Alessandro Scarlatti: Ten Arias For High Voice

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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: High Voice, Piano Accompaniment (HIGH VCE/PFA)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Alessandro Scarlatti
Series: Schirmer's Library Of Musical Classics
Catalogue #: GS26228


The operas of Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725) contain a host of attractive arias unknown to singers and musicians. The music in this volume spans thirty-one years of Scarlatti's creative life. The first aria - dating from 1690 - represents the composer already at the peak of his professional career both as maestro di cappella to the Neapolitan viceroys and as chief opera composer in the city of Naples. The last two arias are taken from the opera Griselda performed in Rome in 1721, his final work of any importance.

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Idrija GB Professional musician
I like the selection of songs and arias. Also the preface is really helpful.
The paper quality is not so good.
Confirmed purchase: 29 October 2014
Published on: 13 November 2014

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Format: Vocal Album
Length: 36 pages
Language: Italian
Publisher: G. Schirmer
Editor: Michael F. Robinson

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