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D-Moll K. 213 - Domenico Scarlatti - Ralph Kirkpatrick - Sonaten Für Cembalo (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more.
  2. Domenico Scarlatti began his compositional career following in the footsteps of his father Alessandro Scarlatti by writing operas, chamber cantatas, and other vocal music, but he is most remembered for his keyboard sonatas, written between approximately and It is believed that Domenico received most of his musical training from family members, but his father was the dominant.
  3. Harpsichord sonatas = Sonaten für Cembalo = Sonates pour clavecin by Domenico Scarlatti () 81 editions published between 19in 6 languages and .
  4. The numbering of the sonatas is based on the chronological order established by Ralph Kirkpatrick in his book Domenico Scarlatti (Princeton, ). Harpsichord built by Rainer Schütze, Heidelberg. Recorded München, /5(3).
  5. Kirkpatrick's volume Domenico Scarlatti, published in , won a reputation as the most comprehensive, most thoughtfully organized study of that composer's music to date. His published editions of Scarlatti's sonatas were likewise regarded as major accomplishments in scholarship.
  6. Apr 26,  · Ralph Kirkpatrick the keyboardist and musicologist, died Friday night at his home in Gullford, Conn. He was 72 years old. Mr. Kirkpatrick was .
  7. As a recording artist, Ralph Kirkpatrick became best known for his harpsichord recordings of the keyboard music of J.S. Bach and Domenico Scarlatti. In , Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft, the German recording company, selected Kirkpatrick to record all of the keyboard works of J.S. Bach, with the exception of the works for organ, for its.
  8. My recording follows the numbering of Kirkpatrick, whose study of Scarlatti is the base from which a modern player must build ("Domenico Scarlatti", Ralph Kirkpatrick, Princeton, ). To start, there are the 30 "exercises", as Scarlatti called them, of

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