41-50 of 92 videos of music composed by George Frideric Handel

Handel - Zadok the Priest (BEST VERSION EVER !!!)
Handel - Zadok the Priest (BEST VERSION EVER !!!) WITH LYRICS! Coronation Anthem No. 1 by George Frideric Handel Chapions League Theme Song Zadok the priest, and Nathan the prophet anointed Solomon king. And all the people rejoic'd, rejoiced and said: God save the king! Long live the king! May the king live for ever! Amen! Amen! Alleluia! Zadok der Priester und Nathan der seher erhöh'ten Salomos Thron. Und alles Volk rings frohlockt, frohlocket und rief: Gott sei dein Schild, Heil sei mit dir! Heil dem König auf ewig! Amen! Amen! Alleluia!
Handel - "Water Music" Suite in D/G Major HWV349/350 (1)
Handel - "Water Music" Suite in D/G Major HWV349/350 (1) GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (1685-1759) Orchestral suite for flute, two oboes, bassoon, two horns, two trumpets, strings and basso continuo in D/G major HWV349/350 "Water Music" [1.] [Ouverture] [2.] Alla Hornpipe *The Water Music is a collection of orchestral movements, often considered as three suites, composed by George Frideric Handel. It premiered in the summer of 1717 (July 17, 1717) when King George I requested a concert on the River Thames. The concert was performed by 50 musicians playing on a barge close to the royal barge from which the King listened with some close friends (including the Duchess of of Bolton, the Duchess of Newcastle, the Countess of Godolphin, Madam Kilmarnock, and the Earl of Orkney). George I was said to have loved it so much that he ordered the exhausted musicians to play the suites three times on the trip. The music in each of the suites has no set order today. When the suite was played for the King, slow, often soft music was played when the King's boat and the orchestra's boat were close together, while louder, brisk passages were played when the boats drifted apart. This performance follows Samuel Arnold's first edition of the complete score in 1788 and the manuscript copies dating from Handel's lifetime. Therefore, the Suite in D and the Suite in G are mixed together. Performed by The King's Consort Conducted by Robert King
Handel - Serse "Ombra mai fu" - Lorraine Hunt-Lieberson
Handel - Serse "Ombra mai fu" - Lorraine Hunt-Lieberson "Ombra mai fu" from Serse/Xerxes, HWV40 by George Frideric Handel Libretto: ?; After Silvio Stampiglia, 1694, from Niccolo Minato, 1654 Composed: 26 December 1737 - 14 February 1738 Score (without the recitative): Premiere: 15 April 1738: London, King's Theatre, Haymarket (5 performances to 2 May) Premiere Cast: (Conductor: - ) Serse (soprano castrato): Gaetano Majorano (Caffarelli) Arsamene (alto): Maria Antonia Marchesini (La Lucchesina) Amastre (contralto): Antonia Maria Merighi Romilda (soprano): Elisabeth Duparc (La Francesina) Atalanta (soprano): Margherita Chimenti (La Droghierina) Ariodate (bass): Antonio Montagnana Elviro (bass): Antonio Lottini In this recording: Lorraine Hunt-Lieberson Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightenment Conductor: Harry Bicket Label: AVIE Records Recorded: 24, 26 August 2003, Blackheath Concert Halls, London (Theodora and Serse) A review on this recording: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Serse (Xerxes, HWV40) is an opera seria by George Frideric Handel. The libretto is adapted by an unknown hand from that by Silvio Stampiglia for an earlier opera of the same name by Giovanni Bononcini. Stampiglia's libretto was itself based on one by Nicolò Minato that was set by Francesco Cavalli in 1654. Serse is considered Handel's most Mozartian opera, and one of his finest. Passion is mixed with farce and satire; the folly of human nature is exposed but never ...
