22 Keyboard Pieces (Scarlatti, Domenico)

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Editor Giuseppe Buonamici (1846-1914)
Publisher. Info. New York: G. Schirmer, 1895. Plate 12458.
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Misc. Notes Biographical Sketch by Philip Hale (1854-1934)
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Work Title 22 Pieces for Harpsichord and Piano
Alternative. Title
Composer Scarlatti, Domenico
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 22 pieces (19 by D. Scarlatti, 2 by A. Scarlatti, 1 anon):
  1. A. Scarlatti: Fugue (CZ.192) from the Toccata in G major (Prelude)
  2. Keyboard Sonata in G major, K.13 (Toccata)
  3. Keyboard Sonata in G minor, K.8 (Sarabande)
  4. Keyboard Sonata in G minor, K.450 (Burlesca)
  5. Keyboard Sonata in G major, K.259 (Menuetto)
  6. Keyboard Sonata in G major, K.523 (Gigue)
  7. Keyboard Sonata in G minor, K.31
  8. A. Scarlatti: Fugue in F minor
  9. Keyboard Sonata in F minor, K.69 (Courante)
  10. Keyboard Sonata in F minor, K.387 (Capriccio)
  11. Keyboard Sonata in F major, K.446 (Siciliano)
  12. Keyboard Sonata in F major, K.525 (Scherzo)
  13. Keyboard Sonata in D major, K.29
  14. Keyboard Sonata in D minor, K.434 (Courante)
  15. Keyboard Sonata in D minor, K.444 (Capriccio)
  16. Keyboard Sonata in B minor, K.377 (Bourrée)
  17. Keyboard Sonata in B minor, K.173 (Gavotte)
  18. Keyboard Sonata in D major, K.96 (Gigue)
  19. Anonymous: Pastorale in E minor
  20. Keyboard Sonata in D major, K.430 (Tempo di Ballo)
  21. Keyboard Sonata in A major, K.113
  22. Keyboard Sonata in G minor, K.30 (The Cat Fugue)
First Publication. 1895
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation keyboard (editor suggests harpsichord or piano)