with our easy harmonica tabs, everything will match perfectly (as long as you stick to the correct articulation). The “Autumn’ movement has often been used in commercials advertising rather exclusive products due to the composition’s distinguished character.
Don’t hesitate to practice along with our instructional harmonica video for easier learning! You can always slow down and pause the video if you have any difficulties. Browse our website for more similar music to learn on a C harmonica.