Scarlatti

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Mapping the Musical Genome
The Scarlatti Family
The Scarlatti family name—in various spellings—was common in Sicily, with several branches of additional Scarlatti families residing in Rome and northern Italy. Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725) was the musical bedrock of the family, and he became the most important opera composer
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Alessandro Scarlatti: Con eco d’amore
La Statira: Aria “Io non son di quei campioni” From Alessandro Scarlatti: Con eco d’amore (2015) Released by Harmonia Mundi Scarlatti: La Statira: Aria “Io non son di quei campioni”Master of the Aria. With a voice described as “one of
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Alexandre Tharaud – Scarlatti: Sonatas
Sonata K29 in D major (Presto) Alexandre Tharaud, piano From Alexandre Tharaud – Scarlatti: Sonatas (2011) Released by Virgin Classics Scarlatti: Sonata K29 in D major (Presto) One of the most mesmerising interpretations of Scarlatti. Official website
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Simone Kermes – Colori d’Amore
Scarlatti: Qui dove… Torbido irato e nero Simone Kermes, soprano From Simone Kermes: Colori d’Amore (2010) Released by Sony Classical Scarlatti: Qui dove… Torbido irato e nero Not to be missed: Simone’s latest album, Colori d’Amore, is a selection of
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Scarlatti: Sonaten
Ivo Pogorelich, piano Sonata in E major, K.20, Presto From Scarlatti: Sonaten (1993) Released by Deutsche Grammophon Scarlatti: Sonaten Son of Alessandro, Domenico wrote 555 sonatas, and after Horowitz made several recordings of them, there was a surge of popularity
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