These three types of vocal delivery remain valid, and are still used by composers in the same way as by Scarlatti.
Tell him he shall yet hear something good of Scarlatti's disciple.
Regarding the Scarlatti sonatas, suffice it to say here that with him the form still is in its primitive simplicity.
After that, whenever Scarlatti spoke of him he always made the sign of the Cross.
Handel, Scarlatti, and Mozart were all great harpsichord performers.
Scarlatti has been called the founder of modern pianoforte technique.
To them, the significance of the developments of Bach, Rameau, and Scarlatti in fingering means nothing.
Scarlatti, for instance, is especially loose in melodic structure.
That Scarlatti also pointed the way to the modern sonata, I have already said.
I am playing Scarlatti, which he is awfully particular with, and expect to have my head taken off.