Georg Friedrich Handel


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for Georg Friedrich Handel

a prolific British baroque composer (born in Germany) remembered best for his oratorio Messiah (1685-1759)

References in periodicals archive ?
WORCESTER - The four heaviest hitters of the Baroque era - Georg Philipp Telemann, Henry Purcell, Georg Friedrich Handel and Johann Sebastian Bach - were up to bat Saturday night in the First Baptist Church's Gordon Hall.
The Czech Supraphon company's Talich project, launched in 2005, continues this year with its 14th disc, which offers us a true rarity: pieces by the German Baroque masters Georg Friedrich Handel and Johann Sebastian Bach.
2004-2005 Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcast Season Schedule 2004 COMPOSER OPERA ON-AIR Dec 11 Giuseppe Verdi I Vespri Siciliani 1:30 Dec 18 Richard Wagner Tannhauser 1:00 Dec 25 Leos Janacek Kat a Kabanova 1:30 2005 COMPOSER OPERA ON-AIR Jan 1 Georg Friedrich Handel Rodelinda 1:00 Jan 8 Giuseppe Verdi Otello 1:30 Jan 15 Complete Opera from Met Archives--TBD 1:30 Jan 22 Complete Opera from Met Archives--TBD 1:30 Jan 29 Giacomo Puccini Turandot 1:00 Feb 5 Claude Debussy Pelleas et Melisande 1:30 Feb 12 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro 1:30 Feb 19 Giacomo Puccini La Boheme 1:30 Feb 26 Giuseppe Verdi Nabucco 1:30 Mar 5 Camille Saint-Saens Samson et Dalila 1:30 Mar 12 Gioachino Rossini II Barbiere di Siviglia 1:30 Mar 19 Giuseppe Verdi Don Carlo 1:00 Mar 26 P.
Their son, Georg Friedrich Handel, was born on February 23rd, 1685, a citizen of Brandenburg-Prussia and subject of its ruler, Frederick William `The Great Elector'.
In a sense (flashing back to the moment in 1711 when another expatriate, Georg Friedrich Handel, made Italian opera the rage of London) the lingual style debate has turned full cycle.
For the relationship between the libretto of Teofane and the 1723 London libretto of Ottone, see I libretti italiani di Georg Friedrich Handel e le loro fonti, ed.
Cosa que no les sucedio a otros de sus contemporaneos, por ejemplo Georg Friedrich Handel y Arcangelo Corelli, cuyos cuerpos merecieron espacios reconocibles y de privilegio--el primero en 1759, en la Abadia de Westminster, y el segundo en 1713, en el Panteon de Roma.
Contemporaneo de Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Friedrich Handel (Halle, Alemania, 1685-Londres, Inglaterra, 1759) aparece como otra de las grandes figuras indiscutibles del barroco musical, y a diferencia de su compatriota quien practicamente permanecio toda su vida sin salir de Alemania, el autor de El Mesias completo su formacion a lo largo de sus muchos viajes por Europa como dotado violinista y clavecinista.
John Nelson will conduct the festival orchestra, choir and soloists in L'Allegro, Il Penseroso ed il Moderato by Georg Friedrich Handel at 8 p.
Ahnenerbe," the Rosenberg Bureau and his "Sonderstab Musik," how the composer Georg Friedrich Handel was viewed, and the then rabid quest for "Germanness" in music, which, after all, may be regarded as a variation on the racial theme.
Al acercarse descubrio a un grupo de ejecutantes dirigidos por Georg Friedrich Handel, quien 7 anos antes habia perdido su empleo de maestro de capilla en la corte del propio Jorge por ausentarse sin permiso.