Posts Tagged ‘Messiah’

From the Library: Handel & his Contemporaries

This day in 1685 saw the birth of Georg Frid­er­ic Han­del, one of the best-known com­posers of the Baroque era, and today we’ll be fea­tur­ing his music — includ­ing the famous Water Music and Fire­works suites and the Mes­si­ah — along with some care­­ful­­ly-cho­sen late Baroque con­tem­po­raries, such as Thomas Arne, John Blow, William Boyce, […]

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