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Scarlatti - Popular Keyboard Sonatas

What Scarlatti is most prominently remembered for are the 555 short keyboard sonatas originally labelled Essercizi (Exercises). When he died in Madrid, Scarlatti left this treasury of manuscripts, which were largely unplayed beyond Spain and Portugal until pianist Carl Czerny published a selection of the sonatas in 1839. 34 of the most popular sonatas have been added to Piano Street’s sheet music library which now contains 192 of the sonatas by Scarlatti. Read more >>

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Author Topic: Beethoven, Op. 26, Sonata #12, 1st and 2nd Mvts.  (Read 1493 times)
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« on: January 27, 2012, 04:42:11 AM »

Trying out some new gear here...Samson CO2 mics, Tascam DP-03 recorder, Schimmel grand, 5'10," 1985, just tuned. The recorder manual was written by a Tokyo software engineer and translated into English, most likely. But the machine works nicely once one figures it out.

* Beethoven_Op 26_1st_Mvt_Th,_V_1&2.mp3 (3793.92 KB - downloaded 41 times.)
* Beeth.Op.26,1st_Mvt,V.3,4,5.mp3 (4114.83 KB - downloaded 18 times.)
* Beethoven_Op.26.2ndMvt.mp3 (3542.38 KB - downloaded 20 times.)
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