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Scarlatti, Alessandro (1660 - 1725)

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The source is the collection: "Six Concertos in Seven Parts for two Violins and Violoncello Obligate with two Violins more a Tenor and Thorough Bass, Compos'd by Sigr Alexander Scarlatti", published by Benjamin Cooke in London, in 1740. The original source is available at Washington, Library of Congress (M1040.S37 C6).

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The source is the collection: "Six Concertos in Seven Parts for two Violins and Violoncello Obligate with two Violins more a Tenor and Thorough Bass, Compos'd by Sigr Alexander Scarlatti", published by Benjamin Cooke in London, in 1740. The original source is available at Washington, Library of Congress (M1040.S37 C6).

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The source is in the collection: "Six Concertos in Seven Parts for two Violins and Violoncello Obligate with two Violins more a Tenor and Thorough Bass, Compos'd by Sigr Alexander Scarlatti", published by Benjamin Cooke in London, in 1740. The original source is available at Washington, Library of Congress (M1040.S37 C6). Transcription by Ernesto Sparago.

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The source is a manuscript of the scores SANT Hs 3975 (Nr. 13, 14 and 16), copyist Fortunato Santini, Santini-Bibliothek (D-MÜs), Münster, included in a collection of 26 pieces, RISM ID no.: 451023623.

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The source is a manuscript of the score SANT Hs 3957b (Nr. 5), RISM Id no.: 451018973, copyist Fortunato Santini, Santini-Bibliothek (D-MÜs), Münster, included in the collection with caption title: “Quattro Quartetti a due Violini Viola e Basso | Sonata con Flauto, due Violini e Basso | Sonata a 3. Flauti e Violoncello | Sonata a due Flauti due Violini e Violoncello | Del Cavaliere Alessandro Scarlatti.”.

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The source is a manuscript of the score SANT Hs 3957b (Nr. 6), RISM Id no.: 451018974, copyist Fortunato Santini, Santini-Bibliothek (D-MÜs), Münster, included in the collection with caption title: “Quattro Quartetti a due Violini Viola e Basso | Sonata con Flauto, due Violini e Basso | Sonata a 3. Flauti e Violoncello | Sonata a due Flauti due Violini e Violoncello | Del Cavaliere Alessandro Scarlatti.”.

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The source is a manuscript of the score SANT Hs 3957b (Nr. 7), RISM Id no.: 451018975, copyist Fortunato Santini, Santini-Bibliothek (D-MÜs), Münster, included in the collection with caption title: “Quattro Quartetti a due Violini Viola e Basso | Sonata con Flauto, due Violini e Basso | Sonata a 3. Flauti e Violoncello | Sonata a due Flauti due Violini e Violoncello | Del Cavaliere Alessandro Scarlatti.”.

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The source is a ms. of separate parts, dated 1725, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. It includes 24 sonatas of various authors. Seven sonatas of the collection are by Alessandro Scarlatti.

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The source is a manuscript of the score SANT Hs 3957b (Nr. 4), copyist Fortunato Santini, Santini-Bibliothek (D-MÜs), Münster, included in the collection with caption title: “Quattro Quartetti a due Violini Viola e Basso | Sonata con Flauto, due Violini e Basso | Sonata a 3. Flauti e Violoncello | Sona- ta a due Flauti due Violini e Violoncello | Del Cavaliere Alessandro Scarlatti.”.

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Sources are:  a) ms IT\ICCU\MSM\0092304, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. Caption title: “Sinfonia Avanti”; b) ms IT\ICCU\MSM\0092437, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli: “Sinfonia Avanti / Grave”.

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The source of Sonata XXIII in C major is a ms. of separate parts, dated 1725, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. It includes 24 Sonatas of different authors. Seven Sonatas of the collection are by Alessandro Scarlatti.

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The source of “Sonata Vigesima Seconda” is a ms. of separate parts, dated 1725, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. It includes 24 sonatas of various authors. Seven sonatas of the collection are by Alessandro Scarlatti.

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This edition is based on an autograph score which is kept in the “Biblioteca Oratoriana del Monumento Nazionale dei Girolamini“ (Napoli), in the collection “Manoscritti musicali dell’Orato­rio dei Girolamini” under the signature IT\ICCU\NAP\0394983. Caption title: “Salve Regina | A Voce Sola con V.V.V. | Del Sig.r Cavalier Scarlatti”.

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Source is the collection: "Six Concertos in Seven Parts for two Violins and Violoncello Obligato with two Violins more a Tenor and Thorough Bass, Compos'd by Sigr Alexander Scarlatti", published by Benjamin Cooke in London, in 1740. The original source is available at Washington, Library of Congress (M1040.S37 C6).

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The source is a ms. of separate parts, dated 1725, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. It includes 24 sonatas of different authors. Seven sonatas of the collection are by Alessandro Scarlatti.

