Scarlatti, D: Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

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Domenico Scarlatti: Sonate per cembala 1742, Vol. 3

Domenico Scarlatti: Sonate per cembala 1742, Vol. 3


Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K70 in B flat major

Keyboard Sonata K71 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K72 in C major

Sonata in C minor K73

Keyboard Sonata K74 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K75 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K76 in G minor

Keyboard Sonata K37 in C minor

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K33 in D Major

Keyboard Sonata K78 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K79 in G major

Fuga K82 in F

Keyboard Sonata K83 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K84 in C minor

Keyboard Sonata K85 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K86 in C major


Francesco Cera (harpsichord)

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Domenico Scarlatti: Sonatas for Viola d’Amore and Harpsichord

Domenico Scarlatti: Sonatas for Viola d’Amore and Harpsichord


Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K90 in D minor

Violin Sonata in G major, K91

Sonata in C minor K73

Keyboard Sonata K78 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K79 in G major

for solo harpsichord

Sonata in G K80

Sonata in D minor K88

Violin Sonata in D minor, K89


Valerio Losito (viola d’amore) & Andrea Coen (harpsichord)

There are a number of sonatas in Scarlatti’s vast output that can be categorised as ‘melo-bass sonata’. The combination in these of a monodic, figured bass and a highly linear upper part has had contemporary scholars look afresh and consider if these works were intended not for solo harpsichord but for a combination of keyboard and a high melodic instrument. These are delightful reconstructions of what ‘might have been’ and present these solo keyboard sonatas in a new light.

It is possible that Scarlatti knew Vivaldi’s concertos for viola d’amore, and some of Vivaldi’s techniques appear to have been appropriated by Scarlatti, and his polyphonic writing makes full use of the instruments resonances. Certainly the writing fits the viola d’amore very well – especially K88.

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Ksenija Sidorova: Classical Accordion

Ksenija Sidorova: Classical Accordion


Bach, J S:

French Overture in B minor, BWV831

Berio:

Sequenza XIII for accordion 'Chanson'

Ishii:

Like a Water-Buffalo (Text: Wendy Poussard)

Mozart:

Variations (12) on ‘Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman' in C major, K265

Nordheim:

Flashing

Piazzólla:

Tango Sensations (5) for bandoneón & string quartet

Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K33 in D Major

Schnittke:

Revis Fairy Tale

Takahashi:

Like a Water Buffalo for accordion solo


Ksenija Sidorova (accordion)

The winner of numerous international competitions, the brilliant young accordion player Ksenija Sidorova here presents her debut recording; a recital for solo classical accordion.

A particularly accomplished artist, Ksenija has collaborated with many leading musicians (including the Belcea Quartet, and Valergy Gergiev with the CBSO), and won numerous awards and accolades.

“one of the real finds of this series” The Times

Still an underexploited resource in western classical music, the accordion has had a fast-increasing amount of music written for it since the mid-20th Century. Here, Ksenija Sidrova brings a varied recital featuring some of the best contemporary compositions for the classical accordion, alongside transcriptions of well-known works.

No composer has been transcribed more often than Bach; but the accordion - heard here in Bachʼs Overture in the French Style - brings an advantage that few other instruments can offer; itʼs notes do not die away as soon as they are sounded. This allows an array of colouristic possibilities, denied to other musicians.

Amongst the contemporary works here, Arne Nordheimʼs Flashing, written in 1985 for solo accordion, has become a classic of the accordion repertoire. Nordheimʼs music has a real sense of physicality, of movement and change on a large scale. In contrast, Luciani Berioʼs Sequenza XIII opens with a compressed melody which is gradually developed amid splashes of complex harmony and virtuoso filigree.

Yuji Takahashuʼs Like a Water-Buffalo is preceded on this disc by the poem that inspired it. Well-known in Takahashiʼs native Japan, it is a moving, heartfelt piece, strongly transmitting the sounds of freedom.

This recital CD also features a ʻbonus trackʼ - Astor Piazzollaʼs “Asleep”, the first of the composerʼs Five Tango Sensations, performed by Ksenija Sidorova with the exuberant young Sacconi Quartet.

“an amazingly accomplished artist” Classical Source

Composers featured in this stunning recital include: Nordheim, Berio, Schnittke, Takahashi, Piazzolla, Scarlatti, Bach and Mozart.

