チェンバロのためのソナタ集 Vol. 1 

  Domenico Scarlatti
 Sonatas for Harpsichord Vol. 1

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辰巳 美納子(チェンバロ)
Minako Tatsumi, harpsichord

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[1] ソナタ ト長調 K. 201
[2] ソナタ 変ロ長調 K. 202
[3] ソナタ ホ短調 K. 203
[4] ソナタ ニ長調 K. 118
[5] ソナタ ニ長調 K. 119
[6] ソナタ ロ短調 K. 197
[7] ソナタ ハ長調 K. 143
[8] ソナタ ト短調 K. 546
[9] ソナタ ト長調 K. 547
[10] フーガ ニ短調 K. 41
[11] ソナタ ロ短調 K. 87
[12] ソナタ ハ長調 K. 460
[13] ソナタ ハ長調 K. 461

辰巳 美納子(チェンバロ)

〈録音〉2021年5月4-6日 高崎芸術劇場 音楽ホール


辰巳 美納子(チェンバロ)


Domenico Scarlatti(1685-1757):

[1] Sonata in G major, K. 201: Vivo
[2] Sonata in B-flat major, K. 202: Allegro
[3] Sonata in E minor, K. 203: Vivo non molto
[4] Sonata in D major, K. 118: Non presto
[5] Sonata in D major, K. 119: Allegro
[6] Sonata in B minor, K. 197: Andante
[7] Sonata in C major, K. 143: Allegro
[8] Sonata in G minor, K. 546: Cantabile
[9] Sonata in G major, K. 547: Allegro
[10] Fuga in D minor, K. 41: Andante Moderato
[11] Sonata in B minor, K. 87
[12] Sonata in C major, K. 460: Allegro
[13] Sonata in C major, K. 461: Allegro

Recording Location: Takasaki City Theatre Concert Hall, 4-6 May 2021

Minako Tatsumi, harpsichord

Minako Tatsumi studied harpsichord at Tokyo University of the Arts receiving both Undergraduate and Master degrees. In 1991, she won the top prize in the 5th Competition for Early Music in Yamanashi and an award at the 3rd Tochigi ‘Kuranomachi’ music festival. She subsequently won a Dutch government scholarship to study at the Sweelinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam and graduated with a Soloist Diploma. Minako studied harpsichord with Mitsugu Yamada, Masaaki Suzuki, Anneke Uittenbosch and Gustav Leonhardt. She has also studied the organ and fortepiano. She has enjoyed a varied performance career, and since her return to Japan she has appeared as a soloist on NHK-FM and NHK-BS, and has performed and made recordings both as soloist and basso continuo player on both harpsichord and organ with Bach Collegium Japan, the New Japan Philharmonic, Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa, Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, the Nagoya Philharmonic, the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, Kobe City Chamber Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Gunma Symphony Orchestra, the Kanagawa Philharmonic, the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and many others. She is well known as a sensitive, freely expressive and supportive continuo player who is trusted by conductors and colleagues. Her solo performances garner praise for their rich expression backed up by deep thought and analysis.
Her recordings include Bach’s Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue and the Italian Concerto (Record Geijutsu magazine Tokusenban [editor’s special choice]), the complete Bach Partitas (Record Geijutsu Tokusenban), the Goldberg-Variationen (Record Geijutsu Tokusenban), a collection of Frescobaldi keyboard music (Record Geijutsu Jun-tokusenban [special merit]), and many others.