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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This exhibition of more than eighty of the Chicago-based artist's works will highlight her commitment to painstaking process as well as to the invention of platforms for others: Grabner will hang some of her paintings on backdrops made by Gaylen Gerber, and exhibitions by Karl Haendel, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Amanda Ross-Ho, and Michael Smith will be mounted in an on-site replica of the Suburban--the project space run by Grabner and Brad Killam adjacent to their Oak Park home.
In the dropdown menus, Anton Bruckner, Georg Friedrich Haendel [sic], conductor William Christie, and pianist Evgeny Kissin appear as both composer and artist.
Vasilevsky NA, Brush MH, Paddock H, Ponting L, Tripathy SJ, LaRocca GM, Haendel MA.
OEuvres choisies pour orgue, IV: Arrangements d'apres des chorals protestants allemands, pieces spirituelles de caractere, oeuvres dans le style de Johann Sebastian Bach et Georg Fried-rich Haendel. (Arrangements based on German Protestant Hymns, Sacred Character Pieces, Works in the Style of Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frederick Handel).
Paul Tortelier is somewhat throaty and fraught in the sensuously Mediterranean Cello Concerto (Lynn Harrell's plangent lyricism with Rattle and the CBSO is hard to surpass), and Ida Haendel is grippingly passionate in the Violin Concerto.