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21-30 of 65 videos of music composed by Domenico Scarlatti

Scarlatti Sonata in E major K 380: Brouwer (11 of 12)
Scarlatti Sonata in E major K 380: Brouwer (11 of 12) Cuban guitarist Leo Brouwer plays his transcriptions of 12 keyboard sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti in a magnificent (and long out-of-print) 1974 recording. Sonata in E major K. 380/ L. 23 (1734) To hear the whole set uninterrupted, go to www.youtube.com Brouwer's notes (from the original LP) can be found in the information box for videos 1-4 of this series. *** For this recording, Brouwer played a guitar built in 1973 by Daniel Friedrich (Paris). Recording: D. Scarlatti. Douze sonates par Leo Brouwer. Erato: Florilège de la guitare 17 (1974) STU70786 Score: 12 sonatas/Domenico Scarlatti; transcribed for guitar by Leo Brouwer. Gendai Guitar Co. 1983, repr. 2004. Please don't ask for the score -- I don't have it. It can be found at Gendai Guitar (Japan) or at Guitar Solo Publications (San Francisco, CA); both are on the internet. (Many thanks to Yuri at Universo Violonístico)
Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli.1949 Parte 2
Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli.1949 Parte 2 Il grande pianista Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli esegue brani musicali di Domenico Scarlatti
Pierre Hantaï plays D. Scarlatti
Pierre Hantaï plays D. Scarlatti Composed by: Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) Played by: Pierre Hantaï Sonatas K535 and K371 ---------------------- Enjoy!
Stephen Marchionda plays Scarlatti
Stephen Marchionda plays Scarlatti Stephen Marchionda performs live the Sonata K474 by Domenico Scarlatti
KAARE NORGE - D.SCARLATTI - SONATE IN A MAJOR
KAARE NORGE - D.SCARLATTI - SONATE IN A MAJOR Buy this music track on iTunes. iTunes Link: itunes.apple.com --------------------------- CLASSICAL GUITAR LIVE PERFORMANCE OF BAROC MUSIC
Domenico Scarlatti Sonata in G major, K. 455
Domenico Scarlatti Sonata in G major, K. 455 Pianist- Vladimir Horowitz Horowitz on Scarlatti: "There is a common misconception regarding Scarlatti which points up the danger of labeling - many think of his music as mostly fast, light, and requiring only articulation and dexterity. That is not so. In his set of 555 sonatas, more are slow than fast, and many are quite poetic, nostalgic, and even dreamy, very much in the Bel Canto style. As a composer, he comes from nowhere. His freshness and unbelievable daring in the use of harmony and rhythm make him one of the most original composers of his century. He is a master of what we might call grosse Kleinkunst [great art in the smaller form], which is, of course, preferable to kleine Grosskunst [inferior art in the larger forms]. His music is down to earth; it has human qualities and sephardic elements. Any composer of this period speaks to God. Scarlatti speaks to the people, the children of God. There are instances when he does speak to God, but more often he chooses not to. One of the most fascinating aspects of Scarlatti is that the music of this Neapolitan-born composer, who lived most of his adult life in Portugal and Spain, depicts Spanish life so vividly and yet remains essentially Italian [...] I think that the piano is an entirely different instrument than the harpsichord. When playing Scarlatti, the pianist should follow a moderate course - he should not attempt to imitate a harpsichord too much, neither should he use all the resources of the piano which would ...
Sonata In D minor K.213 Domenico Scarlatti
Sonata In D minor K.213 Domenico Scarlatti Domenico Scarlatti Sonata K. 213 for solo classical guitar
Scarlatti Sonata K.159 Harpsichord Mario Trilha
Scarlatti Sonata K.159 Harpsichord Mario Trilha Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1759).Sonata K 159 C major. Allegro. Harpsichord Mario Marques Trilha. Recorded at Museu de Aveiro (coro alto) Portugal. (more)
Vladimir Horowitz - Domenico Scarlatti & Aleksandr Scriabin
Vladimir Horowitz - Domenico Scarlatti & Aleksandr Scriabin Here is Vladimir Horowitz performing Sonata in E Major and Sonata in G Major of Domenico Scarlatti, followed by Etiude in D Sharp Minor Op.8 of Aleksandr Skriabin. Recorded in 1968,at Carnegie Hall, New York.
D. Scarlatti: Sonata in A Maj K 208, Robert Hill, fortepiano
D. Scarlatti: Sonata in A Maj K 208, Robert Hill, fortepiano Domenico Scarlatti: Sonata in A Major. K. 208, Robert Hill, fortepiano after B. Cristofori (K. Hill, 1999). Recorded in May 2004
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