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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)

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This essay collection arises from events organized by an interdisciplinary "Cluster of Excellence" at the Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat, Munster, marking the 250th anniversary of Handels death.
Finnish property investor Citycon Oyj said on Friday (25 May) that it has agreed to acquire the Swedish real estate company Balticgruppen Handels AB from Balticgruppen AB.
Handel is survived by an immense body of source material.
This revised volume of the Hallische H[ddot{a}]ndel-Ausgal'e (the collected critical edition of George Frideric Handel's works, hereafter HHA) is meant to supplant the edition by Hans-Peter Schmitz of works for flute and recorder with continuo originally issued as series 4, volume 3 in 1955.
The latest book by David Hunter, densely written and very well documented, appeared after the author, who is the music librarian at the University of Texas at Austin, wrote almost thirty entries for The Cambridge Handel Encyclopedia (edited by Annette Landgraf and David Vickers [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009]).
The relationship between Jane and her mother is open, honest, and positive, but her friends seem to focus entirely too much on attracting the attention of boys and playing the "game." Handel is charming but secretive, thoughtful yet unrefined.
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.
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.
George Frideric Handel's Ad, Galatea e Polifemo, composed in Naples, 1708, tells basically the same story as his musically unrelated Acis and Galatea, composed ten years later in England.
With the publication of this volume, the Hallische Handel-Ausgabe (HHA) completes its three-volume edition of "cantatas with instruments" by George Frideric Handel. Among his least-known works, the cantatas form the backbone of Handel's compositional activity during his years in Italy and first years in London (1706--11).
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.
With more than 8,700 surviving leaves of music in George Frideric Handel's hand, it is astonishing that the task of cataloguing Handel's autograph manuscripts has ever been undertaken.