Handel - Concerto Grosso in B Minor HWV330 - Mov. 3-5/5
Handel - Concerto Grosso in B Minor HWV330 - Mov. 3-5/5 GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (1685-1759) Concerto grosso for two violins, cello, strings and basso continuo in B minor Op. 6 No. 12 HWV330 3. Larghetto, e piano 4. Largo 5. Allegro Performed by the Academy of Ancient Music Directed by Andrew Manze *The third movement of this concerto was used briefly during the scene where Elizabeth Swan (Keira Knightly) falls from the fort into ocean near the beginning of "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl"
Julia Hamari - GF Handel "Giulio Cesare" Act l, Cornelia "Nel tuo
Julia Hamari - GF Handel "Giulio Cesare" Act l, Cornelia "Nel tuo GF Handel "Giulio Cesare" Act l, Cornelia "Nel tuo seno, amico sasso" Julia Hamari - Cornelia Karl Richter - Conductor Recording -April 1969 Paintings - Guido Reni (1575 1642) -Special thanks to andrea585ny for her continuous support. Julia Hamari (1942- ) was born in Budapest, Hungary. She is one of the leading oratorio and Lieder performers of her generation, known for her musicality and rich, full tone. She is particularly admired for her Bach performances and has taken the alto part in almost 30 of Rilling's recordings of the complete Bach cantata. She first studied voice with Fatime Martins and Jeno Sipos, continuing her studies at the Budapest Academy of Music. In 1954, she won the Erkel competition and studied for several years at the Stuttgart Hochschule für Musik. Her concert debut was in 1966 as the alto soloist in Bach's St. Matthew Passion in a Vienna performance. That launched her concert and Lieder career, which has taken place largely in Europe, though she made her United States debut in 1967 with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. She also made her opera debut the same year as Mercedes in Bizet's Carmen and since then has appeared, primarily with the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, in various Baroque and Classical operas. In 1989, she returned to Stuttgart as a professor. Guido Reni (1575 - 1642) was an Italian painter of high-Baroque style. Born in Bologna into a family of musicians, Guido Reni was the son of Daniele Reni and Ginevra de Pozzi. As a child of nine, he ...
Fritz Wunderlich Handel: Xerxes "Ombra mai fu" (Largo)
Fritz Wunderlich Handel: Xerxes "Ombra mai fu" (Largo) Vinyl Fritz Wunderlich Handel: Xerxes "Ombra mai fu" (Largo) Handel: Xerxes "Ombra ma fu" (Largo) Fritz Wunderlich, lyric tenor an operbathosa video Friedrich "Fritz" Karl Otto Wunderlich (September 26, 1930 September 17, 1966) was a German lyric tenor, born in Kusel in the Rhineland. His mother was a violinist and his father was a choir-master. For a short time, the family kept the inn "Emrichs Bräustübl". Fritz's father lost his job due to pressure imposed upon him by local Nazis, in addition to suffering from a severe battlefield injury. He committed suicide when Fritz was five years old. The story regarding Wunderlich's discovery parallels many of his contemporaries (notably Nicolai Gedda and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau). As a young man Wunderlich worked in a bakery. At the insistence of neighbors and passers-by who had witnessed his musical gifts and beautiful voice, Wunderlich decided to begin studies in music. He managed to obtain a scholarship in order to pursue his studies at the Freiburg College of Music where he studied French horn and voice. Wunderlich was soon noted as a brilliant young tenor, especially in Mozartian roles, but he later expanded his reach to the full range of the lyric tenor repertoire. It was the fashion during Wunderlich's career for German theaters to perform operas in the local rather than original language. Therefore, most of his recordings of the standard operatic repertoire are sung in German, including Verdi's Rigoletto and Don Carlos ...
GF Handel - Air - Water Music Suite (1) - 1717 - Wedding Music
GF Handel - Air - Water Music Suite (1) - 1717 - Wedding Music George Frideric Handel - Air - Water Music Suite (1) in F Major - HWV 348 (Adagio). Played on Electronic Keyboard in Synthesised Soft Organ Mode by Miss Denise Erica Hewitt. Opening Title and Credits Photo shows the famous Isle of Wight Needles, England, taken during Denise from Alum Bay. This is a perfect romantic processional instrumental song for church weddings & marriages too and may be played during the signing of the wedding register by the newly married couple!
LARGO from Opera Xerxes - GF Handel ORGAN Solo
LARGO from Opera Xerxes - GF Handel ORGAN Solo Largo from the Opera ' Xerxes ' by George Friedrich Handel. This is a short version I found in a Hymn book and actually written in the Key of ' F ', it is a little different than the original score as you can hear, but nice. Written as a Hymn. *** Please use your Headphones when listening to hear the nice bass - Enjoy. Thank you for visiting my video's. Lance ♫
Hallelujah Chorus - GF Handel
Hallelujah Chorus - GF Handel George Frideric Handel's Hallelujah Chorus from his oratorio The Messiah. It is common in performances of this piece for the audience to stand while the Hallelujah is being sung. This is reportedly because at the oratorio's premier in 1742 the present King George II stood up as this section started. Royal protocol dictates that all others must stand and thus a tradition was born (apparently!) His majesty could have stood for various reasons namely he was so moved by the music he wanted to give his appreciation or that he was signifying his obedience to the ultimate 'King of Kings' as the work described. Of course it could have been that his leg had fallen asleep!
George Frederic Handel - 'For Unto Us a Child is Born' from "The
George Frederic Handel - 'For Unto Us a Child is Born' from "The Performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus.