Organo Ad Libitum - George Frideric Handel* - Organ Concertos (CD)

21.09.2019
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  • Handel: The Organ Concertos 3 CD's Simon Preston The English Concert Trevor Pinnock. CD album - 3 supporti Archiv Produktion UPC compositori: George Frideric Handel Joachim Niss - Editor: Klaus Behrens - Composer: George Frideric Handel.
  • Four years after the recording of the opus 4 (Pass , which received numerous awards, including Diapason d’or), the italian baroque ensemble la Divina Armonia and the organist Lorenzo Ghielmi propose a second set of organ concertos, composed by Handel in
  • The Handel organ concertos, Op. 7, HWV –, refer to the six organ concertos for organ and orchestra composed by George Frideric Handel in London between and , published posthumously in by the printing company of John Walsh. They were written for performance during Handel.
  • Pomposo / Organo ad libitum - adagio / A tempo ordinario Total time Handel's Organ Concertos were written primarily as interludes in his Oratorios, the first two, according to Dr. Charles Burney, appearing with Deborah on March 17th and Esther on April .
  • The Organ Concertos have a particular place in the Handel repertoire as they represent a unique English genre. The music utilises the sound of the English instruments of the period and though astonishingly varied these works all use to great effect the lightness of touch of such organs/5(8).
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Organ Concertos on Discogs.
  • This generously filled two-disc Harmonia Mundi release includes not only Handel's complete set of six organ concertos published after his death as his Opus 7, but also the organ concerto known as "The Cuckoo and the Nightingale," plus three works for solo harpsichord: a fugue in G minor and two chaconnes. The recording has transparent yet immediate super audio digital sound that puts the music.

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