Tag Archives: Domenico Scarlatti

Pino Feola plays Domenico Scarlatti – Sonata K 380


Pino Feola plays Domenico Scarlatti – Sonata K 380

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Historic Musical Bits: Kempff plays Schubert Piano Sonata in A Major D664, great compositions/performances


Kempff plays Schubert Piano Sonata in A Major D664

Schubert – Overture in E minor, D. 648 , Prague Sinfonia, conducted by Christian Benda


Schubert – Overture in E minor, D. 648

Schubert Piano Sonata No 5 in A flat, D 557 Andras Schiff , great compositions/performances


Schubert Piano Sonata No 5 in A flat, D 557 Andras Schiff

Schubert – 4 Impromptus, D. 899 / Op. 90, Maria João Pires,: great compositions/performances


Schubert – 4 Impromptus, D. 899 / Op. 90 (Maria João Pires)

Georg Friedrich Händel: Feuerwerksmusik, German Handel Soloists, cond. Holger Speck: great compositions/performances


Georg Friedrich Händel: Feuerwerksmusik (Fireworks music)

today’s birthday: Domenico Scarlatti (1685)


Domenico Scarlatti (1685)

Although he lived during the Baroque era, Scarlatti, an Italian composer and virtuoso harpsichordist, was extremely influential in the development of the Classical period of music. He is best known for his composition of 555 keyboard sonatas, written for the Spanish queen Maria Bárbara, whom he had tutored as a child and in whose service he remained for much of his life. Scarlatti is said to have engaged in a keyboard competition with what other composer as a young man? More… Discuss

Vox Luminis, Thomas Weelkes, Death hath deprived me – LIVE090112: make music partofyour life series


Vox Luminis, Thomas Weelkes, Death hath deprived me – LIVE090112

Vox Luminis

Thomas Weelkes
1576 – 1623
“Death hath deprived me of my dearest friend”
Eulogy on the death of Thomas Morley in 1602

Zsuzsi Toth, Alice Foccroulle
Helen Cassano, Kerlijne van Nevel
Barnabas Hegyi, Tore Denys
Olivier Berten, Philippe Froeliger
Lionel Meunier, Robert Buckland
Bertrand Delvaux, Pieter Stas, Nemanja Milicevic

Lionel Meunier (artistic direction)

Live during a recording session in Beaufays/ Belgium

The CD will include the British Royal Funeral Music, the funeral sentences by Thomas Morley and Henry Purcell and funeral motets and will appear sometime in 2013 at the label Ricercar.

euzicasa June 4 2014 – imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up here at the same time (HIHIHIHI)


euzicasa June 4 2014 – imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

euzicasa June 4 2014 - imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

euzicasa June 4 2014 – imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

euzicasa June 4 2014 views by country -- imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

euzicasa June 4 2014 views by country — imagine what would happen if 80% of followers would show up at the same time (HIHIHIHI)

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http://anisionogueira.com/: no reblogging without express permission! – all posts are copyright by George Bost -View on euzicasa


http://anisionogueira.com/:no reblogging without express permission! - all posts are copyright by George Bost-view on euzicasa.

http://anisionogueira.com/: no reblogging without express permission! – all posts are copyright by George Bost -View on euzicasa.

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Scarlatti / Anthony di Bonaventura, 2001: Sonata in C major, K. 487

From “Domenico Scarlatti: 14 Sonatas,” issued by Centaur (CRC 2787). The late Anthony di Bonaventura, professor of music at Boston University’s College of Fine Arts, recorded this work in 2001 at St. Peter Episcopal Church in New York City.

Many of the most distinguished composers of our time — Gyorgy Ligeti, Luciano Berio, Alberto Ginastera, Milko Keleman, and Vincent Perischetti — have written works especially for Professor di Bonaventura, and he has performed world premiers of each of the composers’ compositions.

The first image in the video above is by the Italian urban landscape painter Bernardo Bellotto (1720 — 1780) entitled “View of Verona and the River Adige from the Ponte Nuovo” (1747-48).

 

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Charles Avison (1709-1770) Concerto Grosso No.4 precedeed by Scarlatti Sonatas (1/3)



00:00 Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757): Sonata KV 12 in G minor
03:41 – Charles Avison (1709-1770): Concerto Grosso after Scarlatti No.4 in A minor 
Andante: Kk12

Scott Ross, musician for Scarlatti
The Avison Enseble with Pavlo Beznosiuk, musicians for Avison
http://www.avisonensemble.com/

 

Gilels plays Scarlatti – 7 Sonatas (live in Locarno, 1984)



Gilels could do no wrong.

Domenico Scarlatti 
[1] Sonata in D minor, K 141
[2] Sonata in F major, K 518      4:39
[3] Sonata in D minor, K 32       9:38
[4] Sonata in F minor, K 466   12:43
[5] Sonata in A major, K 533   17:45
[6] Sonata in B minor, K 27     20:50
[7] Sonata in G major, K 125   25:36

Emil Gilels (piano)
Recorded: September 25, 1984, live, Chiesa di San Francesco, Locarno, Switzerland