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Editions of Domenico Scarlatti's almost 600 keyboard sonatas were for a long time based on uncertain sources. The resulting editorial confusion gave rise to different readings at different times and in different places. A prime example is Hans von BĂĽlow's selection of eighteen of the sonatas (published in 1864), viewed through the prism of Romanticism.

On this double album the pianist Giulio Biddau compares that version with a recent critical edition. Each sonata is played twice, thus alternating the perspectives and shedding light on two different approaches to Scarlatti's work.

BIDDAU / SCARLATTI TO SCARLATTI

Editions of Domenico Scarlatti's almost 600 keyboard sonatas were for a long time based on uncertain sources. The resulting editorial confusion gave rise to different readings at different times and in different places. A prime example is Hans von BĂĽlow's selection of eighteen of the sonatas (published in 1864), viewed through the prism of Romanticism.

On this double album the pianist Giulio Biddau compares that version with a recent critical edition. Each sonata is played twice, thus alternating the perspectives and shedding light on two different approaches to Scarlatti's work.

BIDDAU / SCARLATTI TO SCARLATTI

5051083175517

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Format: CD
Label: Aparte
Rel. Date: 02/11/2022
UPC: 5051083175517

Scarlatti to Scarlati
Artist: Biddau
Format: CD
New: Available $25.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. * Aparte - Scarlatti to Scarlati - Biddau
2. Sonata in G Major K. 13 (F.529): Presto
3. Sonata in G Major K. 523 (F.467): Allegro
4. Sonata in G minor K. 8 (F.524): Allegro
5. Sonata in G minor K. 450 (F.396): Allegrissimo
6. Sonata in G Major K. 259 (F.207): Andante
7. Sonata in D Major K. 29 (F.545): Presto
8. Sonata in D Major K.96 (F.62): Allegrissimo
9. Sonata in B minor K. 173 (F.123): Allegro
10. Sonata in B minor K. 377 (F.323): Allegrissimo
11. Sonata in F minor K. 69 (F. 29): -
12. Sonata in F minor K. 387 (F.333): Veloce E Fugato
13. Sonata in G minor K. 31 (F.53): Allegro
14. Sonata in D minor K. 434 (F.380): Andante
15. Sonata in D minor K. 444 (F.390): Allegrissimo
16. Sonata in F Major K. 446 (F.392): Pastorale Allegrissimo
17. Sonata in F Major K. 525 (F.469): Allegro
18. * Hans Von BĂĽlow's Anthology
19. * Suite in G Major
20. I. Preludio: Allegro Con Brio [Alessandro Scarlatti]
21. II. Toccata: Allegro Con Brio, Quasi Presto [K. 13]
22. III. Sarabande: Moderato, Ma Deciso [K. 8]
23. IV. Burlesca: Allegretto Con Moto [K. 450]
24. V. Menuetto: Andantino Grazioso [K. 259]
25. VI. Gigue: Allegro Molto [K. 523]
26. * Suite in F minor
27. I. Sonata: Allegro Con Brio [K. 31]
28. II. Fuga: Maestoso [Alessandro Scarlatti]
29. III. Courante: Allegro Moderato [K. 69]
30. IV. Capriccio: Molto Allegro [K. 387]
31. V. Siciliano: Andantino [K. 446]
32. VI. Scherzo: Vivace [K. 525]
33. * Suite in D Major
34. I. Sonata: Presto [K. 29]
35. II. Courante: Moderato [K. 434]
36. III. Capriccio: Molto Allegro [K. 444]
37. IV. Bourrée: Allegro [K. 377]
38. V. Gavotte: Moderato [K. 173]
39. VI. Gigue: Vivace [K. 96]

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Editions of Domenico Scarlatti's almost 600 keyboard sonatas were for a long time based on uncertain sources. The resulting editorial confusion gave rise to different readings at different times and in different places. A prime example is Hans von BĂĽlow's selection of eighteen of the sonatas (published in 1864), viewed through the prism of Romanticism.

On this double album the pianist Giulio Biddau compares that version with a recent critical edition. Each sonata is played twice, thus alternating the perspectives and shedding light on two different approaches to Scarlatti's work.

BIDDAU / SCARLATTI TO SCARLATTI

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