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A word on the sonata numbers: El Diablo vestido de fraile. A ll of the MIDI files were created using a SoundBlaster32 sound card with various harpsichord patches stored in RAM; as with most sound cards for the PC, the factory harpsichord patches sound little like the fandqngo instrument. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fandango; Sonats para Clave.
Details for these CD’s and many others may be found in the linked Soler discography. The composer rarely allowed his portrait to be painted, presumably due to modesty; this would be commensurate with his character as a man of humility and simple tastes. Gilber Rowland is also undertaking this magnum opus on the Naxos label.
Works for Harpsichord Vol. The proponent and instigator of this theory is Isidro Barrio, himself a Soler performer and scholar, who states his case as follows: The Infante was a talented student, and many of the harpsichord sonatas were probably composed expressly for him. Fandango in D minor Though there may be valid reasons to suspect the truth of this antnoio, still it would be not at all surprising to find that a man of Soler’s wide-ranging interests could compose such a masterpiece.
All of the audio files currently use equal temperament, though they should more properly be heard in historical temperaments like Werckmeister or Valotti.
Soler’s Six Concertos for Two Organs are still very much in the repertoire and have often been recorded. Period scholars early Classical period, of Iberian concentration remain divided about its authenticity, although no one disputes the work’s brilliance or prodigies of invention, given that it lasts minutes, depending on the performing artist.
T hough he is properly considered a personality of the Age of Enlightment, we might also characterize Antonio Soler as a “Renaissance Man” of many talents – monk, priest, author, mathematician, inventor, innovator, student, teacher, and, of course, composer.
It has a five-octave range, two sets of unison string, and a buff stop. What Soler may have done was borrow or adapt an existing bass line.
Padre Antonio Soler: Fandango & Sonatas
Various colleagues followed suit. Samuel Rubio and so all have ‘R’ numbers assigned. Such people claim this right for themselves although they would do better not to practice it. Six Centuries Of Spanish Music.
Also unique is the use of a basso ostinatoin the form of a twelve note sequence which reappears many times in the left hand, and hypnotic in its effect on the listener.
T he composers own words give us another rare glimpse of the apparently vivacious and opinionated “inner man” from the Llave fandano la Modulacion: Soler also composed concertosquintets for organ and stringsmotets masses and pieces for solo organ. For the true Soler aficionado, Bob van Asperen has made an excellent recording of the entire set of sonatas.
Fandango, R (Soler, Antonio) – IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet Music
Although pianists have and do play Padre Soler ‘s Fandango the Escorial owned at least one early fortepiano while Soler lived and worked therethe work was virtually unknown to twentieth century listeners until Rafael Puyana featured it on a Philips stereodisc of Baroque harpsichord music. He is best known for his many mostly one-movement keyboard sonatas antpnio influenced by Domenico Scarlattiwhich constitute a very important, quite underrated, contribution to the harpsichordfortepiano and organ repertoire.
The basic question is not when the Fandango in D minor was written, but whether Soler was the composer. The harpsichord used on this recording. Una matica de ruda.