By Jacob Stockinger
Today is the autumnal equinox.
Fall arrives at 9:21 a.m. in the Midwest.
Here is a something musical to mark it: “Autumn” from the popular Baroque work “The Four Seasons” by Antonio Vivaldi, who described the seasons sonically, with accompanying sonnets, in a series of four violin concertos.
And it also features beautiful fall photographs from the National Botanical Garden of Wales.
Sure, some people will complain about another warhorse. But The Ear likes Vivaldi.
And so did Johann Sebastian Bach.
Are there other pieces of classical music that embody Autumn for you?
Leave the information and a YouTube link, if possible, in the COMMENT section.
The Ear wants to hear.