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Where was the composer George Frederick Handel born?

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2008-10-04 03:15:15
2008-10-04 03:15:15

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.

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