What types of music did Handel write?
George Frederick Handel, composer of the Baroque Era -
Born - 23rd of February, 1685 in Halle, Germany
Died - 14th of April, 1759 in London, England
Buried in Westminster Abbey, London
Major works include - 47 Operas, 12 Concertos, 16 Oratorios.
Genres - Italianate operas, English oratorios.
Handel had lost his sight by the time he died.
Handel wrote music because it was his desire and he followed his dreams Read More
Handel wrote Music for the Royal Fireworks in 1749. Read More
he wrote in the Baroque Period in the History of Music :> Read More
baroque oratorios Read More
the piano and the violin Read More
No he wanted Handel to grow up to be a lawyer. He prevented Handel from playing music, but Handel played the Clavichord in the attic. When he was nine, the Duke heard Handel playing the organ, and pursuaded his father to let him pursue music. Read More
I believe that is Handel. I believe that is Handel. Read More
what did shakepeare and handel have in common Read More
its good music Read More
Georg Freidrich Handel (1685-1759) composed Baroque music. The Barqoue Era was between 1600-1750. Some of his music was borderline classical. Read More
They are two completely different people. Just because they both write music, doesn't make them the same. Handel was a baroque, German composer, and Mozart was a classical, Austrian composer. Their attitudes were different and pretty much the only thing they had in common was that they wrote music. Read More
Handel was always one to explore new musical developments. In Water Music, Handel introduced the French horn to the English Orchestra for the first time. Read More
Twenty nine. Among George Frideric Handel works, he composed 42 operas; 29 oratorios; more than 120 duets, trios and cantatas; chamber music, arias, church music; instrumental pieces, as well as 16 organ concertos. Read More
Handel wrote forty-two operas, twenty-nine oratorios, more than one hundred twenty cantatas, trios and duets, numerous arias, chamber music, a large number of ecumenical pieces, odes and serenatas, and sixteen organ concerti. Read More
George Handel did not write Messiah. A man named Charles Jennens did. But he sent the papers for Messiah around 1741. And his name is spelled George Frederick Handel. Read More
Handel never married because he believed he was married to music. Read More
He was deeply religious. But he did not write messiah. Read More
The most famous Water Music was composed by GF Handel. Read More
Messiah Read More
Yes, he can. Read More
It is about as 'program' as you can get. Read More