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Selected Piano Sonatas Vol I
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Selected Piano Sonatas Vol I

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc 395
Composer D Scarlatti
Publisher G Henle Usa Inc
Catalog # 51480395

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Selected Piano Sonatas Vol I Composed by D Scarlatti. For Piano Folio. Published by G Henle Usa Inc. (Catalog # 51480395, UPC: 884088175887)

OMEA 2015, Class A: Normally in stock: Class A: Sonata in C Major, K159/L104, play all: Sonata in E Major, K380/L23, play all:

 

Editor: Bengt Johnsson Composer: Domenico Scarlatti

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
SONATA A FLAT MAJOR K 127  
SONATA A MAJOR K 268  
SONATA A MINOR K 149  
SONATA A MINOR K 54  
SONATA B FLAT MAJOR K 47  
SONATA B MAJOR K 261  
SONATA B MINOR K 197  
SONATA C MAJEUR K DEEST (FIRST EDITION)  
SONATA C MAJOR K DEEST (FIRST EDITION)  
SONATA C MAJOR K 159  
SONATA C MINOR K 302  
SONATA D MAJOR K 415  
SONATA D MAJOR K 430  
SONATA D MINOR K 294  
SONATA E FLAT MAJOR K 307  
SONATA E MAJOR K 380  
SONATA E MINOR K 291  
SONATA F MAJOR K 82  
SONATA F MINOR K 386  
SONATA G MAJEUR K DEEST (FIRST EDITION)  
SONATA G MAJOR K 520  
SONATA G MINOR K DEEST (FIRST EDITION)  
SONATA G MINOR K 30  
SONATA G MINOR K 88  

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