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Sonate D'Intavolatura Per Organo E Cimbalo

By Domenico Zipoli

Organ - Difficulty: medium
Sonate D'Intavolatura Per Organo E Cimbalo. Composed by Domenico Zipoli (1688-1726). Edited by Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini. Stapled. Domenico Zipoli. Works for Organ and Harpsichord. Baroque. Organ solo book. With organ notation and introductory text. Composed 1716. 37 pages. Suddeutscher Musikverlag #SM02203. Published by Suddeutscher Musikverlag (BA.SM02203).

Item Number: BA.SM02203

ISBN 9790202111031. 12x9.5 inches.

  • All Post Comunio In F Major 
  • Verses (I-IV), Canzona In F Major 
  • Verses (I-IV), Canzona In E Minor 
  • Verses (I-IV), Canzona In G Minor 
  • Verses (I-IV), Canzona In C Major 
  • Verses (I-IV), Canzona, Toccata In D Minor 
  • All'Elevazione II In C Major 
  • All'Offertorio In C Major 
  • Pastorale In C Major 
  • All'Elevazione I In F Major 

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  • 5

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  • July 20, 2007 Very little editing!

    This is a terrific book with very little editing from the original "Uhr" text.

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  • 5

    Jose Luiz Carvalho
    Sao Paulo, SP - Brazil
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  • March 16, 2007 Zipoli´s Masterpiece

    I´m reading the "Sonate d´Intavolature" since last 2 years and preparing a Master degree research paper on them, for University of Sao Paulo - Music Department. The "Suddeutscher" edition provided by SheetMusicPlus is excelent in its large format and editorial details. I reccomend very much this books to any...

    musician, specialy those who wants to perform or teaching early music at the organ or the harpsichord. The "versos" and "canzonas" of volume one are counterpoint pieces for manuals. They are relatively short, easy to read and a pleasure to play. The barroque suites of volume two are smart and original: they must be performed on the harpsichord to reveal its charming qualities. Zipoli deserves the best position among all Italian barroque composers, like Frescobaldi, Marcello, Pasquini and Scarlatti.

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