Vivaldi - The Four Seasons / Von Karajan, Mutter, Berlin Philharmonic Trailer

Vivaldi - The Four Seasons / Von Karajan, Mutter, Berlin Philharmonic Trailer (1999)

16 February 1999 Music 46 mins

Famed conductor Herbert Von Karajan leads the Berlin Philharmonic in a performance of what may be Vivaldi's best-known composition -- "The Four Seasons" -- in this sparkling video. Recorded in 1987 at the Chamber Music Hall, this concert features Anne-Sophie Mutter as a guest violin soloist.

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Anne-Sophie Mutter

as Anne-Sophie Mutter

Herbert von Karajan

as Herbert Von Karajan

Berlin Philharmonic

as Berlin Philharmonic


Uli Märkle

Uli Märkle Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 16 February 1999

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