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Harpsichord, Piano Instrumental Album
£26.95
Harpsichord, Piano Instrumental Album
One hundred and nine classics from Elizabethan and Jacobean keyboard masters in modern notation.
£19.95
Harpsichord, Piano Instrumental Album
19 piano sonatas by P. Antonio Soler
£11.95
Harpsichord Instrumental Album
Revised Edition by Howard Ferguson and Christopher Hogwood

This book includes new material edited by Peter Holman.
£14.95
Harpsichord Score

This edition of Harpsichord Work by Antoine Forqueray has been reviewed and edited by Colin Tilney. Dedicated to “Madame la Dauphine” (i.e. The King’s daughter, here, the daughter of Louis XV), this volume includes six suites for a total of 32 pieces. Each of these pieces is actually named after the Courtesans of the Dauphine.

With different degrees of complexity, these pieces would fit the skills of players with an upper intermediate level and above.

The mark-ups in this edition are quite close to those used on Rameau, his pieces being popular and well commented.

Antoine Forqueray was a harpsichordist under the King Louis XV period. Professor of the Dauphine Henriette-Anne, he dedicated this piece to her.

£21.99
Harpsichord, Piano Instrumental Album
A highly authoritative Urtext edition of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Piano Sonata's, as edited by Darrell M. Berg and Klaus Borner.
£19.95
Harpsichord, Piano Score

6 Solos for Harpsichord or Piano by John Alcock, first published in London c.1770.

£18.99
Harpsichord, Piano Instrumental Album
£35.99
Harpsichord Instrumental Album
By Heugel

Italian composer, Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757) is well-known for his Keyboard compositions. His 555 Keyboard Sonatas remain ever popular to this day, and it is for this reason that this fifth volume is indispensable to performers of the genre.

The fifth volume, comprising Sonatas 206-255, includes many of the popular and recognised Sonatas in a variety of keys. Bearing in mind that Domenico Scarlatti was a highly competent and popular Keyboard player in his day, so much so that he was employed in the service of two royal families, his Sonatas are composed with much experience, understanding and expertise, creating an essential addition to the repertoire of all Keyboard players of the Baroque genre.