Laudate Dominum de Mozart y Aleluya de Haendel. Barbara Hendricks interpreta Laudate Dominum de W.A. Mozart, y la Capella Istropolitana interpreta el. Laudate Pueri Dominum HWV No 3 – A Solis Ortu, Handel, Sop · Alt, Ten, Bas, Sop Solo. Laudate Pueri Dominum HWV No 5 – Quis Sicut Dominus?. George Frideric Handel (composer ) – Play or download MIDI files from Classical Archives 2 midis. Laudate pueri Dominum, HWV 8 midis.

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George Frideric Handel 23 February — 14 April was a German—English Baroque composer who is famous for his operasoratorios and concerti grossi.

Handel’s compositions include 42 operas; 29 oratorios; more than cantatastrios and duets ; numerous arias ; chamber music ; a large number of ecclesiastical pieces; odes and serenatas ; and 16 organ concerti. His oratorio Messiahwith its “Hallelujah” chorus, is among the most famous Baroque works and is a popular choice for performances during the Christmas season.

Among Handel’s best-known instrumental works are the Concerti Grossi Opus 3 and dominuj “The Cuckoo and the Nightingale”, in which birds are heard calling during passages played in different keys representing the vocal ranges of two birds; and his 16 keyboard suites, especially The Harmonious Blacksmith. For example, Handel’s Messiah can be referred to as: Lauate works are opera seria in three acts, unless otherwise stated.

Handel wrote the following Latin church music including lajdate, Psalm settings, and antiphons: The following table details the sonatas for various solo instruments with keyboard accompaniment:.

Handel’s music was arranged by other composers. The arrangements included pasticcio, adaptations, and the inclusion of the work of other composers. From Wikipedia, the haendep encyclopedia.

List of operas by George Frideric Handel. Handel organ concertos Op. Sadie, Stanley ; Tyrrell, Johneds.

Water Music Music for the Royal Fireworks.

Laudate Dominum (George Frideric Handel)

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Friedrich Christian Feustkingafter G. Teatro San Giovanni GrisostomoVenice. Queen’s TheatreLondon. Giacomo Rossi, after Guarini. The version is 8a. The revised versions are designated 8c. The prologue Terpsicore added to the final version is 8b. Nicola Francesco Haymafter Philippe Quinault. Giacomo Rossi, after Plutarch. King’s TheatreLondon.

Paolo Antonio Rolli, after Silvio Stampiglia. Rolli, after Francesco Laaudate La costanza in trionfo. Haym, after Agostin Llaudate and Nicholas Pradon.

Haym, after Antonio Salvi, after Pierre Corneille. Haym, domiinum from Carlo Sigismondo Capece.

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After Capece, after Ludovico Ariosto ‘s Orlando furioso. Pasticciocomposed in Music entirely by Handel. Overture published in HG volume 48 p. After Salvi, after Ariosto’s Orlando Furioso. After Ariosto’s Orlando Furioso.

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Adapted from Apostolo Zeno ‘s Faramondo. Pasticcio, composed in Overture published in HG volume 48 page Theatre in Lincoln’s Inn FieldsLondon. Instrumental music for the revival of Ben Jonson’s play The Alchemist.

An arrangement, by an anonymous composer, of music from Handel’s opera Rodrigo. Three songs and a trio written as part of a private arrangement of John Milton’s masque Comus.

A masque which was written for an unproduced play by Tobias Smollett. Music composed between December and January Drury Lane TheatreLondon. Music composed in London, Il trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno. Based on Alexander Pope ‘s work. Based on Alexander Pope’s work. Sheldonian TheatreOxford. L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato.

Based on John Milton ‘s work. Joseph and his Brethren. The Choice of Hercules. The Triumph of Time and Truth. Aci, Galatea e Polifemo. Acis and Galatea masque. Cannonsnear London. Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne. Copied for Francesco Ruspoli Allor ch’io dissi addio.

Aure soavi e lieti. Variant insertion in “Cecilia, volgi un sguardo” 89for performances of Alexander’s Feast HWV 75, including music for the castrato Domenico Annibali. Clori, Tirsi e Fileno or Cor fedele in vano speri.


Rome, on or before 14 January Cardinal Pamphili ‘s palazzo. Libretto by Cardinal Benedetto Pamphili. Possibly composed in Hanover, It appeared in the cantata HWV Italy, July — September [3]. O lucenti, o sereni occhi. Ero e Leandro or Qual ti riveggio, oh Dio. Tra le fiamme Il consiglio. Slow middle section formed the basis for the final chorus of “Alcina” HWV 34 in The 2nd movement, “Nodi voi” can be found later in the Opus 1 sonatas and also in the concerti grossi as well as various operas and oratorios.

Thematic ideas from 2 movements used in “Messiah” HWV Libretto by Francesco de Lemene which appears under the title “Amor dorme” in his “Poesie Diverse.

Composed to celebrate the Duke of Cumberland’s defeat of the Jacobite forces at Culloden on 16 April London, Drury Lane Theatre. The Satyr’s Advice to a Stock-Jobber: Says my uncle, I pray you discover.

Misattributed to Handel; composed by Giovanni Battista Ferrandini — Dixit Dominus represents Handel’s earliest dated autograph, and it is the earliest surviving autograph from his large-scale compositions. Probably written for services held at the church of S. Maria di Monte Santo to celebrate the feast day of “Madonna del Carmine”.

Laudate pueri dominum in F major is Handel’s earliest surviving autograph. Might have been composed in Halle, Rome, 13 July laudatte Probably written for a grand Vespers service held at the church of S.

Rome, May — June Probably first performed on Trinity Sunday at Francesco Ruspoli ‘s private chapel. O be joyful in the Lord.