The prestigious Italian piano-making company Fazioli has started a series called Fazioli@Home during the pandemic, inviting both professionals and amateurs who own Fazioli pianos worldwide to submit short videos of themselves performing.
Carol Leone, professor and chair of piano studies at Meadows, responded with a performance of Scarlatti’s Sonata in G Major, K14, composed in 1738.
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4 thoughts on “Quarantine Performance: Music Prof Carol Leone Plays Scarlatti”
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Barnaby Fitzgerald, that is the perfect metaphor!
Thank you, I love your description of this bubbly piece, Barnaby!
That was LOVELY! Thank you.