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Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Harpsichord Sonata No. 3 in F Major: II. Sarabanda: Adagio · Filippo Ravizza Platti: Sonatas for Harpsichord ℗ 2006.
Album · 2006 · 20 Songs.
Giovanni Benedetto Platti. Giovanni Benedetto Platti. Sonata No. 16 in F major. 7. Menuet 1 - Menuet 2.
Filippo Ravizza Harpsichord. CD: 1 Tracks: 20 Length: 1:10:56. CD 1. Giovanni Benedetto Platti Composer. Sonata for keyboard N. in D, O., N. Work. Filippo Ravizza Harpsichord. Giovanni Battista Pescetti: Sonate per Gravicembalo. Platti: Sonatas for Harpsichord. Naxos featured album. CD: 1 Tracks: 17 Length: 1:05:51. 0 in A-, O. 4 in C Work.
Giovanni Benedetto Platti was born in or near Padua on July 9th 1697 and died in Würzburg on January 11th, 1763. He was an important and major participant in the musical world of the 18th century
6 Sonatas for Harpsichord. Platti, Giovanni Benedetto. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
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Giovanni Benedetto Platti (born possibly 9 July 1697 (according to other sources 1690, 1692, 1700) in Padua, belonging to Venice at the time; died 11 January 1763 in Würzburg) was an Italian oboist and composer. Platti studied music in Italy (mostly singing, the oboe and the violin). While he was still in Italy (until 1722), he also learned to play the recently invented fortepiano and composed sonatas specially dedicated to it.
|Sonata for keyboard No. 6 in E major|
|4||Minuetto con variazioni||Filippo Ravizza||7:13|
|Sonata for keyboard No. 7 in F major, Op. 4/1|
|5||Non tanto Allegro||Filippo Ravizza||3:33|
|7||Andantino e staccato||Filippo Ravizza||3:09|
|8||Minuetto; Trio||Filippo Ravizza||5:28|
|Sonata for keyboard No. 8 in C minor, Op. 4/2|
|9||Fantasia: Allegro||Filippo Ravizza||6:26|
|Sonata for keyboard No. 9 in G major, Op. 4/3|
|15||Allegro assai||Filippo Ravizza||5:17|
CreditsRaffaele Cacciola - Artistic Director
Jean Suzanne Chalouy - Liner Note Translation
Cianluca Corona - Cover Painting
Joannes Daniel Dulcken - Harpsichord Maker
Martina Geiges - Liner Note Translation
Isabelle-Béatrice Marcherat - Liner Note Translation
Andrea Maria Panzuti - Producer
Elda Ravanelli - Liner Note Translation
Filippo Ravizza - Harpsichord, Liner Note Translation, Primary Artist
Armando Saccà - Engineer