The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

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The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by zartist » Sun Feb 28, 2010 5:32 am

I trust I am not doubling up, topic-wise! Would anyone be able to tell me where I can get hold of all of the D. Scarlatti keyboard sonatas? Until recently I had a site in my favourites but that seems to have disappeared. IMSLP has only the first 200 in the Kirkpatrick catalogue and I am looking particularly for K426 and K427.

Many thanks in anticipation!

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Re: The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by alfor » Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:30 am

zartist wrote:I trust I am not doubling up, topic-wise! Would anyone be able to tell me where I can get hold of all of the D. Scarlatti keyboard sonatas? Until recently I had a site in my favourites but that seems to have disappeared. IMSLP has only the first 200 in the Kirkpatrick catalogue and I am looking particularly for K426 and K427.

Many thanks in anticipation!
You can download a (nearly?) complete 19th century edition of the sonatas here (as well as a lot of Czerny, Kirchner, Heller, Hiller a.o. mainly 19th century piano scores from the Bavarian State Library; high-quality scans!):

http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db ... 38/images/
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Re: The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by fredbucket » Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:31 am

zartist wrote:IMSLP has only the first 200 in the Kirkpatrick catalogue and I am looking particularly for K426 and K427.
IMSLP has the complete sonatas, but in the Longo edition. I'm attaching a file
SYNOPSIS.Longo-Kirkpatrick-Pestelli.pdf
listing all the Longo/Kirkpatirck/Pestelli numberings, and that will enable you to find what you are after from IMSLP.

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Re: The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by fredbucket » Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:36 am

alfor wrote:You can download a (nearly?) complete 19th century edition of the sonatas here (as well as a lot of Czerny, Kirchner, Heller, Hiller a.o. mainly 19th century piano scores from the Bavarian State Library; high-quality scans!
A very useful site, but as far as I can see the order of the Scarlatti sonatas bears no resemblance to the Longo and (of course) the Kirkpatrick numbering.

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Re: The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by alfor » Sun Feb 28, 2010 12:06 pm

fredbucket wrote: A very useful site, but as far as I can see the order of the Scarlatti sonatas bears no resemblance to the Longo and (of course) the Kirkpatrick numbering.
Indeed! This edition is from 1839 or 1840, quite a while before Longo and Kirckpatrick were born.
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Re: The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by fredbucket » Sun Feb 28, 2010 12:32 pm

fredbucket wrote:A very useful site, but as far as I can see the order of the Scarlatti sonatas bears no resemblance to the Longo and (of course) the Kirkpatrick numbering.
This is the Haslinger edition. Actually, the sequences (although the numbering is of course not the same) are very similar to Kirkpatrick, e.g. K1=H5,K2=H6 at least for the first few. Longo, as is well known, is all over the place :)

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Re: The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by lebowl » Sun Feb 28, 2010 7:20 pm

Did Scarlatti write any keyboard music besides his 555 Sonatas?

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Re: The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by Ferruccio » Sun Feb 28, 2010 7:46 pm

lebowl wrote:Did Scarlatti write any keyboard music besides his 555 Sonatas?

Good idea !!
What about 350 Rondi, 487 Suites, 270 Inventions and 634 Fantasias ?
Would REALLY be great, hm ? :twisted:
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Re: The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by zartist » Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:53 pm

Many thanks, Fred! The synopsis you attached is most useful. Thank you to all the other helpful responses as well!

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Re: The Music of Domenico Scarlatti

Post by WCosand » Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:23 am

Thanks for the posts. I have a catalog folder on my website with the sonatas sorted by all three non-Haslinger numbering systems and also a chart with them sorted by keys.
http://waltercosand.com/CosandScores/Co ... 0Domenico/
I found the url where I stole it:
http://www.classical.net/~music/compose ... /index.php

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