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Work: Royal Fireworks Music, HWV 351

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ComposerHandel, George Frideric (1685-1759)
PeriodBaroque
Work typeOrchestral
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GranadaMúsica para los Reales Fuegos

Handel, Haydn
Orquesta Ciudad de Granada; Harry Christophers; Coro de la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada

New York CityOrchestra of St Luke's

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Handel
Orchestra of St Luke's; Bernard Labadie; Joélle Harvey; Iestyn Davies; Matthew Brook; La Chapelle de Québec

HamburgHandel: Water Music and Royal Fireworks Music

Handel
Finnish Baroque Orchestra

ViennaConcentus Musicus Wien

Handel, Corelli
Concentus Musicus Wien; Stefan Gottfried
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New Beginnings and a message of hope in London Handel Festival opener

There was a celebratory atmosphere to launch the 2022 festival, including royal fireworks and coronation anthems, but it was Ukrainian mezzo Anna Starushkevych who provided the evening's most moving moment. 
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Baroque brilliance brought to life by Richard Egarr

This concert of Purcell and Handel was as theatrically engaging as anything you'd find in an opera house.
*****
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Harry Bicket charms with all-Baroque Cleveland Orchestra program

Guest conductor Harry Bicket transformed the chameleon-like Cleveland Orchestra for this program of Handel, Rameau, and Purcell.
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Kraemer’s ebullient all-Handel in Chicago

Nicholas Kraemer led the Chicago Symphony in a spirited program of Handel that included some rarely heard vocal works with the chorus and soprano Amanda Forsythe.
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Finghin Collins and Rosanne van Sandwijk shine as soloists while the Orchestra of the 18th Century was as authoritative as ever under the baton of Kenneth Montgomery. 
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