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"The Scarlatti family was famed across Europe, Alessandro for his operatic compositions and his son, Domenico, for his keyboard works. Employed by several royal families, Domenico moved to Madrid in 1728 following the marriage of his pupil, the Infanta Maria Barbara, to the heir to the Spanish throne. here, largely for her, he wrote a vast number of sonatas that remain amongst the most important of the eighteenth century. Duanduan Hao's previous recording for this series [8.572586 / Volume 14] was acclaimed by Classics Today. com for his 'crisp, well-poised finger work, centered sonority, and superb articulation [which] are ideal for Scarlatti'"
"The Scarlatti family was famed across Europe, Alessandro for his operatic compositions and his son, Domenico, for his keyboard works. Employed by several royal families, Domenico moved to Madrid in 1728 following the marriage of his pupil, the Infanta Maria Barbara, to the heir to the Spanish throne. here, largely for her, he wrote a vast number of sonatas that remain amongst the most important of the eighteenth century. Duanduan Hao's previous recording for this series [8.572586 / Volume 14] was acclaimed by Classics Today. com for his 'crisp, well-poised finger work, centered sonority, and superb articulation [which] are ideal for Scarlatti'"
747313328871
Duanduan Hao - Complete Keyboard Sonatas 16

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Format: CD
Label: NXS
Rel. Date: 03/10/2015
UPC: 747313328871

Complete Keyboard Sonatas 16
Artist: Duanduan Hao
Format: CD
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"The Scarlatti family was famed across Europe, Alessandro for his operatic compositions and his son, Domenico, for his keyboard works. Employed by several royal families, Domenico moved to Madrid in 1728 following the marriage of his pupil, the Infanta Maria Barbara, to the heir to the Spanish throne. here, largely for her, he wrote a vast number of sonatas that remain amongst the most important of the eighteenth century. Duanduan Hao's previous recording for this series [8.572586 / Volume 14] was acclaimed by Classics Today. com for his 'crisp, well-poised finger work, centered sonority, and superb articulation [which] are ideal for Scarlatti'"
        
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