Clavicembalisti Italiani (Vitali, Mario)

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Jurabe (2012/11/16)

Editor Mario Vitali (1866-1932)
Publisher. Info. Milan: G. Ricordi & C., n.d. Plate E.R. 134.
Reprinted Milan: G. Ricordi & C., 1944.
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Misc. Notes Page 11 (Second half of the Sonata by Pollarolo) is missing. From the uploader's library.
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JacopoTore (2017/3/23)

Editor Terenzio Gargiulo (1903-1972)
Giuseppe Rosati (1903-1962)
Publisher. Info. Napoli: Simeoli, (1961). Plate E. 1310 S.
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Misc. Notes This seems to be either a later volume or perhaps a Neapolitan reissue.
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Work Title Clavicembalisti Italiani, composizioni scelte, rivedute, diteggiate coi segni dinamici per l'accentuazione e la maniera d'esecuzione degli Abbellimenti da Mario Vitali
Alternative. Title Clavecinistes italiens ; Italian Harpsichord Compositions
Composer Vitali, Mario
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2 volumes
  • Volume 1
  1. Frescobaldi: Aria detta la Frescobalda, F 3.32 (D minor)
  2. Girolamo Frescobaldi: Corrente (A minor)
  3. Girolamo Frescobaldi: Canzona (F major)
  4. Gaetano Greco: Aria di Ballo (C major)
  5. Carlo Francesco Pollarolo: Sonata
  6. Ercole Pasquini: Canzone Francese (A minor)
  7. Bernardo Pasquini: Il Cuculo (Scherzo) (A major)
  8. Bernardo Pasquini: Sonata
  9. Domenico Zipoli: Largo (B minor)
  10. Domenico Zipoli: Gavotta (B minor)
  11. Benedetto Marcello: Assai Allegro (G minor)
  12. Giovanni Battista Pescetti: Allegretto (C major)
  13. Giovanni Battista Pescetti: Presto (C minor)
  14. D. Scarlatti: Keyboard Sonata in B minor, K.87 (B minor)
  15. Domenico Scarlatti: Vivace (D major)
Dedication Adriano Ariani (1877–1935)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Harpsichord

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A collection of "restored" or "revived" ("ripristino" = ?) pieces for which no source is indicated, which is by today's musicological standards, unacceptable. However, from a practibility standpoint, this edition may be considered useful.