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George Frederick Handel. Biography by Rovi Staff. An internationally known German composer and keyboard virtuoso, Handel has written more than 40 Italian operas, chamber music, church music.
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George Frideric Handel (German: Georg Friedrich Händel; pronounced ) (23 February 1685 - 14 April 1759) was a German-British Baroque composer.
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George Frideric Handel composed operas, oratorios and instrumentals. His 1741 work, 'Messiah,' is among the most famous oratorios in history. Baroque composer George Frideric Handel was born in Halle, Germany, in 1685. In 1705 he made his debut as an opera composer with Almira. He produced several operas with the Royal Academy of Music in England before forming the New Royal Academy of Music in 1727. When Italian operas fell out of fashion, he started composing oratorios, including his most famous, Messiah. Back in London, Handel organized a subscription season for 1743 that consisted exclusively of oratorios. The series opened with Handel’s composition Samson, to great audience acclaim. Samson was eventually followed by a run of Handel’s beloved Messiah. Handel continued to compose a long string of oratorios throughout the remainder of his life and career.
George Frideric Handel was a German born composer (original spelling "Georg Friedrich Händel") who moved to Britain and settled there, becoming closely associated with British baroque music and in particular the music he composed for the British morarchy.
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George Frideric Handel. Handel is one of the greatest opera composers the world has ever known, whose psychological insight and deep humanity, together with his genius as a composer and outstanding gift as a melodist resulted in works which in no essential respect are bound just to their own time. We know Messiah, the Water Music, the so-called ‘Handel’s Largo’ – mistakenly confused by the late comedian Tony Hancock as a brand of light ale – which does indeed derive from one of his operas, a handful of arias from the oratorios and the Fireworks Music. It’s hardly surprising that Handel, engaged in proving himself a man of the theatres, should next decide to go to Italy between 1706 and 1710, the fountainhead of Baroque art and the home of opera. Rome was a centre for artists throughout Europe.
Louis-François Roubiliac's statue of George Frideric Handel is a work of 1738 in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. It was commissioned by the impresario Jonathan Tyers for his famous pleasure gardens in London, Vauxhall Gardens. The composer is shown in the guise of Orpheus, holding a lyre. Despite the classical allusion, he wears informal contemporary dress: a soft cap, a long shirt open at the neck, a full loose gown, and slippers, one of which lies beneath his right foot.
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