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The source is a ms. of separate parts, dated 1725, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. It includes 24 sonatas of different authors. Seven sonatas of the collection are by Alessandro Scarlatti.

Version 1.1 including the last barline of movements in score and in bass part, missing in version 1.0.
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Source is the collection: "Six Concertos in Seven Parts for two Violins and Violoncello Obligato with two Violins more a Tenor and Thorough Bass, Compos'd by Sigr Alexander Scarlatti", published by Benjamin Cooke in London, in 1740. The original source is available at Washington, Library of Congress (M1040.S37 C6)

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Source is an autograph full score ms., available at British Library, Stefan Zweig Collection, MS 76. Signed „Cav[alier]e Aless[andr]o Scarlatti“ on top left, and headed „Cantata p[er] / Camera / Sopr[an]o Solo / con Strom[en]ti d’Arco. / 31 8bre 1716“ at left of first system.

 

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Source is the collection: "Six Concertos in Seven Parts for two Violins and Violoncello Obligato with two Violins more a Tenor and Thorough Bass, Compos'd by Sigr Alexander Scarlatti", published by Benjamin Cooke in London, in 1740. The original source is available at Washington, Library of Congress (M1040.S37 C6).

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Sources are: ms. of  Drama in 3 acts „La Caduta dei Decemviri“, Ms DM02032001864 and ms. of Cantata „Correa nel seno amato“Ms. 1690-1710 DM90134100193. Both manuscripts are available at Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli.

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Source of „Sinfonia“ in D major is a ms of 8 separate parts Mus.ms. 19668/1, RISM A 2, 452507636, published by Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, SBB, Berlin. Considering the characteristics of this opus, the attribution to Alessandro Scarlatti seems a dubious one.

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Sources are: a. ms IT\ICCU\MSM\0092256, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli: “Cantata a  Voce Sola / con VV. e Flauto obligato / Del Sig.r Caval.ro Ales:o Scarlatti”; b. ms IT\ICCU\MSM\0087415, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli: “Filli che esprime la sua fede a Fileno, Cantata con VV.ni e Flauto / Del Sig.r Cavaliere Alessandro Scarlatti”.

Version 2.0 with a new editorial format, corrects some transcription errors and includes a complete revision of figured bass.
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The source is a ms. of separate parts, dated 1725, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli.

Version 1.1
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The source is a ms. of separate parts, dated 1725, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. It includes 24 sonatas of different authors. Seven sonatas of the collection are by Alessandro Scarlatti.

Version 1.1
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The reference source is the ms. of the score IT\ICCU\MSM\0079735, Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli, Italy.

Version 1.0 with a revised editorial format.
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The reference source is the ms. of the score DM0132700099, Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. The Cantata is part of the contest with Francesco Gasparini.

Version 1.0 with a new editorial format
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Source of Salve Regina in do minore is a ms. of six separate parts published in digital library MDZ, Collectio musicalis Maximilianea, BSB, München.

Version 1.0 with a revised editorial format.
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The source is the ms. of the score DM90134100164, available online at Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. Cover page: “Cantata del Sig.re Aless. Scarlatti fatta per suo studio – 1690“. The sonata is particularly interesting since the realization of the bass part is by the Author. Score and parts of this edition are with currently used clefs.

Version 1.0, but with new editorial format.
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Source is a ms. of the score DM90133400240, available at Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. The Aria is included in a collection with caption title: „Cantate a Voce Sola / Del Sig.r Cavaliere Alessandro / Scarlatti“ (DM90-133400226).

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The Cantata is part of the contest with Francesco Gasparini: “Gara tra il Sig.r Fra:co Gasparrini,ed il Sig.r Cavalier. / Alesandro Scarlatti / Sopra una istessa Poesia &.../…”. Two sources are online available, both from Biblioteca del Conservatorio di musica San Pietro a Majella, Napoli (ms. DM90132700095 and DM90132600616). Caption titles are, respectively: “Cantata in risposta dell'antecedente [si riferisce alla cantata di Gasparini], fatta con Idea Umana, del Cavaliero Ales[s]andro Scarlatti”, and “Cantata à Voce sola fatta con Idea humana del Sig.r Alessandro Scarlatti”. Includes a new Aria (“Altra Aria su l'antecedente Poesia per Capriccio dell'Autore”) from ms. DM90132700095.

Version 1.2: correction of transcription errors, new editorial format, score with original clefs, parts with currently used clefs.
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The source is a ms. of the score available at Biblioteca del Conservatorio di musica San Pietro a Majella, Napoli (ms. IT/ICCU/MSM/0092273). Caption title: “Bella Dama di nome Santa / Cantata per Camera / con Flauto, e Violini / Del Sig.r / Cavaliere Alessandro Scarlatti”.

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