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Keyboard Sonata in F major, K.446 (Scarlatti, Domenico)
Sonata for keyboard in B major, K. Sonata for keyboard in E minor, K. Sonata for keyboard in G major, K. Sonata for keyboard in D minor, K. Again available in paperback, this definitive work on the genius of Domenico Scarlatti is the result of twelve years of devoted effort by America's foremost harpsichordist and one of the principal authorities on eighteenth-century harpsichord music. Kirkpatrick traveled extensively to collect material that has tripled the known facts about Scarlatti's life, providing the first adequate biography of one of the greatest harpsichord composers of the eighteenth century and one of the most original composers of all time.
The second half of his book is an illuminating study of Scarlatti's sonatas, concluding with a chapter on their performance. The book contains extensive appendixes, including discussions of ornamentation and Scarlatti's vocal music, and an updated section of addenda and corrigenda. Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Get print book. Princeton University Press Amazon.
List of solo keyboard sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti - Wikipedia
Shop for Books on Google Play Browse the world's largest eBookstore and start reading today on the web, tablet, phone, or ereader. Ralph Kirkpatrick. Scarlatti remained in the country for the remaining twenty-five years of his life, and had five children there. After the death of his first wife in , he married a Spaniard, Anastasia Maxarti Ximenes. Among his compositions during his time in Madrid were a number of the keyboard sonatas for which he is best known. Scarlatti befriended the castrato singer Farinelli, a fellow Neapolitan also enjoying royal patronage in Madrid.
The musicologist and harpsichordist Ralph Kirkpatrick commented that Farinelli's correspondence provides "most of the direct information about Scarlatti that has transmitted itself to our day. His residence on Calle Leganitos is designated with a historical plaque, and his descendants still live in Madrid. He was buried at a convent there, in Madrid, but his grave no longer exists. Only a small fraction of Scarlatti's compositions were published during his lifetime; Scarlatti himself seems to have overseen the publication in of the most famous collection, his 30 Essercizi "Exercises".
These were well received throughout Europe, and were championed by the foremost English writer on music of the eighteenth century, Charles Burney. The many sonatas which were unpublished during Scarlatti's lifetime have appeared in print irregularly in the two and a half centuries since. Scarlatti's keyboard sonatas are single movements, mostly in binary form, and some in early sonata form, and mostly written for the harpsichord or the earliest pianofortes.
There are four for organ, and a few for small instrumental group. Some of them display harmonic audacity in their use of discords, and also unconventional modulations to remote keys.
Ralph Kirkpatrick produced an edition of the sonatas in , and the numbering from this edition is now nearly always used — the Kk. Previously, the numbering commonly used was from the edition compiled by the Neapolitan pianist Alessandro Longo L. Kirkpatrick's numbering is chronological, while Longo's ordering is a result of his grouping the sonatas into "suites".
In the Italian musicologist Giorgio Pestelli published a revised catalog using P. Aside from his many sonatas, Scarlatti composed a number of operas and cantatas, symphonias, and liturgical pieces.