For beginners omit the ornamentation. For more advanced players there is a lot of scope for learning the art of ornamentation with these two pieces. Skips Fast runs Excellent piece for the virtuoso to be very easy but impressive , with daring skips on the LH and fast runs on the RH. A favorite with kids. These can added later on when the student has progressed enough. Very effective at a fast speed, but equally beautiful at a much slower tempo.
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The repetitive figuration in broken triads make it an excellent exercise as well. March in D, H. Aria in F Only 16 bars long, this beautiful aria can be easily learned by a beginner and then be used at a later stage to teach improvised ornamentation. Excellent exercise in equalizing the hands tone, and an exquisite piece of music.
Modes the piece is written in the Aeolian mode , legato playing the piece requires that one finger be held while the other fingers of the same hand play the melody above it , cantabile. These are really for intermediate students, but I could not resist including it. These are excellent arrangements of classical American folk tunes.
Excellent for teaching how to voice between the hands.
Excellent preparation for similar figuration in the more advanced repertory e. Although easy, it is for the late beginner. From here, go to the one below. Excellent to learn four part harmony and bring up the top voice in each chord. Very good to develop the inflection of short melodic motifs. For the budding virtuoso. Good for learning how to contrast the grazioso section with the scherzo section. Probably better suited to older students.
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As you know beginners have difficulty with chords, so this is a good one. The easier are no. Excellent to learn syncopated pedaling. Allegro in C minor 3 Bach, C. Sonata in C Allegretto 3 Bach, C.
Keyboard Sonata in D Major, K.345/L.306/P.342
Sounds much more difficult than it actually is. Although just one page long it requires some musical maturity to be truly effective.
This is an ideal piece to open a recital, since it is slow and introspective it will calm you down. This is a real gem. Only 24 bars long, technically unchallenging grade 3 , and yet one of the most beautiful sonatas. Slow paced and exuding tranquillity, this reflective piece is the best of the four. Although this should be played fast, it is still effective if use a slower tempo. This is a one-movement sonatina only 49 bars long that sounds much more difficult than it actually is.
Bach Prelude and fugue no. A hilarious fugue with chopsticks on the RH and very fast scales over two octaves on the LH. Solo per il Cembalo, W.
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Sonata in G Op. It sounds far more difficult. Omit the ornaments for the early beginners. Very easy, but due to the unexpected skips it teaches one to think ahead. Excellent for forearm rotation and bringing the bass melody over the mist of sound created by the very fast RH.
Hands swap figurations occasionally, so both hands get a workout. Beginners can easily master this movement at slow speed.
More advanced beginners can start working on speed. How to work for speed, how to get accuracy, etc. Wonderfully tonal and yet very modern. Broken chords figuration in both hands. Harmonically adventurous and mood setting. An all time favourite. Wide skips, echo effects, but fits the hand surprisingly well. One of my favourites. This Sonata was composed in Here Scarlatti succeeds in making conventional harmonies with slight changes sound quite extraordinary for the period. The Sonata has real Spanish character with vitality and bravura.
Musically, the guitar-like sounds of the left hand chords are particularly fascinating. An insistent and catchy motif keeps bringing the sonata together. Requires a sizeable hand span and accurate skips in some of the figurations. Tranquil and luminous, this is a masterpiece. A slow, full-of-longing melody increases gradually in intensity up to an unusual harmonic climax. Great to play and to listen to. Excellent for finger control and co-ordination, it is actually much easier than it sounds.
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- SCARLATTI, D.: Keyboard Sonatas (Complete), K.318-371, Vol. 8 (Belder).
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Great fun to play. A most beautiful melody on the second part. Good Czerny replacement and warm-up piece. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Streams Videos All Posts. AllMusic Featured Composition Noteworthy.
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Item added to order. Title, Name or Code. Website Release Date January February March April May June July August September October November December. Keyboard Sonatas Complete , K. September Originally recorded in Composer Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti.