The Cambridge Companion to Handel
Donald Burrows, Professor of Music Donald Burrows, Jonathan Cross, Burrows Donald
Cambridge University Press, 4 dic. 1997 - 349 páginas
Handel is recognized as one of the principal creative figures in Baroque music. In this Companion acknowledged experts on Handel make their expertise accessible to the interested general reader and music lover. All the genres in which Handel composed are considered including oratorio, chamber cantata, opera, and church music, as well as works for the keyboard and orchestra. The wide-ranging essays cover topics from Handel's composing methods to his treatment of the Italian language and matters of performance practice.
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Introduction Donald Burrows
Germany education and apprenticeship John Butt 11
Italy political and musical contexts Carlo Vitali 24
Handels London political social and intellectual contexts
Handel and the Italian language Terence Best 227
Handel and the orchestra Mark W Stahura 238
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