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Keyboard artist David Schrader, a favorite of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, made his solo recording debut with this CD of harpsichord works. Buy Padre Antonio Soler: Fandango by Antonio Soler, Begoña Uriarte, Karl- Hermann Mrongovius from Amazon’s Classical Music Store. Everyday low prices . Antonio Soler, Scott Ross – Padre Soler: Fandango / 9 Sonates – Music.
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A pparently Soler was himself a student, the famous Domenico Scarlatti being among his tutors. Inhe was simultaneously appointed organist and subdeacon at the Cathedral of La Seu d’Urgell.
P adre Antonio Soler was one of those remarkable historical figures whom we of the twentieth century might find almost unbelievable when regarding what we would call the “output” of his career. Also unique is the use of fxndango basso ostinatoin the form of a twelve note sequence which reappears many times in the left hand, and hypnotic in its effect on the listener. T here are also versions of the documents in Adobe Acrobat PDF format; you can download these by right-clicking the title and selecting “Save target as” if you are using Internet Explorer – for other browsers, see your documentation for instructions on how to sler this.
The Infante was a talented student, and many of the harpsichord sonatas were probably composed expressly for him. Fandango; Sonats para Clave. Photo by Andrew Halpern Notes: Although pianists have and do play Padre Soler ‘s Fandango the Escorial owned at least one early fortepiano while Soler lived and worked therethe work was virtually unknown to twentieth century listeners until Rafael Puyana featured it on a Philips stereodisc of Baroque harpsichord music.
Gilber Rowland is also undertaking this magnum opus on the Naxos label. The acciaccatura was another device where the two differed in usage, frequently used by Scarlatti but rarely used by Soler.
Fandango, R.146 (Soler, Antonio)
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Wikimedia Commons has media related to Antonio Soler. He died in the monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial ; no portraits of him are known to exist. W hich leads us to the music itself.
Fandango, R (Soler, Antonio) – IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet Music
Rubio then subjected the work to a thorough examination and informed me that I was right: F rom his title you have deduced that he was a monk a Hieronymite, to be exactbut he was also a priest.
The Medici Harpsichord Book. The longer Cedille Selects track excerpts are designed to provide a representative overview of the album. Then listen to Sonata 40 for contrast. You can sler view them in your browser if you have the Acrobat browser extension installed.
Padre Antonio Soler: Fandango & Sonatas
I f Soller did indeed write the Fandangothen it is unique among all of his harpsichord works. Complete Works for Harpsichord. Bill Maylone Front Cover: In his life he produced: Beyond this we enter into the realm of speculation. Six Centuries Of Spanish Music. In light of this heavy schedule, it is remarkable that he managed to compose so many musical works.
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Soler took holy orders at the age of 23, and embarked on an extremely soldr routine as a Hieronymite in El Fandanggo, Madrid with hour workdays, in the course of which he produced more than compositions. El Diablo vestido de fraile. Soler’s sonatas were cataloged in the early twentieth century by Fr. The proponent and instigator of this theory is Isidro Barrio, himself a Soler performer and scholar, who states his case as follows: Padre Soler’s most celebrated works are his keyboard sonataswhich are comparable to those composed by Domenico Scarlatti with whom he may have studied but are more fancango in form than those of Scarlatti, with some pieces in three or four movements; Scarlatti’s pieces are in one mostly or two movements.
A long day indeed it was for the Hieronymite monks, beginning with office hours at 5AM and progressing through a series of masses, lessons, recitations of the Stations of the Cross, and finishing at midnight with maitines. As the maestro de capilla at the So,er royal palace in Madrid see photo in graphics linkshis duties were many and varied, including teaching and acting as the first organist as well as composing all of the music for church services.
This is only a partial list – there are many more known works, as well as a controversial treatise on harmony the Llave de la Modulacionor “Key to Modulation” and, strangely enough, a mathematically adept treatise on currency exchange rates.
So Soler was a composer who drew from many sources, and became in turn a source for others. Certainly, though, the two composers knew each other and respected each other’s work. However, he did note in his critical catalogue published inthat: Soler stated the principal subject after a page of accompaniment that ends in a double-bar, and thereafter elaborated it natonio extraordinary length not as a theme and variations, which Rubio and some others have postulated, but rather as a fantasiawith a brief F major section in the middle, before D minor returns.