F minor Allegro A not too fast, beautiful two voice invention that moves in a relentless way with one of the most beautiful motifs of all sonatas. Crossing hands. Broken chords figuration in both hands. Harmonically adventurous and mood setting. A masterpiece.
B minor Allegro This is my all time favourite Scarlatti sonata. Surprisingly romantic, could very well have been composed by someone like Schubert. Very untypical Scarlatti. Achingly beautiful melody. Arpeggio figurations and lots of crossing hands. G minor - Moderato A beautiful and complex fugue.
D minor Aria Lyrical sonata much easier than it sounds. Slow and melancholic. 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. A slow thoughtful piece, only 28 bars long A major Allegro Fast and furious, full of nervous energy. Excellent for waking up the audience!
Figurations are shared equally by both hands. Excellent Czerny replacement and superior warm up piece. Equally effective at a slower tempo. A nice minuet only a page long 24 bars amongst the easiest of Scarlatti pieces G minor Allegrissimo Ferocious and virtuosistic sonata. E major Presto This one of my favourite fast sonatas. As the Cheyene Indians found of saying it makes my heart soar like a hawk. One of the most catchy motifs amongst all sonatas it makes one wish to dance and jump for joy. This is amazing music. D minor Andante moderato Wonderful sonata, lyrical and devotional, uplifting and tranquil.
Written mostly in 3-voice counterpoint. Another masterpiece. A minor Allegro After a typical plaintive start in A minor, it suddenly displays a most romantic theme. Very unusual sonata. The main difficulty is to be found in the several bars where the hands cross. There are some thirds and sixths but they are easily negotiable. G major Allegro Also known as Capriccio, this is celebratory, joyful and uplifting music that is much easier to play than it sounds.
An all time favourite. Wide skips, echo effects, but fits the hand surprisingly well. D minor Allegro A determined and energetic gavotte, one of Scarlattis most played and well known pieces. F minor My favourite amongst the slow, lyrical sonatas, this is a hauntingly beautiful piece with a complex polyphonic texture difficult to read but easy to play. Spend sometime analysing its structure before tackilng it at the piano. Bb major - Allegro A two voice invention with a third voice intruding on the last two bars of the first part , this is excellent for finger and hand independence.
D minor Moderato e cantabile minuet Painfully nostalgic and evocative lyrical sonata followed by a lively minuet. B minor - Andante Intensely lyrical work of great musical depth. Couterpoint in three and four parts. Said to be Horowitz favourite Scarlatti sonata. D major Allegro Another typical Scarlatti sonata similar to the overplayed K Richly textured. It has everything in it: Horn calls, fast repeated notes, trills, suspensions, cross relations, parallel fifths, big leaps, scale runs and guitar imitations.
E minor Alegrissimo Wonderful study in rhythm with unexpected developments, suspensions and syncopations. C minor - A beautiful , tranquil and lyrical sonata that grows in emotional intensity as it develops. A minor Adagio Beautiful lyrical writing in three and four part couterpoint. Excellent as a study in voicing. Recital material for the intermediate player. Bb major - Allegro A beautiful, lyrical sonata. D major Allegro Another sonata ideally suited to replace some of the common technical studies.
Fast repeated notes, broken chords, arpeggios, leaps, crossing hands, scale runs. This unusual, percussive watch out for the castanet sounds! D minor Allegro A fast sonata full of nervous energy, this is the cross hand piece to end all cross hand pieces! Leaping bass figures, double notes in both hands. Unusual and difficult.
Eb major Allegro Joyful and uplifting. G major Allegro Tired of practising arpeggios?
Try this sonata instead. A breezy arpeggio study with very fast triplet semiquavers. Uplifting and extroverted. Go and jump on a lake, Hanon!. G major Vivo This non-stop sonata will not allow you to catch your breath! Great fun to play and an excellent virtuosistic piece to end a recital on a high note.
If you are looking for a Czerny alternative look no further: it is a study for the left hand plus repeated notes, broken thirds, sixths and octaves. Also good practice for quick adjustments. C major Cantabile A slow well, sort of A lyrical sonata with beautiful lush harmonies, haunting dissonances and arpeggios that are suddenly interrupted by a heart wrenching delicate melody based on repeated notes. One of my all time favourites.
E major Allegro Dazzling finger work alternating with slow episodes in 4-voice counterpoint. Catchy and uplifiting. D minor Allegro A masterpiece. A fast toccata with lots of repeated notes over long stretches. Broken chords and skips. Virtuosic with dissonant guitar strumming in the left hand and lots of cross hands.
