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Keyboard Sonata in D Major, K. Keyboard Sonata in G Major, K. Keyboard Sonata in C Major, K.
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Keyboard Sonata in F Major, K. Keyboard Sonata in F Minor, K. Keyboard Sonata in A Major, K. The keyboard sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti survive in part in a number of eighteenth century manuscripts, some clearly from the collection of Queen Maria Barbara, possibly bequeathed to the great Italian castrato Farinelli, who was employed at the Spanish court, and now in Venice.
In more recent times the sonatas were edited by Alessandro Longo, who provided the numerical listing under L, and in the American harpsichordist Ralph Kirkpatrick offered a new listing, distinguished by the letter K. Stylistic grounds have suggested a further changed listing by Giorgio Pestelli, under the letter P, and proposing a new chronology, while Emilia Fadini, in a complete edition for Ricordi, offers a further re-ordering, derived in part from the Venice volumes.
The listing continues primarily with the Venice volumes, in chronological order of compilation.
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Marked Allegro , it is propelled forward by the opening lively rhythmic figures, while the central section finds room for wider harmonic exploration. Both halves of the sonata are duly repeated. It is included in the seventh Venice volume of Marked Allegro , each half of the sonata includes a brief digression into a minor key, before taking its way once more.
It is marked Allegrissimo and has a contrasting central section in the minor, the whole propelled forward by lively arpeggio figuration.
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The melody is in the upper part throughout. It opens with a descending scale figure, the source of the sonata, with passages of syncopation and pauses in each half before the final bars. With rapid figuration and interest shared by right and left hands, the sonata is in the style of a toccata.