Antonio Vivaldi, The Four Seasons, and the Caricature of Wealth
Matt Lanka

Funny how it should be used that way, as he probably wrote it (and much of his music) for the female music ensemble at the school for abandoned orphans, where he was a priest and employed as music master. And, he himself died in poverty. Ironic, no, that it should be used to portray wealth?

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