Excellent as a study replacement. Although it sounds dazzling and virtuosic it is much easier than it sounds. Main difficulty are the fast alternating hands. E minor Lento A beautiful lyrical and reflective sonata. E major - Andante After a slow, lyrical beginning all hell breaks loose, and a fast, dazzling sonata ensues with occasional returns to the slow theme.
The left hand which demands a hand span covering at least an octave plays sonorous chords and tone clusters with up to ten notes! 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.
E flat major - Allegretto A beautiful, lyrical sonata not too slow. B minor - Andante Sonata in a lyric, cantabile style, moderately flowing. Expansive, sonorous qualities. E minor Allegro A masterpiece. Dramatic and powerful, this 2 voice invention with a third voice intruding on 4 bars near the start of the second part is still effective at a slower tempo. An insistent and catchy motif keeps bringing the sonata together.
Unusual syncopations. Requires a sizeable hand span and accurate skips in some of the figurations. A major Andante e cantabile Lyrical sonata, with a hauntingly beautiful melody and compelling harmonic progressions. Tranquil and luminous, this is a masterpiece. A major Allegro Uplifiting sonata, not too fast. D minor - Andante Another of my favourites amongst the lyrical sonatas. A slow, full-of-longing melody increases gradually in intensity up to an unusual harmonic climax.
Great to play and to listen to. E major Andante Sudden shifts of key abound in this sonata. F minor - Allegro An excellent dance piece full of Spanish rhythms. C minor Allegro Beautiful lyrical sonata slightly reminiscent of K 69 with a weaving three voice counterpoint. Enharmonic modulations and movement into remote keys. G major Andante A two and three voice invention. Lyrical and tranquil. Slightly reminiscent of K F major Andante An unusual key that suggests that Scarlatti was familiar with equal temperament tuning.
A lyrical and calm sonata. Amajor - Allegro A delicate, joyful sonata with a Mozartian flavour. A major Allegro Dazzling and fast, this baroque prelude style sonata has most of its impressive finger work in the right hand. Excellent for finger control and co-ordination, it is actually much easier than it sounds. Great fun to play. G minor Presto a fugato Wonderful sonata with scales some chromatic alternating hands over the whole extent of the keyboard.
E major Allegro This beautiful two-voice invention is excellent for finger and hand co-ordination and independence. A most beautiful melody on the second part. F minor - Another sonata full of brilliance, with fast scales and compelling harmonic progressions. E minor Andante One of my favourites slow sonatas. Harmonically advanced and elaborate at seven pages is one of the longest sonatas - this is a masterful sonata with a superb central melody.
Reflective and spiritual. A major Beautiful lyrical sonata and technically undemanding. Technically undemanding. C major Allegro. This is joyful music that makes you want to skip and jump and dance! This is the kind of music that makes you smile for hours after listening to it. This cures depression, serious! Great for your trills and glissando-like scales.
It is said to represent children running through the streets of Madrid. G minor Andante Another beautiful lyrical sonata, deeply reflective and tranquil, and not at all melancholic. Rich textures and highly musical. Very good as a study in long phrases. Sudden dramatic silences. G major Prestissimo Wonderfully exhilarating sonata, both to play and to listen to.
The tempo direction as fast as possible gives you an idea of what to expect. A really electric and uplifting work requiring pianism of the utmost degree. Has a recurring motif that is incredibly joyful and catchy. My favourite fast sonata. But only if you play it at top speed. It is still effective at lower speeds. A major - Allegro Lyrical and gently lilting sonata. Counterpoint in three and four parts.
A delightful baroque prelude style piece with a fast right hand in arpeggio triplet figurations while the left hand provides a melody in minims and crochets. Although this should be played fast, it is still effective if use a slower tempo. Just 16 bars. D major - Allegro One of my all time favourites, After a rhythmic introduction characteristic of Spanish dances, a most gentle and evocative melody develops. Repeated notes. F major - Pastorale: Allegrissimo In spite of the tempo direction this is a relatively slow sonata, lyrical and reflexive.
G major Andante spirituoso After a calm opening and nice little folk-like tune this sonata goes onto a breathless sequence of scurrying scales and broken chords over the entire length of the keyboard on both hands. Unexpected changes. Good Czerny replacement and warm-up piece. C major Allegro A beautiful sonata full of guitar sounds and Spanish nostalgia. A fast introduction is followed by a most evocative second part.
