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Henry Purcell: Sonatas VI And IX (Score) ~ Score (Violin, Cello, Continuo, Harpsichord)
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Publisher Novello & Co Ltd.

Edited by Walter Emery and Robert Donington. More
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J.S. Bach: Triple Concerto BWV 1044 ~ Score (Flute, Violin, Harpsichord)
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Publisher Dover Publications

Bach's Triple Concerto, BWV 1044, for Flute, Violin and Harpsichord is presented here in Full Score. More
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J.S. Bach: Concerto In D Minor BWV 1059 (Score) ~ Score (Oboe, Harpsichord, String Orchestra)
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Publisher Sikorski

The full score for J.S. Bach's Concerto In D Minor BWV 1059 for Harpsichord, Oboe and Strings, as edited and arranged by Helmut Winschermann. More
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Alessandro Pietro Gaspare Scarlatti: 9 Toccatas (LP72) (Harpsichord solo) ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

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Domenico Scarlatti: Sonatas (Volume 10), K.458-506 ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Italian composer, Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) is well-known for his Keyboard compositions. His 555 Keyboard Sonatas remain ever popular to this day, and it is for this reason that this tenth volume is indispensable to performers of the genre.

The tenth volume, comprising Sonatas 458-506, includes the popular and recognisable Sonata in F minor (K. 466). Bearing in mind that Domenico Scarlatti was a highly competent and popular Keyboard player in his day, so much so that he was employed in the service of two royal families, his Sonatas are composed with much experience, understanding and expertise, creating an essential addition to the repertoire of all Keyboard players of the Baroque genre.  More
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Domenico Scarlatti: Sonatas (Volume 4), K.156-205 ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Italian composer, Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) is well-known for his Keyboard compositions. His 555 Keyboard Sonatas remain ever popular to this day, and it is for this reason that this fourth volume is indispensable to performers of the genre.

The fourth volume, comprising Sonatas 156-205, includes the popular and recognisable Sonata in C major (K. 159). Bearing in mind that Domenico Scarlatti was a highly competent and popular Keyboard player in his day, so much so that he was employed in the service of two royal families, his Sonatas are composed with much experience, understanding and expertise, creating an essential addition to the repertoire of all Keyboard players of the Baroque genre.  More
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Domenico Scarlatti: Sonatas - Volume III, K104-155 (Piano) ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

The third volume of this series of 12 Sonatas, this book contains the Sonatas K.104 to K.155. Composed by Domenico Scarlatti, this edition by the harpsichordist Kenneth Gilbert regroups the 555 sonatas arranged for Piano.

Based on the two sets of books discovered in Venice and in Parma, this edition still contains some of the annotations initially suggested by Kirkpatrick, whose book can be considered as an essential guide for this series. More
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Domenico Scarlatti: Sonatas (Volume 2), K.53-103 ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Heugel

Italian composer, Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) is well-known for his Keyboard compositions. His 555 Keyboard Sonatas remain ever popular to this day, and it is for this reason that this second volume is indispensable to performers of the genre.

The second volume, comprising Sonatas 53-103, includes the popular and recognised Sonatas in F minor (K. 69) and B minor (K. 87). Bearing in mind that Domenico Scarlatti was a highly competent and popular Keyboard player in his day, so much so that he was employed in the service of two royal families, his Sonatas are composed with much experience, understanding and expertise, creating an essential addition to the repertoire of all Keyboard players of the Baroque genre.  More
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Domenico Scarlatti: Sonates (Volume 1), K.1-52 ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Italian composer, Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) is well-known for his Keyboard compositions. His 555 Keyboard Sonatas remain ever popular to this day, and it is for this reason that this first volume is indispensable to performers of the genre.

