Jean Rondeau, the French harpsichordist, performs Domenico Scarlatti’s mercurial Sonata K. 175 A Minor: Allegro, offering a first taste of his new album, released on 19th October. It is devoted to 20 of Scarlatti’s endlessly inventive sonatas – he wrote some 550 of these compact, colourful and captivating works. https://wnrcl.me/rondeauscarlatti
“When it comes to music, dishonesty simply has no place – there can be no falsity,” says Jean Rondeau. “Harpsichord repertoire is about unlocking a past language and figuring out how things were done back then – not so much about finding something new.”
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