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Ricordi - Sonate per Clavicembalo Volume 6 Critical Edition - Sonatas for Harpsichord

Ricordi  - Sonate per Clavicembalo Volume 6 Critical Edition - Sonatas for Harpsichord
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Publisher: Ricordi
Composer: Domineco Scarlatti
Arranger: Emilia Fadini
Model: 50480567
Name: Sonate per Clavicembalo Volume 6 Critical Edition - Sonatas for Harpsichord
Category: Sheet Music > Classical
Pages : 256
UPC : 073999805673
Condition: Brand New
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Table of contents

Song name Artist(s) Lyricist(s) Writer(s)
SONATA L100 K334
SONATA L105 K340
SONATA L119 K366
SONATA L126 K347
SONATA L127 K348
SONATA L134 K383
SONATA L140 K341
SONATA L141 K332
SONATA L152 K327
SONATA L156 K362
SONATA L160 K363
SONATA L17 K371
SONATA L170 K349
SONATA L171 K386
SONATA L172 K367
SONATA L175 K387
SONATA L18 K331
SONATA L191 K342
SONATA L2 K384
SONATA L201 K326
SONATA L225 K381
SONATA L23 K380
SONATA L230 K350
SONATA L240 K369
SONATA L247 K361
SONATA L251 K339
SONATA L263 K377
SONATA L269 K333
SONATA L276 K378
SONATA L284 K385
SONATA L291 K343
SONATA L295 K344
SONATA L302 K372
SONATA L306 K345
SONATA L313 K353
SONATA L316 K370
SONATA L337 K336
SONATA L34 K376
SONATA L389 K375
SONATA L400 K360
SONATA L412 K358
SONATA L436 K364
SONATA L448 K359
SONATA L480 K365
SONATA L55 K330
SONATA L60 K346
SONATA L68 K354
SONATA L73 K379
SONATA L76 K374
SONATA L87 K338
SONATA L98 K373
SONATA LSUP10 K335
SONATA LSUP13 K352
SONATA LSUP22 K355
SONATA LSUP26 K337
SONATA LSUP27 K328
SONATA LSUP30 K368
SONATA LSUP33 K382
SONATA LSUP34 K351
SONATA LSUP5 K329

Description:

This critical edition of all the sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti is justified by the necessity of offering performers and scholars a text which is philologically faithful to the author's intentions (in so far as this can be reconstructed through a comparative study of the surviving printed and manuscript sources) and which is presented as authentically as possible, free from editorial interference or suggestions for performance or interpretation.

The study of musicology and especially of the performing traditions of baroque music has advanced considerably since Alessandro Longo achieved the mammoth task of publishing the entire corpus of Scarlatti's sonatas for the first time, and today we can deal with problems of text and interpretation with a surer and deeper methodological awareness; all of these will be adequately treated in the Appendix to this edition, which will contain also a general thematic catalog of the complete sonatas.