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Sonata in F minor, K. 466 (L. 118) by Scarlatti/LaLena


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About This Work

Arranger/Transcriber: LaLena, Anthony

Composer: Scarlatti, Domenico

Instrumentation: Solo 

Description: Sonata k. 466 is one of Scarlatti's later, more adventurous keyboard sonatas. Although in a binary form similar to his other 555 sonatas, the harmonic movement and motivic ornamental figures suggest a Chopin-esque quality.

Era: Baroque

Opus No.: K. 466 (L. 118)

Publisher: Secondaprattica.org

About Composer/Arranger

Anthony LaLenaAnthony LaLena began studying the classical guitar on Long Island, New York with guitarist and lutenist, William Zito. He continued his studies at S.U.N.Y. Fredonia with Evan Drummond and James Piorkowski where he received a Bachelors of Music with a Performance Certificate in 2013. In the spring on 2010, Anthony was chosen to take part in an exchange program where he studied under Jose Luis Montesinos at the Conservatorio de Manuel Castillo de Musica in Seville, Spain. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Music at the Manhattan School of Music under the direction of guitarist and composer, Mark Delpriora.

Mr. LaLena has participated in masterclasses with internationally recognized artists such as Roland Dyens, Ana Vidovic, Nicholas Goluses, David Starobin, Marcin Dylla and many more. He has performed in Germany, France, Spain and the United States. Mr. LaLena was also a member of the Fredonia Guitar Quartet, an internationally touring ensemble. While Mr. LaLena was a member of the Quartet, they were the dedicatee of a piece by the critically acclaimed guitarist and composer, Roland Dyens.

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  1. The next generation of Scarlatti arrangements

    Posted by Evan Drummond on 8th Dec 2013

    I just got done teaching this arrangement to one of my students and am now more convinced then ever that its time to put together a set of these sonatas together on my next program!

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