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Handel - Water Music Suite No. 2 in D Mayor Alla Hornpipe
Handel - Water Music Suite No. 2 in D Mayor Alla Hornpipe Primer concierto de la Joven Orquesta del Club Argentino (J.O.C.A.) en el teatro municipal de la ciudad de Bahía Blanca, Argentina. Director: Mtro. Gustavo G. Gallo George Frederic Handel (1685-1759) Water Music, Suite No. 2 en Re Mayor, HWV 349 Alla Hornpipe *************************************** The J.O.C.A. student orchestra was formed on August 25th 2007 in Bahia Blanca, Argentina. Here you can watch our first performance in our local theatre. Director:Gustavo G. Gallo George Frederic Handel (1685-1759) Water Music, Suite No. 2 in D Mayor, HWV 349 Alla Hornpipe
Hallelujah - GF Handel Messiah - Bethany College Choir
Hallelujah - GF Handel Messiah - Bethany College Choir Hallelujah - Bethany College Choir - G.F. Handel "Messiah" - Performed December 10, 2006, St. Joeseph Cathedral, Wheeling, WV - Part of the Messiah Performance by the Bethany College Choir - Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia.
Georg Friedrich Händel: Royal Fireworks Overture [City of Prague Ph
Georg Friedrich Händel: Royal Fireworks Overture [City of Prague Ph EPIC ORCHESTRA, including Royal Fireworks and Ma Vlast -- Download for $8.99 at: emhclassicalmusic.bandcamp.com... Facebook.com -- Like us! Listen to more incredible works and download albums! *** The EMH Classical Music Library was created with the belief that there could be better recordings of the world's classical music. The result is a collection of over 200 cuts featuring the great classical works such as Vivaldi's Four Seasons, Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture, Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, and Symphony 40 as well as excerpts from Dvorak's New World Symphony and Handel's Messiah, just to name a few. The EMH Classical Music Library is adding brand new recordings all the time. Listen to the audio CDs or find a way to hear it in Surround. Classical music never sounded like this! -------------------------- Listen online, purchase and download via www.EMHClassicalMusic.com. Sunday Morning Classics Series available via Deseret Book at www.DeseretBook.com. Inspirational Classics for a Peaceful Day: Sunday Morning with Bach, Sunday Morning with Beethoven, Sunday Morning with Classical Piano, Sunday Morning With Handel, Sunday Morning With Mozart, Sunday Morning With String Quartet. All pieces available in 24bit/96k 5.1 Surround and Stereo, wet and dry. Follow EMH on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook: Twitter.com/EMHClassical and Facebook.com/EMHClassicalMusic
Handel - Water Music Suite in DG Major HWV349350 1
Handel - Water Music Suite in DG Major HWV349350 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
GF Handel - Rinaldo "Cara sposa" Andreas Scholl
GF Handel - Rinaldo "Cara sposa" Andreas Scholl George Frideric Handel Rinaldo, HWV 7 "Cara sposa" Rinaldo's aria from act I, sc.7 Premiere Cast, February 24, 1711: Rinaldo: Nicolo Grimaldi, castrato Eustazio: Valentino Urbani, castrato Armida: Elisabetta Pilotti-Schiavonetti, soprano Almirena: Isabella Girardeau, soprano Goffredo: Francesca Vanini-Boschi, contralto Argante: Giuseppe Boschi, bass In this video: Andreas Scholl, countertenor Accademia Bizantina Direction: Ottavio Dantone Live performance from Festival de Musique de Dresde, 12 May, 2008 Rinaldo sings this aria after his fiancee Almirena is abducted by the sorceress Armida. "Rinaldo was first produced at the Queen's (later King's) Theatre in the Haymarket on 24 February 1711. It was Handel's first opera for London, and also the first Italian opera specifically composed for the London stage. The concept of opera as a wholly sung musical drama was still new in Britain, and through the first successful production was an English version of Giovanni Bononcini's Camilla in 1706, the popularity of Italian singers — especially the sensational castrati — swiftly established opera in the Italian language as the standard form. ... Synopsis The action is set at the time of the First Crusade (1096--99). Christian forces led by Goffredo (Godfrey of Bouillon) are laying siege to the city of Jerusalem, held by the Saracen king Argante. With Goffredo are his brother Eustazio and his daughter Almirena, who is in love with the Christian knight Rinaldo. Argante is supported ...
