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 Post subject: Scarlatti-SonataK.11- Roberto Carnevale, piano
PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2006 6:30 am 
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...and a little Sonata by Scalatti.
ciao, Roberto

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Scarlatti - Sonata in C minor, K. 11 (L.352 - F.527)


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Also your baroque playing style sounds fine to me! Very well played trills, and calculated articulation combined with decent dynamic arrangement. Sounds perfect to me too!

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Sounds perfect to me too. Yes, great trills.
Nice start to my morning. :)


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I think we found ourselves a Joe Felice replacement :lol:


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I think we found ourselves a Joe Felice replacement :lol:

God ... I hope not ! :evil:

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Wonderful ! I would not ask to change anything. Of course we expect an Italian to be something special in Scarlatti :wink: As said already, the trills especially are marvellous.

And great to hear one of the slower Scarlattis, they tend to be a bit neglected, and yet they are such marvels of profundity, elegance, and classical poise.

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This was just musically perfect to my ears! Truly wonderful, I'll keep it looping (and have myself banned? ;) during this evening. My congratulations for this wonderful performance.

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And great to hear one of the slower Scarlattis, they tend to be a bit neglected, and yet they are such marvels of profundity, elegance, and classical poise.



...and harder to play. I'm struggling with K.32 Maybe it's just me and my craptastic playing. :x


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