Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

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Jean-Séb wrote: Mon Sep 07, 2020 7:50 am The following one has been circulating too :
Blancafort - Notes D' Antany.pdf
Over ten years ago I spent a lot of time and a lot of money getting this and the other Blancafort pieces being posted so freely here. Suffice to say it's still under copyright.
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Here's Jose Vianna da Motta's 2 Barcarolas, Op.1. They were hard to find.

Barcarolla Op.1.pdf
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Does anyone have any info on Isaac Albeniz's Piano Sonata No.2, Op.60?? I cant seem to find any recordings or scores.
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has anybody a better copy of this nice piece (with less annotations) ??
thanks ;-)
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What piece ?
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Scarlatti's Fandango
(here on page 7)

Does anybody know wether this is really by Domenico Scarlatti ?
Or by an Anonymus who wrote in the style of Sc. ?
Just curious • However it's nice to play. ;-)
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Scarlatti Fandango.pdf
This is a clean copy (nms).
According to Malcolm Boyd's 1986 book "Scarlatti, master of music" (p.191-192) the Fandango is genuine Scarlatti. The manuscript was discovered in 1984 on Tenerife. But maybe in later research there have been different views about the authenticity.
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5 pages from Malcom Boyd Scarlatti.pdf
Scarlatti Fandango.pdf
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kroket wrote: Sat Apr 10, 2021 3:07 pm Scarlatti Fandango.pdf
This is a clean copy (nms).
According to Malcolm Boyd's 1986 book "Scarlatti, master of music" (p.191-192) the Fandango is genuine Scarlatti. The manuscript was discovered in 1984 on Tenerife. But maybe in later research there have been different views about the authenticity.
Greetings,
kroket5 pages from Malcom Boyd Scarlatti.pdfScarlatti Fandango.pdf
Thank you for the score and supplementary material. I was unaware of these works.
For the benefit of casual listeners, several people have already transcribed the Fandango on musescore: https://musescore.com/user/33877143/scores/6128064
If you follow links in score, you'll also find non-keyboard arrangements such as violins & contrabass.

The American music critic David Hurwitz has started a survey of Scarlatti Sonatas on his Youtube channel:
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