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Release Date: 02 November Label: Deutsche Grammophon. Producer: Karl August-Naegler. Recording place: Beethovensaal, Hannover. Total playing time: CD . In Naples was as populous, as noisy, and as dirty as it is now. The street was not only the thoroughfare and the promenade, but also the center of social and natural functions. There naked babies played in the dunghills; their brothers and sisters chased dogs and mules; and their elders made love. In the narrowed passages an occasional clatter of hooves drowned out the muffled sounds of bare human feet.
Notes and Editorial Reviews An attractively played collection, with stunning articulation for the ornaments and plenty of sparkling fingerwork to bring Scarlatti's vivid personality to life. Although this anthology is weighted towards more familiar sonatas, the programming is sufficiently intelligent and varied for one to sample a fairly comprehensive range of the composer's keyboard style. Five of the sonatas, at least, featured in Horowitz's repertoire, and consequently one is rather tempted to compare the two pianists. Pogorelich really does not come off too badly. The CD opens with the E major Sonata that was popularized as the second item in Tausig's Pastorale e capriccio in which the Pastorale was transcribed into E minor. I Read more don't think Pogorelich is quite fast enough for-the presto marking here and some rests in the-opening passages strike me as being fractionally too long. The Pastorale turns up as the third sonata, and in it I thought that some of the loud notes were slightly too insistent; I would recommend the listener to keep the volume control low throughout the CD.