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Igor Kamenz Plays Scarlatti

Igor Kamenz

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Sonata in D Major, K.96  
1
Allegrissimo
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
3:51
Sonata in E Major, K.381  
2
Allegro
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
2:43
Sonata in D Major, K.119  
3
Allegro
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
4:17
Sonata in B Minor, K.197  
4
Andante
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
6:26
Sonata in E Major, K.135  
5
Allegro
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
3:28
Sonata in A Major, K.322  
6
Allegro
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
2:48
Sonata in A Minor, K.109  
7
Adagio
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
6:23
Sonata in D Minor, K.141  
8
Adagio
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
2:49
Sonata in D Major, K.492  
9
Presto
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
3:34
Sonata in G Major, K.146  
10
[ ]
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
2:28
Sonata in C Minor, K.11  
11
Allegro
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
2:52
Sonata in F Major, K.17  
12
Presto
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
3:12
Sonata in B Minor, K.27  
13
Allegro
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
2:59
Sonata in B Minor, K.87  
14
[ ]
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
4:58
Sonata in E Major, K.380  
15
Andante Commodo
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
4:58
Sonata in A Major, K.209  
16
Allegro
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
2:23
Sonata in A Major, K.101  
17
Allegro
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
4:22
Sonata in D Major, K.29  
18
Presto
Domenico Scarlatti; Igor Kamenz
4:21
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    68:52
Award-winning Russian concert pianist and conductor Igor Kamenz has organized the Scarlatti sonatas he plays here on a modern concert grand into what he calls a "suite in 18 movements," whose ordering follows criteria related to the dramaturgy, key and content of the pieces. This 2014 album displays Kamenz's musical personality and his talent for which he has earned international accolades.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naive Studio Masters


Recorded in September and October 2013 at the Suny Purchase Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center, New York (United States)

Recording producer & sound engineer: Adam Abeshouse
Editing, mixing & mastering: Adam Abeshouse

Assistant engineer: Andy Ryder

Tuner: Edward Court
Piano: Steinway Piano

Recording system
:
Microphones: DPA 4003 high voltage, vintage RCA 44’s

Preamplifiers: Millennia Media

Recording station: Pyramix Recording System with Prism A to D converters

Article translated by Charles Johnston (English), Elisabeth Rothmund (French)
Edition: Domenico Scarlatti, Sonatas, edited by Kenneth Gilbert, Le Pupitre, Heugel, Paris
Cover & inside photo: © Mat Hennek

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