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  1. Domenico SCARLATTI () The Complete Keyboard Sonatas (Kk Nos ) Scott Ross (harpsichord) Recorded at various locations in France, DDD WARNER CLASSICS [34 CDs - approx. 34 hours, 36 minutes].
  2. Scott Ross's 'Scarlatti: Best Sonatas' offers us a lively selection from the complete set by Ross. It starts with K. #1 and ends with K. #, and makes 17 stops in between, coming in at 77 min. The complete set was recorded at Radio France studios in , over 18 months, in 98 sessions. 5 harpsichords were used/5(25).
  3. Keyboard Sonata in E major Alt ernative. Title Composer Scarlatti, Domenico: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. K ; L I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IDS Key E major First Pub lication. in Oeuvres de Clementi, Cahier V: Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Baroque: Piece Style Baroque: Instrumentation Keyboard External Links.
  4. Jul 20,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Scott Ross - D. Scarlatti K (April Fool Day's Sonata) YouTube Amadeus - Salieri's March is defiled - Duration: prestoagitato2 Recommended for you.
  5. Scarlatti was the master of this genre and it is no more ludicrous to think of listening to all his sonatas than to do the same for all Bach’s cantatas (which would take you about twice as long). Excluding the eight which are not for solo harpsichord, none of these works lasts more than 7 minutes and about minutes is the average.
  6. Scott Ross's award-winning complete Scarlatti keyboard sonatas, first released on Erato in , stand as a landmark in recording history. This re-release marks 25 years since Ross's death in June at age In the s, Ross became the first musician to record the complete keyboard sonatas in all--of Domenico Scarlatti ()/5().
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Domenico Scarlatti: Complete Keyboard Works - Scott Ross on AllMusic -
  8. Since Scarlatti sonatas allow plenty of interpretive leeway, personal taste will govern your response to one artist over another. If you hear the F major K. ’s triple meter as a peasant dance with downbeats firmly in the ground, you’ll choose Ross. But if you prefer rounded corners and decoration to the fore, then Belder’s your man.

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