Saturday, March 3, 2012

Music Off the Record


by Anne French

I am going through a Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) phase, appreciating his keyboard works played on piano rather than harpsichord for the most part. And after considerable listening to what's available on YouTube, I return to pianist Mikhail Pletnev more often than not. This Sonata in F Sharp Minor, K.25, L.481 is one I do not remember hearing before. It seems like a wonderful way to begin the last day of the first weekend of March (although it's mostly lamb, and very little lion). Enjoy!


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