Have you ever heard my transcription of the Sonata K.209 by Domenico Scarlatti? Well, if you didn’t, then you should definitely check the great recording of Flavio Nati! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQgKNRBXX7w
Many Scarlatti’s Sonatas are meant to be played in couple (or even in group of three). The K.209 is the twin-sonata of the K.208 (transcribed by me and published by Chanterelle some years ago). In this Sonata K.209, I held the same tonality and tuning of the K.208 in order to enable these sonatas to be played in succession without any break. The tonality of D major fits better with the sparkling and crispy character of this movement. The score is fully fingered so I hope you’ll enjoy it!!!