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Antonio Soler: Keyboard Sonatas Nos. 67-74

Regina Chernychko

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Keyboard Sonata No. 67 in D Major, R. 67  
1
I. Andante con moto
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
9:21
2
II. Rondon (Allegro)
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
3:55
3
III. Non presto
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
4:30
Keyboard Sonata No. 68 in E Major, R. 68  
4
I. Cantabile con moto
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
9:35
5
II. Allegro
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
5:42
6
III. Intento à 4 (Non presto)
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
3:57
7
Keyboard Sonata No. 69 in F Major, R. 69
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
3:22
8
Keyboard Sonata No. 70 in A Minor, R. 70
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
4:26
9
Keyboard Sonata No. 71 in A Minor, R. 71
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
4:35
10
Keyboard Sonata No. 72 in F Minor, R. 72 "Dorian"
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
4:56
11
Keyboard Sonata No. 73 in D Major, R. 73
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
5:58
12
Keyboard Sonata No. 74 in D Major, R. 74
Antonio Soler; Regina Chernychko
8:14
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    68:31
A disciple of Domenico Scarlatti, the Catalonian composer Antonio Soler worked as maestro di capilla at El Escorial palace in Madrid during the late 18th century and was known for his keyboard works, as was his famous mentor. Ukrainian pianist Regina Chernychko brings out the sparkle and character of these sonatas on this Naxos release of Soler’s works, displaying the composer’s command of this favoured genre of Enlightenment Spain.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

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