Valda Aveling, Scarlatti - Scarlatti Sonatas album download
|A1||No.5 In E Major, L.373|
|A2.1||No.23 In A Major, L.238|
|A2.2||No.24 In A Major, L.428|
|A3.1||No.49 In D Major, L.206|
|A3.2||No.50 In D Major, L.164|
|A3.3||No.51 In D Major, L.14|
|B1||No.12 In D Minor, L.267|
|B2.1||No.19 In C Major, L.457|
|B2.2||No.20 In C Major, L.282|
|B3.1||No.59 In B Flat Major, L.497|
|B3.2||No.60 In B Flat Major, L.500|
- Engineer – Christopher Parker
- Harpsichord – Valda Aveling
- Producer – John Mordler
- Sleeve Notes – Robert Dearling
NotesSleeve notes by Robert Dearling 1976
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5099941453810
|HQS 1365, OC 053-06 267Q||Valda Aveling Plays Scarlatti*||Valda Aveling Plays Scarlatti* - Sonatas (LP, Quad)||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||HQS 1365, OC 053-06 267Q||UK||1977|
|R-03670, QR. 03670||Valda Aveling, Scarlatti*||Valda Aveling, Scarlatti* - Scarlatti Sonatas (LP, Album, Quad, Club)||World Record Club, World Record Club||R-03670, QR. 03670||Australia||1977|
Complete your Valda Aveling Plays Scarlatti collection. Valda Aveling, Scarlatti. Valda Aveling, Scarlatti - Scarlatti Sonatas (LP, Album, Quad, Club). World Record Club, World Record Club.
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3 Organ Sonatas (Scarlatti, Domenico). P. Piano Transcriptions of Various Composers (Friedman, Ignaz). The Pianoforte, its origin, progress, and construction (Rimbault, Edward Francis). 24 Pieces in 8 Suites (Scarlatti, Domenico). Popular Pieces by Old Italian Composers (Pauer, Ernst). Preludes and Fugues (Seger, Josef Ferdinand Norbert). 12 Sonatas Modernas para Clavicordio, Libro 1 (Scarlatti, Domenico). 3 Sonate pentru trio de ancii (Scarlatti, Domenico). Studio generale (Czerny, Carl). 42 Suites de Pièces pour le Clavecin, . -42 (Scarlatti, Domenico). Symphonies & Concerti grossi (Scarlatti, Domenico). T. 4 Toccate Trascritte per Violino, Viola e Violoncello (Boghen, Felice).
Scarlatti & Cage: Sonatas David Greilsammer.
DOMENICO SCARLATTI (1685-1757): Fifteen keyboard Sonatas. Valda Aveling, harpsichord by Thomas Goff. Here, with the thorough musical grounding he brought with him from Italy and his own brilliance on the harpsichord, Scarlatti immersed himself in the folk tunes and rhythms of Spain, with their distinctive Moorish/Arabic and gypsy influences. He composed more than 500 keyboard sonatas, unique in their total originality, and the use of the acciaccatura, the 'simultaneous mordent', the 'vamp' (usually at the beginning of the second half of a sonata). The "folk" element is constantly present throughout these works.
Domenico Scarlatti’s sonatas have been subjected to all sorts of treatments. I still possess an LP played by Valda Aveling on a cumbersomely large instrument which she treats like a 19th-century organ; many harpsichordists continued to over-register performances well into the Eighties. Domenico Scarlatti’s sonatas have been subjected to all sorts of treatments. Far better to hear them played by a sensitive artist like Mikhail Pletnev, whose piano recital on Virgin is wonderful, though an appropriate harpsichord is still better when it comes to matters of articulation.