Domenico Scarlatti: Sixty Sonatas - Books 1 And 2

Books | Piano

Catalogue No: HL50486377
Composer: Domenico Scarlatti
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album
The two volumes of Kirkpatrick's classic edition in Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics have been combined in one convenient and affordable volume.
ISBN: 9781423417859
Skill Level: Intermediate-Advanced Explain this
Published on: 17 September 2007
No of pages: 256
Language: English
Publisher: G. Schirmer
 
     

      Domenico Scarlatti: Sixty Sonatas - Books 1 And 2 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Quality of content
      9.2
      Value for money
      9.8
      Overall rating
      9.4
      Scores 9.4 out of 10 based on 5 reviews
      10 out of 10

      Sarah

      Northants GB Piano teacher
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      Great to have Vol 1 and 2 in one book :)
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 31 March 2017
      Published on: 14 April 2017
      10 out of 10

      Sheila

      Wells GB
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      Nice white pages - very clearly laid out and easy to read.
      Reviewer left no comment
      Confirmed purchase: 06 February 2017
      Published on: 20 February 2017
      10 out of 10

      Anthony

      Glasgow GB
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      Both volumes in one, good edition, clear print, good value.
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      Confirmed purchase: 09 December 2015
      Published on: 08 January 2016

      Musicroom Reviews

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      5
      Very compact for 2 books of sonatas. This is a gift for my mother and I am sure she will love it. In excellent condition and efficient transaction.
      Anonymous - (Richmond, United Kingdom)
      5
      This is a full and sensible collection of Scarlatti sonatas, with extremely helpful notes on performance, for example, fingering,tempo and inflections. The text is clear and easy to read,and the edition is printed on good paper.
      Anonymous - (Clitheroe, United Kingdom)
      4
      A good preparation for playing Bach.The sonatas are in most of the major and minor keys,and the majority are marked Allegro or Presto,thus requiring technical dexterity.I like them because I have a digital piano with a harpsichord facility.The "easier" sonatas are generally marked"Andante" or "Cantabile".
      Anonymous - (Craigavon, United Kingdom)