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Two Scarlatti Sonatas #2665459
08/01/17 02:55 PM
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CanCakmur Offline OP
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Hello,

Scarlatti Sonatas (F major and F minor) I played in a concert recently: These are still work in progress, so your comments and suggestions are important to me.
Thank you very much.


Last edited by CanCakmur; 08/01/17 03:38 PM.

"Schubert's music brings tears to our eyes, without any questioning of the soul: this is how stark and real is the way that the music strikes us."
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Re: Two Scarlatti Sonatas [Re: CanCakmur] #2665539
08/02/17 12:07 AM
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Both sound great as far as I can tell. I know the f minor, and although I thought the tempo seemed slightly sluggish at the start, I was soon convinced that it was right for piano as opposed for harpsichord. Anyway, I think these are first-rate performances. Well done indeed!


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Re: Two Scarlatti Sonatas [Re: CanCakmur] #2665606
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Excellent! I feel a big work behind it.

Re: Two Scarlatti Sonatas [Re: CanCakmur] #2666601
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Thank you very much SiFi and Ioroslav Vasiliev, I am honored.


"Schubert's music brings tears to our eyes, without any questioning of the soul: this is how stark and real is the way that the music strikes us."
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Re: Two Scarlatti Sonatas [Re: CanCakmur] #2666646
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Clear playing, sparkling ornamentation. And I've never heard the F major one before, thanks for playing that one!


There is no end of learning. -Robert Schumann Rules for Young Musicians
Re: Two Scarlatti Sonatas [Re: CanCakmur] #2666699
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Dear Can. I am not an authority on Scarlatti, but always enjoy his sonatas when I hear them. There are many treasures, and one day I’m going to have to stop and explore them all just to be exposed to them. Your playing is always brilliant to me. May God bless you with a long and productive career.


Music does not have to be understood;
It has to be listened to.
- Hermann Scherchen.

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