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The world-famous piece comes to life with incredible detail, insight and two amazing performances. This app tells the story of Vivaldi’s masterpiece with Trevor Pinnock’s cult rendition of Vivaldi’s original, Max Richter’s groundbreaking Recomposed and a wealth of text, audio and video commentary.

‘It’s just a brilliant, brilliant thing...You can solo individual instruments, you can have different camera angles, you can see the score, you can hear what the back of the seconds are doing, it’s just mad!’ – Max Richter in The Guardian

Features of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons include:

• Two Acclaimed Performances: Listen to all four concertos of the Four Seasons and Recomposed in CD quality; the original performed by Trevor Pinnock and The English Concert, and Recomposed by Daniel Hope, Max Richter and the ensemble l’arte del mondo.

• An Immersive Playback Experience: Watch the performances with synchronised score and BeatMap, accompanied by a beautiful visualisation of colours as you listen through the performances.

• Innovative Visualisations: Discover the acclaimed BeatMap, as seen in the apps Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and The Orchestra – a groundbreaking visualisation of the performances that shows different sections of the orchestra pulse in time with the music.

• Beautiful Multi-Camera Video: Switch between three simultaneous video perspectives of Daniel Hope and Max Richter performing Recomposed.

• Solo Each Instrument: With the touch of a finger, isolate an individual section in the BeatMap of Max Richter’s ensemble, and listen to that instrument playing above the rest of the orchestra.

• The Story of The Four Seasons: In this content-packed, interactive and multimedia section, read, listen and watch expert background commentary and audio on Vivaldi, his life, his composition of The Four Seasons and how Max Richter Recomposed it.

Amphio’s music apps – The Orchestra, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and The Liszt Sonata – have won the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Music Award for Creative Communication.

Learn more about the app and its creators: vivaldisfourseasons.com


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What's New

Version 1.0.7

We’ve updated the app to make sure you can continue to enjoy an amazing experience on iOS 11!

Ratings and Reviews

Unique combination of experience & critical engagement


This is a rich resource that brings a lot of pleasure from listening to the music to hearing scholars ruminate about the history and configuration of the music. Worth every penny

What??? Get rid of Max Richter's junk.


Max Richter's "recompose" has no place here, at all. It is not a bad piece of music, but it does not help learn or appreciate Four Seasons in any way. It is purely modern and overly synthesized. The fact that it is half the app is ridiculous. This cheap pet trick is not worthy of serious, or other, study.

Instead, how about replace it with an original composition, using the baroque instruments, and one with contemporary instrument composition. Then you could get an real better understanding of the music and how it has evolved with the changing face of symphonic composition.

Couldn't give it fewer stars, because it is one of the greatest and most popular pieces of music ever written.

Another beautifully constructed app

Guy du Bored

Once again Touch Press has done something with classical music but no one has done before. The performances of Vivaldi's Four Seasons and Max Richter's interpretation are immensely rewarding in themselves, following the model first presented in the Orchestra app. What distinguishes this app is the presentation of the story behind the original and the reinterpretation. The architecture allows the listener to approach the music from many different points of view, each intrinsically interesting. Superb!


Amphio Limited
2 GB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
English, German
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Amphio Limited


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