F minor Andante moderato - A masterpiece. Beautiful, slow lyrical sonata. As it is often the case with the lyrical sonatas, this one elicits tranquillity and peacefulness rather than melancholy and grief. Excellent for developing rhythm awareness of triplets versus quavers. It also has 3 against 2. G major Allegretto Starts with determined, percussive chords, which are followed by a fast figuration of great delicacy equally shared between the hands. Good Czerny replacement and warm up. Fast and dazzling this sonata exudes confidence.
D major Andante cantabile Beautiful lyrical sonata and one of the longest. Uses the whole keyboard. F minor Andante e cantabile Introspective, delicate and lyrical this could be an ideal choice for opening a recital. And if you need a study in phrasing and legato this sonata is for you! C major Allegro A percussive sonata, full of zest and unresolved dissonances that make it sound brittle and sharp.
Difficult octave leaps on the left hand. D major Allegro Rhythmical percussive beginning followed by a romantic arpeggiated section not unlike a Schubert impromptu with a most pleasing melody. C major Allegro Inventive sonata with many original musical ideas. Dotted figuration, including dotted rests. D major Allegro A masterpiece. This is a 2 voice invention with the figurations equally distributed between the hands.
Urgent and dramatic it will still be effective at a slower tempo. Technical problems are minimal. C major Pastorale: Moderato Molto allegro Presto One of the few sonatas written in different movements tempos. Shepherd pipes and bagpipes drones are imitated. The final movement presto is exhilarating and virtuosic.
This Pastorale was composed in during Scarlatti's late period. It recalls the piping of the shepherds who came down into Rome from the surrounding hills at Christmas time. They begin in a moderate tempo, the drone of their bagpipes is heard in a quicker section, and finally they celebrate in a joyful Presto. With a typical baroque figuration shared by both hands, this one is ideal for scales, broken chords and close position passage work, and excellent for finger independence and dexterity. Intense, urgent and relentless. Bb major Cantabile A beautiful aria, this lyrical sonata is a real gem.
With occasional 4-voice couterpoint it has dignified, overlapping phrases.
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G minor Written in 2 and 3 parts, this is another lyrical, melancholic sonata with a beautiful, flowing melody. Recorded by Benjamin Frith for Naxos. G major Allegro Lively and imposing sonata with a beautiful recurring motif. Two voice invention with an occasional third voice equally shared between hands. Effective at a slower tempo. Great warm up. From Sonata in C minor, K73 L Completely atonal music, and yet highly atmospheric and impressionistic, nos. The cycle is a totally shattering profile of spiritual development, beginning with the innocently nave and childish nos.
With no. I particularly like nos. Novelette in B minor, Op 99 No.
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Starts like nocturne, and near the end has a noisy passage. Allegro vivace. Very fast, reminds me of a Czerny exercise for the right hand maybe Shostakovitch was making a parody here, similar to Debussys Dr. Gradus Very funny polka style with all you could expect from modern music: dissonances, big jumps, sudden changes of key, bitonality, wrong-note writing. A fast tarantella-like piece. Allegro non troppo - If no. The right hand crosses over frequently.
Not as dissonant as the others. Fast LH figurations not dissimilar to Czerny in a moto perpetuo setting. Modern harmonies and wrong note writing. Arguably the best of the set, very lugubrious, making full use of the pianos orchestral sounds. Actually I read somewhere that Stokowski made an orchestral version of this prelude I havent heard it though.
A very nice waltz, with the typical waltz accompaniment first on the right hand, then on the left. Very jolly. Another humorous piece, march-like, with lots of wrong-note writing. A lyrical slow piece. Another lyrical piece vaguely reminiscent of Mendelssohns Venetian Boat Songs. Nice end piece, gavotte style, quite funny. Prelude Op. If you like Scarlatti you will like Soler. A disciple of Scarlatti, Soler composed sonatas similar in style. If you are after virtuoso, complex music, look no further. Romantic and impressionistic at the same time. Some highly lyric, some dramatic. Not all pieces are for beginners.
The easier are no. A good modern Gazetteer, general. A good modern National Gazetteer for the country in which the Library is. Haydn's Dictionary of Dates, last edition. Blair's or other full Chronological Tables. Beatson's Book of Dignities Haydn. A good Biographical Dictionary. A Dictionary of Scientific Terms. Dictionaries of most languages. Smith's Century Cyclopedia of Names.
