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Homage to Christopher Hogwood

The early project of saladelcembalo.org (La Sala del Cembalo del caro Sassone) was started in late 2006 and the current page was the very first experiment, built few weeks later the meeting in Piazza del Popolo (Rome) with our friend Christopher Hogwood - the illustrious harpsichordist, director and musicologist of UK. At that time, unfortunately, we had no good audio equipment to record the harpsichord music, even if we think this page is the best way to dedicate the oldest recordings by Fernando De Luca to our great inspirer!

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Giuseppe Vasi, Piazza del Popolo, 1752

George Frideric Handel
(1685-1759)

Trascription for harpsichord by Fernando De Luca

Sonata "Il Parnaso"

Adagio (from Flute Sonata)
Allegro
(from Messiah)
Larghetto
(from Harp Concerto)
Ground
(from Athalia/Parnasso)
Minuet I/II
(from Watermusic)
Allegro
(from Organ Concerto)

Fernando De Luca

harpsichordist and baroque composer of XXI century

Sonata in sol minore "L'Aspide di Cleopatra"

Andante
Allegro
Aria
(*)
Minuetto

(*) music transcribed and adapted by F. De Luca after the Handel "PiangerĂ² la sorte mia" from Giulio Cesare (1724)

Music recorded in Rome, on 20 November 2006 ("Il Parnaso") and 5 December 2006 ("L'Aspide di Cleopatra")

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