George Frideric Handel

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Noun1.George Frideric Handel - a prolific British baroque composer (born in Germany) remembered best for his oratorio Messiah (1685-1759)George Frideric Handel - a prolific British baroque composer (born in Germany) remembered best for his oratorio Messiah (1685-1759)
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On Monday, June 11, Taipei's Gloria Oratorio Choir will be presenting classics from G.F. Handel. For fans of classical music, it's a performance that is sure to delight.
The British element of the programme will include two pieces by G.F. Handel -- Sonato No 2 and Largo -- and the trio will play two pieces composed by Al Ghanem -- Samaee Ghanem, which was performed as a world premiere in St Christopher's Cathedral in 2014, and Intedhar, performed in November last year in Tromso Cathedral, Norway, to great acclaim.
Additionally, the Ensemble orchestra will perform two Concerti Grossi by G.F. Handel.
La Rejouissance by G.F. Handel, arranged for brass quintet by Andrew Heading.
G.F. Handel's "Dixit Dominus (Psalm 110)'' was written three centuries before Norwegian Ola Gjeilo composed the haunting "Sunrise: Symphonic Mass'' in 2008.
Prelude music included "Ave Verum Corpus" by Mozart, "Hornpipe" by G.F. Handel, and "Ave Maria" by Franz Schubert.
Some of the selections are The Cuckoo and the Nightingale concerto for organ and orchestra by G.F. Handel, The Raven lied for voice and piano by Franz Schubert, Dance of the Firebird for orchestral suite by Igor Stravinsky, and The Robin from Small Sketches of Birds by Olivier Messiaen.
Radamisto, however, is an exception" (notes to G.F. Handel, Radamisto, Freiburger Barockorchester/Nicholas McGegan, Harmonia Mundi France 907111.13, 1993, 16-17).
Bound in calf, with original central label to front board, reading 'MESSIAH / AN / ORATORIO / G.F. HANDEL / PART.2'.
Finch's first collection, Poems (1946), won a Governor General's Award, as did Acis in Oxford (1961), a series of meditations inspired by a performance of G.F. Handel's dramatic oratorio Acis and Galatea.
The British element of the programme will include two pieces by G.F. Handel -- Sonato No 2 and Largo -- and the trio will play two pieces composed by Ahmed Al Ghanem: Samaee Ghanem, which was performed as a world premiere in St Christopher's Cathedral in 2014, and Intedhar, performed in November last year in Tromso Cathedral, Norway to great acclaim.
The Messiah Project will perform Selections from the Easter portion of Messiah by G.F. Handel in the main sanctuary First Baptist Church 525 South Avenue, Springfield, MO at 7:00 PM Friday April 4, 2014.