Previous writings about Handel
were concerned not only with factual accuracy but also imagery, import, and meaning.
In applying the history of the Jewish revolt against the Seleucids to factious Britain and its enemy France, the librettist of Judas Maccabeus, Thomas Morell, an eminent biblical and classical scholar, structured the oratorio on elaborate and neat parallels (see the article on the oratorio in the Cambridge Handel
The bibliographical encyclopaedia Handel
und seine Zeitgenossen itself is a remarkable reference work providing a fresh picture of Handel
's life and the man himself, as complete, probably, as we can ever hope to achieve.
"expects to end the 1999 business year with a significant loss", the company said in a statement.
The manuscript copies were generally derived from sources close to Handel
and often written by his own copyists.
Rodelinda was written by George Frideric Handel
at the height of his powers, the third in a trio of great works (the others being Giulio Cesare and Tamerlano) premiered by London's Royal Academy of Music between February 1724 and February 1725.
Until recently, little was known about the origin of Aci, Galatea e Polifemo, Handel
inscribed the final page of his autograph "Napoli Ii 16 di Giugnio.
CSC Pharmaceuticals Handels
GmbH, headquartered in Vienna, Austria, is a pharmaceutical company specializing in the commercialization of pharmaceutical products in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.
AB, which is active with selling of cushions for furniture, was earlier a subsidiary to Hefa AB, which New Wave Group acquired during 1998.
The tragically early death of Bernd Baselt in 1993 robbed the music world of one of its most outstanding Handel
scholars, a man of exceptional industry and no less exceptional modesty.
stated, "Newly formed, AMP Medizintechnik Handels
, is already employing many of the former managers, sales professionals, and service personnel from AVL Medical Instruments AG, who have an intimate knowledge of the clinical laboratory market in Eastern Europe.
While previous catalogues of Handel
's manuscripts are essentially lists of contents of collections in separate libraries (most notably William Barclay Squire, Catalogue of the King's Music Library: Part I, The Handel
Manuscripts, [London: The British Museum, 1927], and J.