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Ricordi - Sonate per Clavicembalo Volume 8 Critical Edition - Sonatas for Harpsichord

Ricordi  - Sonate per Clavicembalo Volume 8 Critical Edition - Sonatas for Harpsichord
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Publisher: Ricordi
Composer: Domineco Scarlatti
Arranger: Emilia Fadini
Model: 50482608
Name: Sonate per Clavicembalo Volume 8 Critical Edition - Sonatas for Harpsichord
Category: Sheet Music > Classical
Pages : 272
UPC : 073999826081
Condition: Brand New
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Table of contents

Song name Artist(s) Lyricist(s) Writer(s)
SONATA L113 K507
SONATA L118 K466
SONATA L12 K478
SONATA L137 K501
SONATA L14 K492
SONATA L146 K497
SONATA L151 K464
SONATA L153 K485
SONATA L164 K491
SONATA L184 K454
SONATA L187 K481
SONATA L19 K508
SONATA L193 K499
SONATA L196 K503
SONATA L203 K474
SONATA L205 K487
SONATA L206 K490
SONATA L209 K455
SONATA L212 K458
SONATA L220 K475
SONATA L226 K468
SONATA L229 K473
SONATA L242 K465
SONATA L277 K510
SONATA L287 K494
SONATA L29 K504
SONATA L290 K477
SONATA L292 K457
SONATA L3 K502
SONATA L304 K470
SONATA L311 K509
SONATA L314 K511
SONATA L324 K460
SONATA L326 K505
SONATA L339 K512
SONATA L340 K476
SONATA L350 K498
SONATA L372 K496
SONATA L419 K484
SONATA L426 K495
SONATA L431 K469
SONATA L435 K482
SONATA L438 K462
SONATA L455 K486
SONATA L471 K463
SONATA L472 K483
SONATA L476 K467
SONATA L491 K456
SONATA L492 K500
SONATA L70 K506
SONATA L8 K461
SONATA L82 K471
SONATA L99 K472
SONATA LSUP14 K459
SONATA LSUP16 K479
SONATA LSUP24 K493
SONATA LSUP3 K513
SONATA LSUP37 K488
SONATA LSUP41 K489
SONATA LSUP8 K480

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.