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La Resurrezione HWV 47

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Gemischter Chor
KOMPONIST: Georg Friedrich Händel
VERLAG: Bärenreiter-Verlag
PRODUKTFORMAT: Klavierauszug
The Italian oratorio 'La Resurrezione' (The Resurrection) was written during Handel’s time in Rome. It was performed on Easter Sunday 1708 with great splendour and extravagance by a large orchestra conducted by ArcangeloCorelli in the Palazzo Bonelli, the Roman palazzo of Handel’s patron the
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Spezifikationen
Instrument Group Gemischter Chor
Komponist Georg Friedrich Händel
Verlag Bärenreiter-Verlag
Instrumentierung Mixed Choir and Ensemble
Produktformat Klavierauszug
Style Period Baroque
Style Baroque
ISMN 9790006541263
Style Period Baroque
Serie Bärenreiter Urtext
Seitenzahl 142
No. BA409690
Beschreibung

The Italian oratorio 'La Resurrezione' (The Resurrection) was written during Handel’s time in Rome. It was performed on Easter Sunday 1708 with great splendour and extravagance by a large orchestra conducted by ArcangeloCorelli in the Palazzo Bonelli, the Roman palazzo of Handel’s patron the Marchese Francesco Maria Ruspoli.

In its dramatic structure and characterisation of the protagonists, the work displays a striking affinity withItalian opera. Lucifer’s raging sixty fourth notes call to mind the demon characters in Venetian opera and Maddalena’s arias are so full of expressive power and virtuosity that Handel later incorporated one of them into hisopera'Agrippina'. The unusual musical richness of this work and the virtuosic and masterly shaping of the arias make it a welcome addition to any concert programme.

The edition is based on the complete edition volume of the'Halle Handel Edition' (BA 4096), making the complete music text of the oratorio available for the first time.

  • Scholarly-critical edition based on the Urtext of the 'Halle Handel Edition'
  • Straight forward,clear piano reduction
  • Foreword (Ger/Eng)
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