Exposed Fifths
classical music blog
June 17, 2006
Scarlatti Sonata 391
Scarlatti has been a perennial favourite of piano finger benders since he first composed K1. 555 sonatas on, and people like Horowitz and Kirkpatrick have been breaking their knuckles trying to master his full length keyboard theatrics. Now the guitarists have discovered how much fun this 3rd composer from the year 1685 can be, and making their own contribution to the world of Tendonitis Research.

Fabio Zanon works out his fingers and facial expressions in this performance of K391. Enjoy.

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