“Scarlatti and Mozart are played with delicacy and grace. Modern accordion classics by Arne Nordheim and Berio get atmospheric outings: Berio’s Sequenza XIII emerges as a masterpiece of suppressed emotion. Schnittke’s sardonic reworkings of Mozart and Tchaikovsky are superbly delivered.” The Times, 30th July 2011 ****

“though the set of extracts from Schnittke's one-act Sketches is imaginatively put together, it is the works by Nordheim and Berio that show the range and control of Sidorova's playing at its best. Flashing actually exploits the accordion's special qualities very effectively, especially its ability to produce sustained crescendos and diminuendos” The Guardian, 4th August 2011 ***

“The accordion’s sound world is characterful but somewhat constrained. It needs a virtuoso such as the young Latvian Sidorova to show just how flexible the instrument can be...In transcriptions of Bach, Scarlatti and Mozart, Sidorova is simply brilliant and staggeringly precise.” Sunday Times, 7th August 2011 ***

“Her determination to extend the instrument's reputation from its folk roots is formidable. She studied at London's Royal Academy of Music and has won numerous prizes. You can see why. Technique and phrasing in Mozart's 12 Variations on "Ah, vous dirais-je, Maman" are subtle and witty...all [are] played with light, shade, delicacy – and breathtaking virtuosity.” The Observer, 7th August 2011

“Sidorova here demonstrates the remarkable potential of the accordion, not an instrument generally appreciated in classical circles...[The Bach] is fascinating, with Sidorova making the accordion sound like a miniature organ...An attractive and unusual disc.” Gramophone Magazine, Awards Issue 2011

“Anybody disinclined to take the accordion seriously as a classical instrument should listen to the opening track here...[the Nordheim and Berio] are advertisements for the accordion's expressive potential, mining its virtuosic possibilities...a debut recording full of panache and communicative musicianship.” BBC Music Magazine, December 2011 ****

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Scarlatti Sonatas

Scarlatti Sonatas


Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K1 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K34 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K74 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K87 in B minor

Keyboard Sonata K14 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K109 in A minor

Keyboard Sonata K146 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K208 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K239 in F minor

Keyboard Sonata K322 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K376 in B minor

Keyboard Sonata K380 in E major

Keyboard Sonata K466 in F minor

Keyboard Sonata K491 in D major


Alberto Mesirca (guitar)

Paladino Music - PMR0003

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Domenico Scarlatti: 12 Sonatas for Guitar

Domenico Scarlatti: 12 Sonatas for Guitar


Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K377 in B minor

Keyboard Sonata K208 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K209 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K32 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K34 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K291 in E minor

Keyboard Sonata K292 in E minor

Keyboard Sonata K87 in B minor

Keyboard Sonata K481 in F minor

Keyboard Sonata K476 in G minor

Keyboard Sonata K213 in D minor


Luigi Attademo (guitar)

Recording made in 1998.

Luigi Attademo is responsible for the premieres of rediscovered works for guitar by Tansman, Cyril Scott (Sonatina, Alesandria, 2001), Lennox Berkeley and Mompou.

The 600 or so sonatas for harpsichord by Domenico Scarlatti contain some of the most remarkable music for keyboard from the Barock era. The influence of these works can be detected in the sonatas of Haydn, Clementi, and Beethoven. The fact that these composers, who developed the piano sonata form to new levels virtuosity, and at a time when the piano was a ‘new’ instrument, developing constantly, were influenced by his examples, has lead to many performers re-appraising Scarlatti’s sonatas. How would they sound on other instruments?

The modern concert grand is, today, no stranger to Scarlatti’s sonatas, but the guitar? The great Andres Segovia was one of the first to recognise that many of these sonatas would work for the guitar. His idea was not to imitate the harpsichord (‘a guitar with a cold’ as he famously said, much to the annoyance of the great harpsichordist Wanda Landowska), but to bring out hitherto unexplored textures and colours contained in the music that only the guitar could realise. There wasn’t much in the way of period interpretation or slavish imitation of keyboard practice in Segovia’s approach. It was a marvellously ‘gut feel’ instinctive interpretation that divided opinion. In 1994 Claudio Giuliani attempted (successfully) to navigate a path for guitarists through the purists and Segovia’s opposing positions and published a collection of Scarlatti’s sonatas that lie within the compass of the guitar. On this CD Attademo skilfully demonstrates that the two schools of thought can be brought together – Scarlatti’s genius as keyboard virtuoso, and the genius and instinctiveness of Segovia.

