The repertoire included in this recording by Marco Molaschi represents an important evidence in the panorama of harpsichord music of the eighteenth century. It was precisely as a harpsichord and singing teacher that Paradisi met his success in London, where he moved after his studies in his native Naples. Charles Burney - an important historian of English music - called him "the great master of the harpsichord". The sonatas in the collection - dedicated to King George II of England - were published in 1754, precisely in the composer's London period and contributed significantly to affirming his fame as a virtuoso and composer of keyboard music.
The repertoire included in this recording by Marco Molaschi represents an important evidence in the panorama of harpsichord music of the eighteenth century. It was precisely as a harpsichord and singing teacher that Paradisi met his success in London, where he moved after his studies in his native Naples. Charles Burney - an important historian of English music - called him "the great master of the harpsichord". The sonatas in the collection - dedicated to King George II of England - were published in 1754, precisely in the composer's London period and contributed significantly to affirming his fame as a virtuoso and composer of keyboard music.
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Sonate Per Clavicembalo (2pk)
Artist: Paradisi / Molaschi
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The repertoire included in this recording by Marco Molaschi represents an important evidence in the panorama of harpsichord music of the eighteenth century. It was precisely as a harpsichord and singing teacher that Paradisi met his success in London, where he moved after his studies in his native Naples. Charles Burney - an important historian of English music - called him "the great master of the harpsichord". The sonatas in the collection - dedicated to King George II of England - were published in 1754, precisely in the composer's London period and contributed significantly to affirming his fame as a virtuoso and composer of keyboard music.