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Stiftung Händel-Haus Halle Musikalien- und Büchersammlung [IIb 102 -S]

Sonatas or chamber aires for a german flute, violin or harpsicord being the most celebrated songs & ariets collected out of all the late operas

Sonatas or chamber aires for a german flute, violin or harpsicord being the most celebrated songs & ariets collected out of all the late operas, Abbildung 5 (Stiftung Händel-Haus Halle CC BY-NC-SA)
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Händel, Georg Friedrich: Sonatas or Chamber Aires for a German Flute, Violin or Harpsicord Being the most Celebrated Songs & Ariets Collected out of all the late Operas / Compos’d by Mr. Handel. Vol. IV. Part 2d. - London : Walsh, [1739]. - 25 S.

Smith (1960) S. 320, Nr. 3

Enthält die folgenden Händel-Arien in Instrumentalbeartbeitungen:
Alexanders Feast, Thais led the way (HWV 75,19); Alexanders Feast, War, he sung (HWV 75,12); Alexanders Feast, With ravish’d ears (HWV 75,5); Alessandro Severo, Ouv. Men. (HWV A13); Alexanders Feast, The prince unable (HWV 75,14); Alexanders Feast, Softly sweet (HWV 75,11); Alexanders Feast, The princes applaud (HWV 75,18); Alexanders Feast, Happy pair (HWV 75,1); Carco sempre di gloria, Sei del ciel (HWV 87,1, hier fälschlicherweise Alexander’s Feast zugeordnet); Cecilia, volgi un sguardo, Sei cara, sei bella (HWV 89,3, hier fälschlicherweise Alexander’s Feast zugeordnet); Cecilia, volgi un sguardo, Tra amplessi (HWV 89,4, hier fälschlich Alexander’s Feast zugeordnet).
Dieser Band entstammt angeblich der Sammlung des österreichischen Schriftstellers und Musikaliensammlers Stefan Zweig (1881-1942), der auch in den "Sternstunden der Menschheit" (1927) die Entstehung von Händels Messias beschrieben hatte. Der Band enthält allerdings kaum handschriftliche Eintragungen und keinerlei Hinweise auf Zweig.

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25 S., H 30,5 cm, B 23,5 cm

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Written Written
1700 - 1749
Created Created
1739 - 1740
1699 1751

[Last update: 2017/06/07]

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