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02 Mar 2007

Daniels/Le Point du Jour

http://music.guardian.co.uk/reviews/story/0,,2023893,00.html

DDaniels.png[Guardian, 1 March 2007]

Singers keen to explore unfamiliar baroque repertoire could devote many years to the music of Alessandro Scarlatti. His son Domenico famously composed more than 500 keyboard sonatas, but Alessandro had already set the family standard with more than 70 operas, and somewhere between 600 and 800 chamber cantatas.

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