Antonio Vivaldi

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Antonio Vivaldi was an Italian priest and composer of Baroque music who lived from 1648 to 1741. He was nicknamed Il Prete Rosso, "The Red Priest", because of his red hair. He owned an orphanage for girls where he introduced them to music.

Vivaldi was a prolific composer and is most well-known for composing over 300 concertos.

Famous works include: