Organ concertos, Op. 4 (Handel)

Jephtha (HWV 70) is an oratorio () by George Frideric Handel with an English language libretto by the Rev. Thomas Morell, based on the story of Jephtha in Judges (Chapter 11) and Jephthes sive votum (Jeptha or the Vow) () by George seat1500.tker: George Frideric Handel.

In the sense trade influenced by from Middle Low German handelen and German handeln. Probably between 10—11 October Everybody was easy and seemed pleased. Handel was buried in Westminster Abbey. Tune the soft melodious lute.

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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 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. Lawrence, Whitchurch , London. Also considered a Canticle. Transcribed for orchestra by Edward Elgar in as the Overture in D minor , and by Stokowski in The overture was later reused in Handel's oboe concerto No. Two movements added later. As pants the hart. Orchestrated version of HWV a. Scored for organ and basso continuo alone. There is no evidence that the work was performed during Handel's lifetime.

The trio "Thou rulest the raging sea" performed at Cannons but probably spurious; possibly composed by Johann Christoph Pepusch or Nicola Francesco Haym instead.

Misattributed to Handel in Arnold's edition and in HG By Maurice Greene, before Performed at the Anointing. Let Thy Hand Be Strengthened. Sung at the Recognition the King being presented to the people. The King Shall Rejoice. Should have been sung at the Recognition, but instead it was performed at the Crowning.

My Heart is Inditing. Performed during the coronation of the Queen. Revised for the wedding of Princess Mary. Probably first performed fully choral without solo movements. The Sinfonia was not performed at the funeral and was probably added later. To celebrate the peace of Aix-la-Chapelle Aachen. Blessed are they that considereth the poor or Foundling Hospital Anthem. Foundling Hospital Chapel, London.

First performance probably in fully choral version. The solo movements were probably added c. St Paul's Cathedral , London. Te Deum "Queen Caroline". Composed by Handel during his stay with the Duke of Chandos at Cannons. Originally concluded with 'Alleluja' chorus HG 20, p. First performed with "Athalia" HWV Referred to as Organ Concerto "No. The bird-song motives of the 2nd movement earned the concerto the nickname, "The Cuckoo and the Nightingale".

Referred to as organ concerto "No. Arranged from Concerto Grosso in G minor Op. An adagio for two organs. Ending adapted by Handel to lead into another movement.

Sometimes referred to as organ concerto "No. Performed with "Theodora" HWV Final gavotte in published version probably added later by Smith Jr. Earliest surviving manuscript score from c. Probably the earliest concerto in the Op. Known as the "St. Cecilia's Concerto," as the first two movements and the last use thematic material from the overture to the Ode for St.

Cecilia's Day HWV Probably between 10—11 October