Concerto in D, RV 93 by Antonio Vivaldi was originally written for solo Lute with Violin, Viola and Continuo accompaniment, this arrangement is for string quartet.
— The first movement features the violist, playing the solo line originally played by the lute.
— The second movement features the cellist, playing the lilting Largo melodic line, accompanied by the other three parts.
— The third movement has the first violinist playing the melody with the second violinist and violist providing harmony and excitement.
Each movement is also available separately. Score, parts 26 pages