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This collection of essays contains some of the most up-to-date Handel research from both sides of the Atlantic. Based on papers given at the festival in London to celebrate the tercenenary of Hanel's birth, it draws together workby some of the most eminent scholars of eighteenth-century music. Topics ocvered include the background and sources of Handel's music, the staging of his operas, and his chamber and intrumental music. Aspects of performing practice are discussed, as are questions of influence by Italian, English and German traditions.
Contributors: WINTON DEAN, DONALD BURROWS, BERND BASELT, GEORGE J. BUELOW, JOHN H. ROBERTS, LOWELL LINDGREN, CURTIS PRICE, ELIZABETH GIBSON, CAROLE TAYLOR, DUNCAN CHISHOLM,GRAYDON BEEKS, COLIN TIMMS, MALCOLM BOYD, HANS JOACHIM MARX, WILLIAM D. GUDGER, TERENCE BEST.
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