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K. 159 In C Major - Domenico Scarlatti ‎– Ivo Pogorelich - Sonaten (CD, Album)

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  1. This E major work, now one of Scarlatti's most popular keyboard compositions, was preserved in the fourth Venice volume of his sonatas, dated The composer probably wrote it a year or so before the date on the manuscript, though it is possible it may actually have been written in
  2. Jan 01,  · Somehow strange, I decided to get this album - Ivo Pogorelich playing 15 Scarlatti Sonatas - many years after it was recorded and issued by Deutsche Grammophon. It simply happened shortly after attending Ivo's live recital in Bucharest during the "George Enescu" International Festival in September /5(60).
  3. Pletnev would do well to listen to Ivo Pogorelich's piano version in one sonata alone, the K.9 in D minor. This sonata, within the capabilities of many junior pianists, is given a sublime rendition by Pogorelich who reminds us of the beauty and art to be found within a relatively simple Scarlatti Reviews:
  4. Domenico Scarlatti and Ivo Pogorelich share much in common, even to the kind of upbringing they had. Both lived in a Mediterranean coastal community that was 'off the beaten path', as it were. Scarlatti was from Naples (at a time when it was not a major city), and Pogorelich Reviews:
  5. Domenico Scarlatti and Ivo Pogorelich share much in common, even to the kind of upbringing they had. Both lived in a Mediterranean coastal community that was 'off the beaten path', as it were. Scarlatti was from Naples (at a time when it was not a major city), and Pogorelich /5(48).
  6. When I got to cut 15, for the C major sonata, K. , one of my real favorites, his crystalline and poetically inflected performance won me over. Then, after hearing how Babayan handles the extraordinarily difficult repeated notes and runs in the toccata-like K. I was sold. Here is a Major Scarlatti Player, and like none I'd ever heard before.5/5(12).
  7. Preserved in the first Venice volume of Scarlatti's keyboard sonatas, this work likely predated that manuscript source by a year or two. That makes this C major effort a late work, despite the fact that almost more keyboard sonatas would flow from Scarlatti's pen before his death in Listening to the work, however, one might believe its joviality and youthful playfulness clearly.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Domenico Scarlatti: Sonaten - Ivo Pogorelich on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Domenico Scarlatti: Sonaten - Ivo Pogorelich on AllMusic - Sonata for keyboard in C major, K. (L. ) "La caccia" Domenico.

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