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5.0 out of 5 stars Monument to Scarlatti and Ross, 13 Feb. 2010
This review is from: Scarlatti: The Keyboard Sonatas (Audio CD)
This recording is an essential for any lover of the Baroque.
Ross here created, I feel, the yardstick recording by which any future Scarlatti cycle will be judged.
I cannot adequately review this performance, simply because any review would end up as a meaningless jumble of superlatives - everything about this recording is exactly as the most particular listener would want it. The accompanying notes are exhaustive and highly informative.
Listening to this, one cannot fail to be moved to sorrow that Ross did not live longer - but at least he left us this monument to Scarlatti's, and his own, genius.
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Initial post: 27 Oct 2014 02:30:22 GMT
Last edited by the author on 27 Oct 2014 02:30:30 GMT
Octave says:
Do you own the ~2005 edition of this big box, with the vintage portrait of the composer on the cover? (Not the 2014 re-edition with the Ross photo.)
If so, what is the packaging like? I mean the box itself: is it a "true" or "clamshell" box? Are the discs in paper envelopes or cardstock sleeves?
Sorry to bother you with piddling questions of material, but I was wondering which edition of the box to purchase.
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