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Alessandro Scarlatti: Venere, Adone, et Amore: original version, Naples 1696 and revised version, Rome 1706 642 588 1
Introducing the online Early Music Directory of Australia 123 111 6
Thomas Roseingrave: complete keyboard music (book review) 300 251 19
Venere, Adone, e Amore: serenatas and cantatas by Alessandro Scarlatti 486 423 4
Alessandro Scarlatti (1660 - 1725). Lucretia Romana: cantata for soprano and basso continuo 665 587 3
Musicology waiting for performance: some persistent problems in reviving the Italian cantata repertoire 189 165 4
Sunday Live: Recital of Italian Baroque Music 35 29 0
Antonio Cesti (1623 - 1669). Quanto sete per mi pigri, o momenti!: cantata for soprano and basso continuo 368 334 0
Performing proportion: crux awareness in Scarlatti interpretation 339 294 23
Alessandro Scarlatti's Venus in transit from Naples to Rome: the two versions of the Serenata Venere, Adone & Amore, Naples 1696 and Rome 1706 429 399 1
Collaboration and the Italian solo cantata 40 22 11
Rhythmic inequality (letter) 58 58 0
From hailstones to hallelujah: the first Handel commemoration 41 34 0
Alessandro Scarlatti: solo serenatas 50 40 0
Night and dreams: text, texture, and night themes in cantatas by Alessandro Scarlatti 125 106 5
Louis Couperin and friends 497 437 1
Domenico Scarlatti and his cantabile sonatas 327 256 28
Alessandro Scarlatti (1660 - 1725). L'Orfeo: cantata for voice (S), two violins, and basso continuo. 1124 997 18
Alessandro Scarlatti and the Roman copies of his Neapolitan compositions: a source study of the serenata Venere, Adone, et Amore (1696) 549 506 3
Explorations around bass parts and key schemes: recording the cantatas of Alessandro Scarlatti 23 19 0
Nicola Porpora and the cantabile cello 74 59 0
Scarlatti father and son: a musical relationship 183 163 0
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