We’ve documented previously (click here to read about it) that Thomas Jefferson was more than just an aficionado, but pursued what he loved, loved what he did, and was a near genius in almost everything he loved. Music was certainly one of those things he did/loved with a passion.
Monticello is offering a new CD which attempts to recreate specific music that Jefferson either played of listened to (kind of like hacking into his iTunes playlist!). They don’t include a track listing, but if I read the site correctly, Vivaldi‘s Violin Sonata is included on the disc.
For more about the CD go here.
Source: Monticello (where else??)