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 Post subject: Scarlatti: other 3 Sonatas
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2007 9:11 am 
Another little 3 step....
In K527 we can find both a sort of flamenco and "piano-bar ante litteram" examples.

All best,
Sandro

Scarlatti - K.447, Sonata in F major
Scarlatti - K.527, Sonata in C major
Scarlatti - K.535, Sonata in D major


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:08 am 
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Ok, got my Scarlatti fix for the day. :) I like the first one best. Your left hand plays the runs equal to your right hand. Good dynamics, good sound, good playing, Sandro.

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All of them are excellent performances and absolutely flawless as usual. Very enjoyable and I have put them up on the site. Couldn't help counting and you have now 19 Scarlatti Sonatas up on the site. Another 500 to go ;).

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:19 pm 
pianolady wrote:
Ok, got my Scarlatti fix for the day. :) I like the first one best. Your left hand plays the runs equal to your right hand. Good dynamics, good sound, good playing, Sandro.


Too much kind, as usual Monica!
These Sonatas (many of them, somebody are easy) always offer at least one technical problem.
Neither really difficult, but nor so easy as it appears.
In the first of these three the equalness between hands in broken L-R hands arpeggios, in the second that little, continous thrills with blocked hand (another key is hold by the hand which must
plays the thrills, and they have to be played less than F). Often interesting, both technically and
musically.

All best,
Sandro


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:34 pm 
robert wrote:
All of them are excellent performances and absolutely flawless as usual. Very enjoyable and I have put them up on the site. Couldn't help counting and you have now 19 Scarlatti Sonatas up on the site. Another 500 to go ;).


Thank you Robert. No, at this moment I Think to send the 3 other Sonatas I've recorded, then maybe a "new entry"( the k550)... and stop. But I'm exploring the less frequented XIIX century
(by piano point of view): Galuppi, Couperin, Balbastre and others.....

All best,
Sandro


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:48 pm 
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Those all sounded really great, Sandro!


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2007 7:42 pm 
Nicole wrote:
Those all sounded really great, Sandro!


:oops: These congratulations from nice girls are too much for me.

All best,
Sandro.

P.S. Excellent your Debussy. And this is not because your congratulations.....
Which pieces are you studying/playing/recording?


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