This first volume, comprising Sonatas 1-52, includes the popular and recognised Sonatas in D minor (K. 9), E major (K. 20) and B minor (K. 27). Bearing in mind that Domenico Scarlatti was a highly competent and popular Keyboard player in his day, so much so that he was employed in the service of two royal families, his Sonatas are composed with much experience, understanding and expertise, creating an essential addition to the repertoire of all Keyboard players of the Baroque genre.  More
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Francois Couperin: Harpsichord work - Volume 4, LP.24 (Harpsichord) ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

Harpsichord work - Volume 4, LP.24 by Francois Couperin is the fourth in a series of 4 volumes of suites for Harpsichord.

Published in 1930, three years before Couperin’s death, when he was very ill, this volume initially presented some small mistakes and some white pages. It features seven Ordres, from the 20th to the 27th, with a total of 43 pieces.

For upper-intermediate players, this volume was edited by Kenneth Gilbert.

François Couperin was a very famous French composer who played the Harpsichord, the Organ. Coming from a famous family of musicians, he was nicknamed “Couperin le Grand” ("Couperin the Great"). More
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François Couperin: Pieces for Harpsichord (Volume 3) ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

The third volume of Couperin's Pieces for Harpsichord does not contain a date of publication, however it is thought to have been composed during 1716-1717, due to the address which the composer gave on his other Harpsichord compositions. Yet, the compilation remains a favourite.

François Couperin (1668-1733) is often nicknamed 'Couperin the Great' to distinguish him from other members of the musical family. Many of the composer's works have picturesque titles. Examples of this in his third volume of Pieces for Harpsichord include, La Langueur (Languor), Le Petit-Rien (The Little-Nothing) and L'Artiste (The Artist). Couperin's moods are expressed through choices of keys, adventurous harmonies and discords. With a significant amount of variation and inspiration, these Pieces for Harpsichord are essential to the repertoire of aspiring players of the instrument. More
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François Couperin: Pieces for Harpsichord (Volume 2) ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

The second volume of Couperin's Pieces for Harpsichord does not contain a date of publication, however, it is thought to have been composed during 1716-1717, due to the address which the composer gave on his other Harpsichord compositions. Yet, the compilation remains a favourite.

François Couperin (1668-1733) is often nicknamed 'Couperin the Great' to distinguish him from other members of the musical family. Many of the composer's works have picturesque titles. Examples of this in his second volume of Pieces for Harpsichord include, Le Moucheron (The Gnat), L'Adolescente (The Teenager) and La Fringante (The Elegant). Couperin's moods are expressed through choices of keys, adventurous harmonies and discords. With a significant amount of variation and inspiration, Pieces for Harpsichord are essential to the repertoire of aspiring players of the instrument. More
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François Couperin: Harpsichord Pieces (Volume 2) ~ Score (Harpsichord)
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Publisher Alphonse Leduc

The first volume of Couperin's Harpsichord Pieces does not contain a date of publication, however, it is thought to have been composed during 1716-1717, due to the address which the composer gave on his other Harpsichord compositions. Yet, the compilation remains a favourite.

Many of the composer's works have picturesque titles. Examples of this in his first volume of Pieces for Harpsichord include, Les Papillons (The Butterflies), L'Enchanteresse (The Enchanting) and Les Plaisirs de Saint Germain en Laÿe (The Pleasures of Saint Germain en Laÿe). Couperin's moods are expressed through choices of keys, adventurous harmonies and discords. With a significant amount of variation and inspiration, Pieces for Harpsichord is essential to the repertoire of aspiring players of the instrument. More
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Henry Purcell: Great Parent, Hail In Full Score ~ Score (Harpsichord, Strings, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass)
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Publisher Novello & Co Ltd.

Purcell 'Great Parent, Hail' in full score. Arranged for Violin, Viola, Cello/Bass Continuo, Harpsichord, SATB soloists and SATB chorus. English text. More
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J.S. Bach: Complete Concertos For Two Or More Harpsichords ~ Score (String Quartet, Harpsichord (Quartet))
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Publisher Dover Publications

Includes six harpsichord concertos in full score. More