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D Scarlatti Sonata K470

Discussion in 'Submission Room' started by Anonymous, May 17, 2007.

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  2. Chaotica

    Chaotica New Member Piano Society Artist

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    Thank you for sharing. I enjoyed it and found the piece very interesting: one of those experimental sonatas, I guess.

    I fear I cannot give you a constructive comment. In fact, I only posted this because nothing is happening here these days... :( :wink:
     
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    A most wonderful Sonata, very unusual and inventive. What a great composer Scarlatti was !
    I have never heard this one so I cannot comment much but you play it with your usual finesse. Probably too much rubato, but it does not disturb in a piece like this. I will put it up the site when I have more time.
     
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    >A most wonderful Sonata, very unusual and inventive.

    Thank you Chris and Jan-Felix. Very kind both.

    All best,
    Sandro.
     
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    This one is up the site. Great recording !
     
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    Bravo!

    Very unusual Sonata! Bravo!!
    ciao, Roberto
     
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    Re: Bravo!

    With the maximum consideration for myself and the other "Scarlatti pianists", if there is
    a "bravo" in these pieces (and not only: in my opinion your Chopin mazurka op.17/4 is
    a masterwork of interpretation) this one is Roberto Carnevale.
    Very happy you enjoyed this Sonata (that trills in pp are not so easy...),
    Sandro.
     
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    Very well done! Not that I know this piece from before but it sounds like you got the right temperament and spirit.
     

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