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30 Sonatas for Harpsichord By Sebastián de Albero
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The 30 Sonatas of Sebastián de Albero (1722–1756), who worked for the Spanish court in Madrid along with Italian-born Domenico Scarlatti and fellow-Spaniard Antonio Soler, is a... More > remarkable contribution to the vital Iberian keyboard literature of the 18th century. Lively, colorful, melancholy — with the Spanish-style harmonic and melodic inflections, irregular phrases, dissonances, and ingenious modulations characteristic of the best work of his contemporaries — Albero’s 30 Sonatas displays his distinctive personality. While enriching the repertoire of pianists and harpsichordists, Albero’s work affords new insights into the vivid and expressive music of the Iberian keyboard tradition, as well as many hours of delightful music for performance and practice. The 30 Sonatas are newly edited from the manuscript source, clearly typeset and formatted for optimal page turns, and prefaced with a biographical and editorial introduction in English, Spanish, French, and German.< Less
30 Sonatas for Harpsichord (coil-bound) By Sebastián de Albero
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The 30 Sonatas of Sebastián de Albero (1722–1756), who worked for the Spanish court in Madrid along with Italian-born Domenico Scarlatti and fellow-Spaniard Antonio Soler, is a... More > remarkable contribution to the vital Iberian keyboard literature of the 18th century. Lively, colorful, melancholy — with the Spanish-style harmonic and melodic inflections, irregular phrases, dissonances, and ingenious modulations characteristic of the best work of his contemporaries — Albero’s 30 Sonatas displays his distinctive personality. While enriching the repertoire of pianists and harpsichordists, Albero’s work affords new insights into the vivid and expressive music of the Iberian keyboard tradition, as well as many hours of delightful music for performance and practice. The 30 Sonatas are newly edited from the manuscript source, clearly typeset and formatted for optimal page turns, and prefaced with a biographical and editorial introduction in English, Spanish, French, and German.< Less
Works for Harpsichord or Fortepiano By Sebastián de Albero
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The six Works (Obras) for Harpsichord or Fortepiano of Sebastián de Albero (1722–1756), along with his 30 Sonatas, complete this edition of the known works of Albero, who worked for the... More > Spanish court in Madrid with Italian-born Domenico Scarlatti, fellow-Spaniard Antonio Soler, and other composers and musicians of Spain and Italy. Each of the Obras contains an unmeasured, improvisatory Recercata with exotic modulations and melodic fantasy; an extended Fuga combining counterpoint with Iberian-influenced passages; and a Sonata reminiscent of the 30 Sonatas, but often larger and bolder in scope. The Obras is noteworthy for its unusual structure, interesting mixture of styles, harmonic ingenuity, and ambitious dimensions, and is a fine example of keyboard works from this lively period in mid-18th century Spain. Newly edited from the manuscript source, this edition is clearly typeset and formatted for optimal reading, with a biographical and editorial introduction in English, Spanish, French, and German.< Less
Works for Harpsichord or Fortepiano (coil-bound) By Sebastián de Albero
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The six Works (Obras) for Harpsichord or Fortepiano of Sebastián de Albero (1722–1756), along with his 30 Sonatas, complete this edition of the known works of Albero, who worked for the... More > Spanish court in Madrid with Italian-born Domenico Scarlatti, fellow-Spaniard Antonio Soler, and other composers and musicians of Spain and Italy. Each of the Obras contains an unmeasured, improvisatory Recercata with exotic modulations and melodic fantasy; an extended Fuga combining counterpoint with Iberian-influenced passages; and a Sonata reminiscent of the 30 Sonatas, but often larger and bolder in scope. The Obras is noteworthy for its unusual structure, interesting mixture of styles, harmonic ingenuity, and ambitious dimensions, and is a fine example of keyboard works from this lively period in mid-18th century Spain. Newly edited from the manuscript source, this edition is clearly typeset and formatted for optimal reading, with a biographical and editorial introduction in English, Spanish, French, and German.< Less
Domenico Scarlatti: Twelve Sonatas from the Essercizi Fingered With Baroque Technique By Claudio Di Veroli
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This is an edition of Domenico Scarlatti's 12 sonatas from the "Essercizi" (1738), fully fingered following the principles expounded in the eBook "Baroque Keyboard Fingerings: A... More > Method" [also available from Lulu]. These fingerings have been used through the author's experience of more than 30 years performing D. Scarlatti's keyboard works in public recitals. A 10-page instroductory text provides explanations about the Original Edition, Ornaments and Other Signs, the Instrument, the Editorial Process, Articulation and Rhythms, Registration and the Fingering Principles and Notation used in this edition. This eBook is formatted for both easy printing and reading from any personal computer. Find more details and excerpts in http://scarlatti.braybaroque.ie/.< Less

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AS WE FORWARD AS WE FORWARD By Drew W.F. Rigby
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