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    Lieutenant Commander, Concertmaster Teo's Avatar
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    Smile Scarlatti K170 on synthesized harpsichord

    Wagner's music is better than it sounds. - Mark Twain's Autobiography

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    Enjoyed the performance. Have a synthesized unit myself. I even enjoy playing some Bach on it. Take care.
    ....To play only what is written is the domain of science. To realize what is not written is the domain of art."
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    I wish you the Best for each day, now and always.

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    I tried it on the Harpsichord on my Johannus. Nice piece of music.

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    Wonderful music, Teo. Thank you for sharing with the rest of the community :-).

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    Lieutenant Commander, Concertmaster Teo's Avatar
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    Thanks very much Bill, Albert & Krummhorn. I'm glad I had the wisdom to share this music here. I'm so enjoying Scarlatti because many of his pieces are almost Flamenco! Others like this are just simply masterful sonatas - I feel I'm learning the sonata form as much as any teacher could explain it.

    With these "Freeboards" I leave one in each channel and I guess I won't worry about people who are missing a speaker.

    I have a lot of fun with the sustain pedal on 2nd passes of both A and B sections and I'm glad no one complained about this. From my past love wah-wah pedal now instead I compliment the sound with sustainability!
    Wagner's music is better than it sounds. - Mark Twain's Autobiography

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