Incidental MusicThe theme, space and closing music is performed by Joe DiMarino who has a mission to bring the harpsichord and its music to new audiences.
The music you hear was composed by Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757).
The pieces are excerpts from:
- Opening: Sonata in D major, K. 512
- Breaks: Sonata in C major, K. 159
- Closing: Sonata in F major, K. 151
Category Archives: Event Report
118 different people played 53 games of Puerto Rico this year. This was an increase of 8 people, but a decrease of 6 games over last year’s tournament. This was due to the lack of a quaterfinal round. That was … Continue reading
110 different people played 59 games of Puerto Rico this year. This was an increase of 10 people and 20 games over last year’s tournament. Thanks everyone for your support! Congratulations Kevin! In a close final game, Brad Sherwood edged … Continue reading
100 different people played 49 games of Puerto Rico to determine that Kevin Walsh is the 2016 champion. Congratulations Kevin! 2nd through 6th place are: Ben Scholl, Devin Smith, Aran Warszawski, Nathan Wagner & Jason Levine
115 different people played 60 games of Puerto Rico to determine that Ben Scholl is the 2015 champion. Congratulations Ben! Here I am with the finalists:
132 different people played 59 games of Puerto Rico to determine that Raphael Philbert-Larivee is the champion. Here I am with the finalists: Below are the final player boards at the end of the game: The tournament has 3 preliminary … Continue reading
Results from the WBC 2013 Puerto Rico Tournament will appear here. Starting with a transcript of the final game and pictures of the players’ final boards, followed by the long version of the event report written by your humble host … Continue reading
In the “better late than never” category, I have finally finished and published the write up of the 2011 WBC Yspahan Tournament Final Game. I think it is a good example of how the game is played by great players, … Continue reading
Not only did I attend Total Confusion 25 in Mansfield, I also worked as the #2 Minion for boardgaming. Thanks to Rob Kircher’s experience and discipline, the events were organized and on time. Participation was up from previous years and … Continue reading