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Scarlatti - Complete Keyboard Sonatas Volume 9

Scarlatti - Complete Keyboard Sonatas Volume 9


Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K52 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K79 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K111 in G minor

Keyboard Sonata K139 in C minor

Keyboard Sonata K170 in C major

Keyboard Sonata K176 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K277 in D major

Keyboard Sonata K344 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K340 in C major

Keyboard Sonata K388 in D major

Keyboard Sonata K398 in C major

Keyboard Sonata K456 in A major


The son of Alessandro Scarlatti, who created a new school of opera in Naples, Domenico Scarlatti is particularly distinguished for his remarkable keyboard sonatas, of which some 555 are known. This significant addition to early 18th century keyboard repertoire was written for performance on the various keyboard instruments of the Spanish court, where he was employed for many years, and in all their variety have long provided a valuable repertoire for pianists

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D. Scarlatti - Cantatas

D. Scarlatti - Cantatas


Scarlatti, D:

Con qual cor mi chiedi pace?

Fille, gia piu non parlo

Qual pensier, quale ardire

No non fuggire

Il ricorda, o bella Irene

Keyboard Sonata K277 in D major

Keyboard Sonata K215 in E major

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor


Max Emanuel Cencic (countertenor) & Aline Zylberajch (pianoforte)

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Capriccio - C67173

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Scarlatti: Sonatas

Scarlatti: Sonatas

Transcribed for guitar by Narciso Yepes


Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K146 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K34 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K238 in F minor

Keyboard Sonata K42 in B flat major

Keyboard Sonata K474 in E flat major

Keyboard Sonata K32 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K322 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K283 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K64 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K446 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K377 in B minor


Narciso Yepes (guitar)

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DG - 4137832

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Barocco Napoletano

Barocco Napoletano


Durante, F:

Divertimento I from 6 Sonate per cembalo divise in Studi e Divertimenti

Divertimento II from 6 Sonate per cembalo divise in Studi e Divertimenti

Studio II from 6 Sonate per cembalo divise in Studi e Divertimenti

Pergolesi:

Sonata in F major

Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K198 in E minor

Keyboard Sonata K208 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K533 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K11 in C minor

Keyboard Sonata K380 in E major

Keyboard Sonata K178 in D major

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K32 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K322 in A major


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Scarlatti: Complete Piano Sonatas Sonatas Vol. 2

Scarlatti: Complete Piano Sonatas Sonatas Vol. 2

Sonatas K43 - 97


Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K43 in G minor

Keyboard Sonata K44 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K45 in D major

Keyboard Sonata K46 in E major

Keyboard Sonata K47 in B flat major

Keyboard Sonata K48 in C minor

Keyboard Sonata K49 in C major

Keyboard Sonata K50 in F minor

Keyboard Sonata K51 in E flat major

Keyboard Sonata K52 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K53 in D major

Keyboard Sonata K54 in A minor

Keyboard Sonata K55 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K56 in C minor

Keyboard Sonata K57 in B flat major

Keyboard Sonata K58 in C minor

Keyboard Sonata K59 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K60 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K61 in A minor

Keyboard Sonata K62 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K63 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K64 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K65 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K66 in B flat major

Keyboard Sonata K67 in F sharp minor

Keyboard Sonata K68 in E flat major

Keyboard Sonata K69 in F minor

Keyboard Sonata K70 in B flat major

Keyboard Sonata K71 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K72 in C major

Sonata in C minor K73

Keyboard Sonata K74 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K75 in G major

Keyboard Sonata K76 in G minor

Keyboard Sonata K77 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K78 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K79 in G major

Sonata in G K80

Keyboard Sonata K81 in E minor

Keyboard Sonata K82 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K83 in A major

Keyboard Sonata K84 in C minor

Keyboard Sonata K85 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K86 in C major

Keyboard Sonata K87 in B minor

Sonata in D minor K88

Violin Sonata in D minor, K89

Keyboard Sonata K90 in D minor

Violin Sonata in G major, K91

Keyboard Sonata K92 in D minor

Keyboard Sonata K93 in G minor

Keyboard Sonata K94 in F major

Keyboard Sonata K95 in C major

Keyboard Sonata K96 in D major

Keyboard Sonata K97 in G minor


Christoph Ullrich (piano)

Over several years and several decades, Domenico Scarlatti composed a new sonata for his royal piano pupil practically each week. And so something gradually evolved that can justifiably be described as his life's work. But what does a life's work mean for us today? An immense number of sonatas, 555 in total.

In order to best appreciate them therefore, one should not listen en masse, but to one per week. Tacet and pianist Christoph Ullrich have undertaken to stretch all of the sonatas over a 17 year period, which seems appropriate given Scarlatti's original intentions.

A 3CD set at the price of 1, this is a fascinating project, expertly recorded as we expect of the Tacet label, representing another two years of Christoph Ullrich's rigorous, beautiful and exhilarating work on Domenico Scarlatti. In some of the sonatas he is joined by guitarist Stefan Hladek.

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