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Handel

George Frederick. German name Georg Friedrich Händel. 1685--1759, German composer, resident in England, noted particularly for his oratorios, including the Messiah (1741) and Samson (1743). Other works include over 40 operas, 12 concerti grossi, organ concertos, chamber and orchestral music, esp Water Music (1717)

Handel

(language)
An imperative language with primitives for controlling parallel programs.

Used by Wayne Luk for work in compilation of programs to hardware (FPGAs).
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Handel said, "He was more than gracious and he thanked me for a spirited campaign.
Ossoff is leading the younger vote, while seniors over 65 prefer Handel.
Harpsichord-playing Handel moved into 25 Brook Street, just off Regent Street in London's West End, in 1738.
Actualmente se acostumbran cada vez mas las versiones historicistas, en donde para empezar habria que cantar toda esta obra medio tono mas abajo, afinacion que utilizaba Handel, y restituir su orquestacion original prescindiendo de la hermosa de Mozart y sobre todo con instrumentos de la epoca barroca, pues interpretar musica de esa epoca es actualmente una especializacion.
That programme - punningly entitled Getting a Handel on the Jacobite Rebellions - will be performed by the Newcastle-based Avison Ensemble on Saturday September 4 in the impressive setting of Bamburgh Castle's Great Hall from 7.
The exhibition enhances the Foundling Museum's permanent social history displays as well as the rooms dedicated to Handel and William Hogarth, two patrons of the Foundling Hospital.
I often wonder how Handel would feel about these performances of the `Messiah,'" Clark said.
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Bill Handel, KFI-AM's (640) top-rated morning mouth, was suspended for a week following an obscenity-laced tirade on Jamie White's KYSR-FM 98.
From 1749 onwards, when Handel (even suffering later blindness) directed annual London performances, the work began to enter the international repertoire.