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  1. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi classical music buffs! I have three piano pieces that got recorded onto a CD but were wrongly labeled. What are they really? I put them all on YouTube (three separate "videos"). 1. mislabeled as Scarlatti Sonata in A major 2. mislabeled as Scarlatti Sonata in C major 3. mislabeled as...
  2. Composer Guestbooks
    1729-1783, perhaps the best known Spanish composer of the 18th century. He is known primarily for keyboard sonatas, which take after Scarlatti but with some notable differences. Definitely less concise than Scarlatti, the sonatas tend to lope along and evolve more slowly, though they work on...
  3. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi All, I'm looking for a list of the piano works contained in a Trinity College for Grade 8 piano album, published around early to mid 1980s I think. This is what I can recall from the content: 1. D. Scarlatti, I think a piece in G minor. 2. Piece in F major, think it was by K. Mozart. 3...
  4. Classical Music Discussion
    Why are Scarlatti keyboard sonatas so often played on the guitar? Is there something about the music that makes it a good fit for the guitar?
  5. Solo & Chamber Music
    I see that we have two versions of the complete Scarlatti box sets... one by Scott Ross and another cycle by Pieter-Jan Belder. I am thinking about picking up both cycles on a bargain if possible. I heard that Scott Ross is a true legend for this tour de force.
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