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It may also be used for the books themselves 68 The Shelf Shelf registers Shelving, daily examina- tion, dusting Case and shelf labels Plans, classification keys Stocktaking, records at shelf Stocktaking, reports Filing Material Pamphlets Broadsides. Cabinets Binders Portfolios Pigeon-holes Clips. Spikes Apron files. Shannon, etc. Vertical and similar files. Binding Covering materials Mode of preparation. Cleaning Contracts. Prices Binding book Binder's sheets or slips Binder's instructions General standing in- structions Imperfections. Missing parts. Binder's reports Binding of serials and con- tinuations.
Register of particulars Rubbings. Sample volumes Use of colours. Loan Lending v. Open v. Access to reference shelves is Charging 71 Charging systems Ledger Cards. Slips Indicator Issue Books in. Cards, in- dicator, ledger Restricted. Retained Stopped for examin- ation? Renewals Records. Call slips Classification of issues. Issue sheets Return Books out Inter-library loans These are loans within the library system, e.
Fined Posted Damaged. Lost Defaulters. Personal application Reported to Town Clerk Infected. Returned to sanitary department Errors. Tem- porary book cards. Complaints This will take all en- quiries, suggestions and complaints as to man- agement, irrespective of department.
En- quiries as to book guidance, etc. Ledgers Guides Sorting trays Book cards. Readers' num- bers Tickets not issued. Ap- plications not in order. Queries Expiry. Renewals Members' register. Names Numbers Guarantors Suspended. Call slips Service. Delivery Home reading Restricted, " starred " books Statistics Return Books in use Discharge Enquiries. Information desk This is for aU enquiries relating to books, re- quests for guidance, etc. All other enquiries are Staff notice board Shelf permits Copying Notetaking 73 74 Copying extracts, MSS. Copying illustrations j Not photographic pro- cesses, which are Completing imperfect books.
This is copied matter ; com- pleting by obtaining printed matter from publishers, etc. Camera Accessories and supplies Reading and aids Personal guidance Use of reference books Courses of reading Choice of editions News and Magazine Rooms Many matters bearing on newsroom manage- ment go elsewhere, thus, supervision is ; periodical check list is ; filing periodicals is ; furniture and fittings go in Desirability Blacking out Discussion of the ques- tion.
Process is Methods of arrangement and display Preparing newspapers and periodicals for tables Notice boards The boards themselves and their looking after ; not the matter which goes on them. Covers all the notice boards in building Statistics Library System. Branches General and for the branch system as a whole. Subject lists Pictures and photographs Books for the Blind Lantern slides Manuscripts 85 Indicator keys. Shelf keys 86 Rules. Handbooks 87 Reports 77 78 79 88 Library magazine Next number Catalogue copy is Read.
Arranged Proof Final proof. Make-up Author's corrections Copy on hand Departments. Lists of publications go in Here be- long reports, etc. III Specifications. Z08 Ferries. Con-Dan Church Work. On- Dancing. Essays Domestic Economy. Foo- Gro Etiology. Man- -Min Judges. Rhe-Ser Prospectuses Rhetoric. III Specific Gravity. With Abbreviated Numbers for classifying small Collections, and qualifying other subject numbers.
Generalia A Classification Tables. Class Lessons. Forms Societies. Eistedd- "5 Educational Systems fod, etc. See also Divide by National Nos. Giio Children Exhibitions. Shows Divide by Kindergarten National Nos. Slojd National Nos. See also L to , when on special Professions subjects, must be numbered with Diplomas their Subject-Numbers. Monitors Tutors Governesses Ushers. Permutations Ratio and Proportion. Receipts Liabilities. Expenditure Balance Sheets.
Budgets Auditing. Auditors Estimating. The Pictorial Record A Fine Arts, General National Divisions Divide by National Nos. See also I Curtains, etc. See also I I34T Curtains, etc. A Paper Hanging. Niello, etc. See also M Printing Photography. See also H Tomb Burial Tombs. Generalia A Phys. Hoists Scaffolding Hauling Machinery Haulage. Files Emery wheels. B Phys. Counterpoises Docks Cranks. Cams Graving Docks and Dry Couplings.