Händel - Sarabande (Classical Trance)
Händel - Sarabande (Classical Trance) Händel - Sarabande Classical Trance Produced & Mixed By Geert Huinink & Alco Lammers
Handel-Xerxes - Overture and "Ombra mai fu" - Ann Murray
Handel-Xerxes - Overture and "Ombra mai fu" - Ann Murray 1.credits and overture 2."May the Fates be kind under thy shade" 3."listen! They are playing such sweet music" "Oh hark--Oh hark, all ye wounded" (part) yes, it's done in English translation "Some imbecilities, and the temerity of Xerxes (such as his being deeply enamour'd with a plane tree, and the building a bridge over the Hellespont to unite Asia to Europe) are the basis of the story," says the introduction to the original libretto. "The rest is fiction." by Georg Friedrich Händel
Handel - Messiah "He was despised" Alfred Deller
Handel - Messiah "He was despised" Alfred Deller Hi-res & stereo: www.youtube.com George Frideric Handel Messiah, HWV 56 (1741) Oratorio in three acts Aria #23: "He Was Despised" From act 2, aria for Alto solo libretto by Charles Jennens Messiah (HWV 56) is an oratorio by George Frideric Handel based on a libretto by Charles Jennens. Composed in the summer of 1741 and premiered in Dublin on the 13 April 1742, Messiah is Handel's most famous creation and is among the most popular works in the Western choral literature. The very well known chorus, Hallelujah, is part of Handel's Messiah. Handel composed Messiah in just 24 days. Handel conducted Messiah many times and, as was his custom, often altered the music to suit the needs of the singers and orchestra he had available to him for each performance. In consequence, no single version can be regarded as the "authentic" one. Many more variations and rearrangements were added in subsequent centuries—a notable arrangement was one by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, translated into German. Messiah is scored for SATB soloists, SATB chorus, 2 oboes, 2 bassoons, 2 trumpets, timpani, strings, and basso continuo. The Mozart arrangement expands the orchestra to 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani, strings, and organ. The libretto was compiled by Charles Jennens and consists of fragments of verses from the King James Bible. For the full article in more detail on Messiah: en.wikipedia.org Text: He was despised and rejected of men, a man of ...
GF Händel - Alcina / Tornami a vagheggiar
GF Händel - Alcina / Tornami a vagheggiar GF Händel - Alcina / Tornami a vagheggiar Anat Edri - Sopran The Israeli Early Music Project The IEMP was founded in 2006 by a group of early music students of the Jerusalem Academy of Music, in order to promote the historical performance of early music (c. 1850 and before) on period instruments by presenting its' programs to a wide and diverse audience both in Israel and abroad. The ensemble modulates by the program needs and from time to time also offers an interactive program for children of disadvantaged backgrounds as well as a series of concerts all over the country. The ensemble has won twice in a row (2007-2008) the Academy's chamber music competition, has performed in many of Israel's most important halls and festivals as well as concerts in Belgium, Germany and the UK. It's recordings can be heard on Kol Hamusika - the Israeli classical radio station. As most of the members are studying in central universities and conservatories in Europe, they still meets in Israel for 2-4 programs per year with an intensive rehearsal period followed by a concert tour.
George Frideric Händel - Fireworks Music
George Frideric Händel - Fireworks Music Esta pieza de Händel, compuesta por dos partes (La Paix y la Réjouissance) fue compuesta por Handel para presenciar los fuegos artificiales.
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