Lionel Party | Music of Domenico Scarlatti

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Music of Domenico Scarlatti

by Lionel Party

Expressive, sparkling, moving, and scintillating. Will stir the passions of your soul.
Genre: Classical: Sonata
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1. Sonata in G major, K. 201
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2. Sonata in G minor, K.8
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3. Sonata in G major, K.260
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4. Sonata in C major, K. 423
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5. Sonata in C minor, K. 115
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6. Sonata in F minor, K. 238
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7. Sonata in F minor, K. 239
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8. Sonata in B flat major, K. 544
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9. Sonata in B flat major, K. 545
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10. Sonata in D major, K. 53
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11. Sonata in D minor, K. 52
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12. Sonata in D major, K. 535
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13. Sonata in A major, K. 208
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Album Notes
He was able to conjure up a beguiling web of sonority in rapid passages thanks to his remarkably developed finger independence, while legato phrases were fashioned with appealing suavity.
NY Times

Throughout his playing, there was a rhythmic suppleness within an over-all steadiness that gave his interpretations a nice plasticity.
NY Times

The harpsichordist Lionel Party offered a short, elegant solo before the Andante, which consists of only two chords.
NY Times

Le virtuose stupéfie un auditoire mélomane et connaisseur, par un admirable sens de la couleur-pas evident au clavecin-,une merveilleuse liberté stylistique et un phrasé éblouissant.
Vevey/Riviera, Switzerland

Talk about blood-this guy’s on fire.
The Berkshire Courier

Tous les amoureux du clavecin on suivi avec un extrême plaisir le recital de Lionel Party au Château de Coppet. Ce jeune artiste né à Santiago et de renommée internationale allie une exceptionelle maîtrise instrumentale avec une sensibilité non moins extraordinaire. La communication est immédiatement assurée entre l’interprète el le public.
Journal de Nyon, Switzerland

Party was just as polished as he’s sounded every other time I have heard him-and he threw in some exceptionally witty historical comments in addition.

His playing exemplified the beauty of all three performances: fluid, gracious, true to the basic pulse of each movement. His handling of rhythm was very natural, without any of the artificial push and pull of some approaches to harpsichord playing.
Houston Chronicle

Sous les doigts inspirés de musicien, l’instrument sonne avec munificence et une sonorité veloutée dans trois extraits de la Suite en si bémol majeur de Georg Friedrich Haendel. L’interprètre empoigne à plaines mains les deux claviers et fait passer le frisson à l’assemblée.
La Presse Riviera Chablais, Switzerland

Mr. Party electrified the audience with his approach to the instrument.
Mr. Party used his arms and body along with a prodigious technique to produce a kind of rolling sea of music. Magical!
Mount Desert Islander


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