Screw Cutting. Par- quetry Floor coverings Linoleum, eic. Lin- tels. Hovelling National Nos. Shanghaing Tonnage Press Gang. Command of Ports. Lieutenants Engineers. Cruisers Gunboats. Pillage Military Costume. Uniform Booty. Polariscope no Spectrum Analysis. Boiling Point Governors Chimneys. Tran- Schottisches scriptions Sicilianas Caprices. See also Solfeggi. Single coUections of particular churches, take church plus categorical Psalmody Nos. Single collections of particular churches, take church plus categorical Hjmmology Nos.
Science C c C Stringed Instruments. See also O Marshes. Bogs 0" Cartography Deserts? See T January Gulf of Mexico. Capil- Fans larity Bellows Siphoning. Synchro- Dew. Moisture nization Hygrometry Standards. Zones Fogs Mists. See B Middle Chimes. Vanadates Lead. Thallium Phosphates. Arsenates Lead Working Niobates. Tungstates Base Metals : — Uranates Antimony. Vanadium Light Metals :— Bismuth. Titanium D Phys. Rust Phase Rule. Public Nail Making. Bolts, Ansdysts etc. Pins Inorganic Chemistry Locks and Keys.
Gun Cotton Aldehydes Gunpowder Ketones. Quinones Nitro-Glycerine Acids Cordite. D Phys. Science D Biol. Science E Anatomy, Comparative Osteology. Poppies Opium. Apoda Urodela Gradientia. Bimana Patriotism. Thermo- metry Symptomatology Rigors Hypertrophy Edema Myxoedema Atrophy Abscesses. See also H Burial, etc. Recipes Posology Doses. See Func- Specifics. Ice Heat Applications Fo- mentations, etc. Talipes Toes Bone Diseases Periostitis. Nervous- Intemperance. See also C Vocal Practice Speech. Abstinence Emaciation.
Vomiting Sea- sickness Pyrosis Heartburn. H H Hepatitis Cirrhosis. Mutilations Coffins. Mourning Burns and Scalds Cemeteries. Churchyards H Eth. H Economic Biol. Rebuses Indoor Games and Amuse- Acrostics. Economic Biol. Fertilizers Guano Kelp Ploughing. Granaries Grain Elevators Ricks. Stooks, etc. Labyrinths Ha-has Garden Houses. Bowers Rock Gardens. Grottos Public Parks Public Gardens.
Lawns Avenues. Drives Conservatories Greenhouses Economic Biol.
Book, etc. Mercers Drapery Underclothing. See also I Crowns Hatters. See also I Head Dresses. Finger-rings Bracelets. Armlets Girdles. Es- Malt and Malting. See also I Con- Washing and Cleaning, fectionery. Pastry Creation Ices Nature Scones, etc. See also logy G Love Mind and Body. Intel- Anger lect Fear. Cowardice Thought Incontinence. Fame J Phil. Human- Sophists Benevolence. At this heading are to be assembled all general works on the idea of a God or Supreme Being. Special forms of belief in a God and his attributes are to be placed at the special religions or churches with which they are particularly associated, as Christianity, Budd- hism.
Evidences Salvation Faith. Belief J Sin Predestination Immortality Eschatology Future State Heavens. Paradises Angels Rewards Purgatories. Limbos Hells Devils.
diestabutpio.tk Mythology Divide by Na- tional or Language Nos. Paganism Idolatry T48 J Phil. Genii, etc. Mass Water- Kelpies Missals Mermaids. See N Penance Monsters. Litanies Collects Rosaries. Par- sons. Church Officers. Sheol Devil Lucifer. The Public Mendicancy. Beggars Liberty Civil, Personal, Vagabondage. Freedom of Alms. Occupations Law of Master and Servant Organization.
Planning Committees. Wages Rules. Bye- laws Inspection. Inspectors See also A Certificates, etc. L L Senate. Chambre de Rep- resentatives Senate Italy. Camera de' Deputati Senato Switzerland. Standerath Nationalrath Denmark. Folkething Landsthing Rigsdag Norway. Storthing Greece. Bule Russia. Duma China. Municipal Boroughs Urban Districts Townships. Rural Dis- tricts.
Barristers Solicitors. Writers Attorneys. Declarations Acquittal Actions at Law Litigation. See also J Blasphemy Obscenity. Theft [ing Horse and Animal steal- L L ' Robbery L Pardon. Exile Enclosing. Feus, etc. Strong Rooms Exchequer Bills Pawnbroking. The Spoken, Written Word. Phrase Comparative Philology ogi Translating. Graphology Scriptorium Contractions. M Lit. Parch- ment. VeUum Sizes.