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Which of the following is responsible for circulating air and ocean currents to the right in the Northern Hemisphere?

Coriolis force

What causes moving air to turn to the right in the northern hemisphere and to the left in the southern hemisphere?

causes moving air and water to turn left in the southern hemisphere and turn right in the northern hemisphere due to the earth’s rotation. movement of air from land to sea at night, created when cooler, denser air from land forces up warmer air over the sea.

What factor most directly affects the movement of air?

The movement of air through Earth’s — or any planet’s — atmosphere is called wind, and the main cause of Earth’s winds is uneven heating by the sun. This uneven heating causes changes of atmospheric pressure, and winds blow from regions with high pressure to those with low pressure.

What is the impact of the seasons on the lives of human beings?

Seasons determine the duration of day and night, temperatures and precipitation. These affect the climate of a place and human beings have to accommodate their living conditions to survive the changes that occur due to changes in seasons

What are the characteristics of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons?

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons are four violin concertos depicting the seasons of spring, summer, autumn, and winter. They are some of the most extravagant examples of music that tells a story (“program music”) from the baroque period

What was the composer of the Four Seasons influenced by in order to write the Four Seasons?

Inspired by landscape paintings by Italian artist Marco Ricci, Vivaldi composed the Four Seasons roughly between 1720 and 1723, and published them in Amsterdam in 1725, in a set of twelve concerti entitled Il cimento dell’armonia e dell’inventione (The Test of Harmony and Invention)

What is the order of Vivaldi Four Seasons?

The Four Seasons is the best known of Vivaldi’s works….Approximate timings of the individual concerti:

  • Spring: 10 minutes.
  • Summer: 11 minutes.
  • Autumn: 11 minutes.
  • Winter: 9 minutes.

What instruments were used in the four seasons?

The instruments involved in this piece will be the solo viola (played by Lawrence Power) and an accompanying orchestra made up of twelve violins, four violas, three cellos, a double bass and a harpsichord. All of the pieces to be performed were composed in the heart of the Baroque era of music.

What is Vivaldi most famous piece?

Le quattro stagioni

What was Vivaldi’s nickname?

il Prete Rosso

What was Vivaldi’s nickname and why?

Red hair is something that Vivaldi most likely inherited from his father which earned him the nickname, “The Red Priest”. Vivaldi trained for the priesthood starting at the age of 15. He remained devoted to this calling throughout his life. Vivaldi was also a controversial figure.

What color was Vivaldi’s hair?

red hair

Which composer is regarded as one of the world’s greatest composers of all time?

Ludwig van Beethoven