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Of the former, Ode for St. For his secular oratorios, Handel turned to classical mythology for subjects, producing such works as Acis and Galatea , Hercules and Semele These works have a close kinship with the sacred oratorios, particularly in the vocal writing for the English-language texts. They also share the lyrical and dramatic qualities of Handel's Italian operas. As such, they are sometimes fully staged as operas.
With the rediscovery of his theatrical works, Handel, in addition to his renown as instrumentalist, orchestral writer, and melodist, is now perceived as being one of opera's great musical dramatists. The original form of his name, Georg Friedrich Händel, is generally used in Germany and elsewhere, but he is known as "Haendel" in France. A different composer, Jacob Handl or Händl — is usually known by the Latin form Jacobus Gallus that appears in his publications.
Handel has generally been accorded high esteem by fellow composers, both in his own time and since. When he chooses, he strikes like a thunder bolt. I would uncover my head and kneel before his tomb. Since , when William Crotch raised the issue in his Substance of Several Lectures on Music, scholars have extensively studied Handel's "borrowing" of music from other composers.
Summarising the field in , Richard Taruskin wrote that Handel "seems to have been the champion of all parodists , adapting both his own works and those of other composers in unparalleled numbers and with unparalleled exactitude. In an essay published in , John H. Roberts demonstrated that Handel's borrowings were unusually frequent even for his own era, enough to have been criticised by contemporaries notably Johann Mattheson ; Roberts suggested several reasons for Handel's practice, including Handel's attempts to make certain works sound more up-to-date and more radically, his "basic lack of facility in inventing original ideas" — though Roberts took care to argue that this does not "diminish Handel's stature", which should be "judged not by his methods, still less by his motives in employing them, but solely by the effects he achieves.
After Handel's death, many composers wrote works based on or inspired by his music. The first movement from Louis Spohr 's Symphony No.
In Beethoven composed The Consecration of the House overture, which also bears the influence of Handel. French composer and flautist Philippe Gaubert wrote his Petite marche for flute and piano based on the fourth movement of Handel's Trio Sonata, Op. In , Australian-born composer and pianist Percy Grainger based one of his most famous works on the final movement of Handel's Suite No. He first wrote some variations on the theme, which he titled Variations on Handel's 'The Harmonious Blacksmith'.
Then he used the first sixteen bars of his set of variations to create Handel in the Strand , one of his most beloved pieces, of which he made several versions for example, the piano solo version from Handel directed by Norman Walker and starring Wilfrid Lawson. He is also the central character in the television films God Rot Tunbridge Wells! Handel was portrayed as the antagonist in the film Farinelli From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For other uses, see Handel disambiguation. Portrait of Handel, by Balthasar Denner c. Royal Academy of Music company. Hallelujah Chorus, from Messiah Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, from Solomon Zadok the Priest George Frideric Handel in fiction.
Classical music portal Opera portal Music portal Biography portal. The spelling "Frideric" is used on his application for British citizenship. The records of that church also show that the family name was spelled on various occasions at least four other ways: Hendel, Händeler, Hendeler and Hendtler, but most commonly Händel. In Italy he spelled it Hendel, as it is pronounced in German. From the time he arrived in England, however, he consistently signed his name as George Frideric Handel.
In , Bach was intrigued by the organ at Marktkirche, and applied for the position that Zachow, Handel's teacher, vacated. He decided on Weimar , however. See Landon , pp. Schoelcher and Bone have it that Handel was seven and they were visiting a son by Georg's first marriage, who was in service to he Duke. Young Handel was taken along because he could be cared for by relatives of his late wife. Mary Magdalena in Hamburg. Given that Hamburg's opera house was second only to Berlin's in repute, "it was resolved to send him thither on his own bottom, and chiefly with a view to improvement.
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In Handel's opera Scipio Scipio was performed for the first time. The march from this work is now the regimental slow march of the British Grenadier Guards. In the next year he took on British nationality. One of these, Zadok the Priest , has been sung at every coronation ceremony since. Handel spent most of his time working on operas. From he was director of the Royal Academy of Music.
It had nothing to do with the academy which is called the Royal Academy of Music today where young students study music. Handel also worked in the management of the King's Theatres and many of his operas were performed in the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden.
He sometimes travelled to Italy to find new Italian singers and persuade them to come to London. In spite of everything Handel was doing for opera he had many enemies as well as friends. There was a lot of rivalry, especially with a composer called Bononcini whose music is forgotten today.
Handel gave up operatic management in , after he had lost a lot of money in the business. In April , age 54, he had a stroke. It was probably this which left his right arm paralysed for a while so that he could not perform, but he made an excellent recovery after six weeks at a health spa in Aix-la-Chapelle.
In his oratorio Messiah was first performed in Dublin. Surprisingly, it was not successful in London until when it was performed in aid of the Foundling Hospital Chapel.
Handel spent most of his time in these later years composing and producing oratorios. Judas Maccabaeus was particularly popular. The singers for these oratorios were English and Italian.
They were not world-famous virtuosos but singers whom Handel had trained himself. In August, , on a journey back from Germany to London, Handel was seriously injured when his carriage overturned. In he started to lose his eyesight. He died, in , in London. The last concert he went to was his own Messiah.
More than 3, mourners went to his funeral. He was buried with full state honours in Westminster Abbey. Handel never married, and kept his personal life very private. He also left some of it to friends, servants , relations and charities.