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Eighteenth Century Keyboard Music : Second Edition / edited by Robert L. Marshall.

Publisher: Routledge
Series: Routledge Studies In Musical Genres
ISBN13: 9780415966429

A collection of 11 chapters by a variety of scholars. Includes chapters on the instruments, performance practice, the music of Bach, Scarlatti, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and more. This is an updated and corected version of the first edition. With a preface, note on the 2nd ed., index and music…


Scarlatti Illuminated / Joseph Moog, Piano. [CD]

Publisher: Onyx Classics

Moog performs Scarlatti sonatas, as well as recompositions by 19th and 20th masters such as Carl Tausig, Ignaz Friedemann, and Walter Gieseking.


Apres Scarlatti / Kristina Szutor, Piano. [CD]

Publisher: Centaur

Szutor plays contemporary piano music inspired by Domenico Scarlatti by Norman Dello Joio, Marcel Bitsch, Clifford Crawley, Clark Ross, Dennis Farrell, Marcelle de Manziarly, and Marc-Andre Hamelin.


Scarlatti Cadences And Brainstorm : For Piano.

Publisher: Carl Fischer
ISBN13: 9780825862977

These are two separate works for piano. Scarlatti Cadences was composed in 1996; Brainstorm in 1994. Both were used in the 12th Van Cliburn International Competition. With program and biographical notes.


Le Sonate Di Domenico Scarlatti : Contesto, Testo, Interpretazione.

Publisher: Libreria Musicale Italiana
Series: Repertori Musicali
, Vol. 5
ISBN13: 9788870967722

The authors examine various aspects of Scarlatti's keyboard sonatas, including issues of structure, sources, interpretation, and more. With a bibliography and index. Music examples.


If Scarlatti Could Swing : 2 Sonatas For Piano.

Publisher: Schott

With a preface in English and German. The music combines aspects of jazz with the typical features of Scarlatti keyboard sonatas. Of advanced difficulty.

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Alessandro E Domenico Scarlatti : Due Vite In Una.

Publisher: Libreria Musicale Italiana
ISBN13: 9788870968101

The father and son Scarlatti composers both left indelible marks on the music of the Baroque period. The first volume of this set offers a look at their lives and music. The second volume contains a bibliography and index. With a preface.


Scarlatti and More / Cristina Bianchi, Harp. [CD]

Publisher: Oehms Records

Music by Domenico Scarlatti, as well as Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach; Alexander Baltin; and Germaine Tailleferre.


La Famiglia Scarlatti : Cantatas and Sonatas. [CD]

Publisher: MDG Records

Counter tenor Kai Wessel and Musica Alta Ripa perform music by Alessandro, Domenico and Francesco Scarlatti.


Scarlatti Sonata Transcriptions / Douglas Riva, Piano. [CD]

Publisher: Naxos

Granados made modern piano transcriptions of twenty-six harpsichord sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti. Riva performs them all on this set.


Keyboard Sonatas Of Domenico Scarlatti And Eighteenth Century Musical Style.

Publisher: Cambridge Univ. Press
ISBN13: 9780521071222

First paperback printing of Sutcliffe's study of the 555 keyboard sonatas by Scarlatti. With a preface, bibliography, index and music examples.


Sonata : For Piano - Hommage To Domenico Scarlatti (1995).

Publisher: Furore

The sonata strictly follows the two-part structure customary in the beginning of the 18th century. With biographical sketch. Duration: ca. 6 minutes.


Alessandro and Domenico Scarlatti : Two Lives In One.

Publisher: Pendragon Press
Series: Lives In Music
, No. 6
ISBN13: 9781576471081


Scarlattiana Op. 44 : Divertimento Su Musiche Di Domenico Scarlatti Per Piano E Orchestra.

Publisher: Musikproduktion Juergen Hoeflich
Series: Repertoire Explorer

This reprint of the original 1927 publication by Univeral Edition is the only currently available edition of this piece for piano and small orchestra. The piece, which utlizes 88 Scarlatti themes, was premiered in New York with the composer at the piano. With a new preface.


Duets For Two Flutes : From The Piano Works Of Scarlatti / Editied by Joseph Mariano.

Publisher: Wind Music Publications

Joseph Mariano considered these Duets as some of the finest in the flute repertoire. He used them constantly in classes for sight-reading purposes, ensemble training and music interpretation with much success and enjoyment. Mr. Mariano was principal flute of the Rochester Philharmonic for 39 years…


Domenico Scarlatti Adventures : Essays To Commemorate The 250th Anniversary Of His Death.

Publisher: Ut Orpheus Ed.
Series: Ad Parnassum Studies
, No. 3
ISBN13: 9788881094622

Edited by Massimiliano Sala and W. Dean Sutcliffe. The current state of Scarlatti research is represented in twelve articles. Most of the articles are in English; three are in Italian. With a preface, introduction, index and music examples.


Variations On A Theme by Scarlatti / Matan Porat, Piano. [CD]

Publisher: Mirare Records

Porat presents a program of music with motives similar to one found in Scarlatti's Sonata in D minor, K. 32. Composers range from Bach to Beethoven to Liszt to Debussy to Boulez.


2 Sonate Di Domenico Scarlatti : Per Orchestra Da Camera (1996).

Publisher: Ricordi

Two pieces, based on Scarlatti's keyboard sonatas K. 159 and K. 415. With performance notes in German and Italian. Seating diagram. Both works were premiered in 1996 by the Nieuw Ensemble. Printed from manuscript.


12 Concertos In Seven Parts, arranged From Harpischord Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti - Vol. 1.

Publisher: Edition Offenburg

The works of Scarlatti were very popular in Avison's England. These concertos were composed in 1744 for use in aristocratic courts as well as public concerts. This volume contains Concertos Nos. 1 and 2. With a foreword in German and English. Edited by Mihoko Kimura.


12 Concertos In Seven Parts, arranged From Harpischord Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti - Vol. 2.

Publisher: Edition Offenburg

Edited by Mihoko Kimura. This volume contains Concertos Nos. 3 and 4. All of the twelve concertos are in four movements, slow-fast-slow-fast. The fast movements copy Scarlatti closely, while the slow movements are more freely arranged. With a foreword in German and English.


12 Concertos In Seven Parts, arranged From Harpischord Sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti - Vol. 6.

Publisher: Edition Offenburg

Edited by Mihoko Kimura. This volume, the last in the set by Offenburg, contains Concertos 11 and 12. All of the fast movements of these concertos use music from Scarlatti's 30 Essercizi, published in London in 1738. With a foreword in German and English.

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