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Largo - Handel* - Handel At His Best (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Victor Borge At His Best on Discogs. Label: PRT Records - COMP 5,PRT - COMP 5 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music, Classical • Style: Comedy3/5(1).
  2. Anne Sofie von Otter: Handel, Monteverdi, Telemann Karajan Conducts Favorite Tchaikovsky (2 LP, 24/ FLAC) Kondrashin: Tchaikovsky - Concerto no.1 (24/ FLAC).
  3. The first opera Handel composed for London in It is full of powerful singing. The Counter tenor is the star with a voice that will touch you. The music is full life. I owned an old LP version which was good but this version leaves it in the dust. A must for a true opera fan. It does not sound dated for a piece of music composed years ago/5(42).
  4. "The Sixteen are in fine form in a repertory that sees them at their most confident." -- Gramophone Harry Christophers and The Sixteen add a brand new recording of Handel's Coronation Anthems to their stunning catalog of Handel discs, released for the th anniversary of Handel's death.. Handel's celebrated anthems are among his best-loved works, written in for the Coronation of the new /5(28).
  5. VINYL; Handel: Concerti Grossi, Water Music, Etc / Menuhin It is no more true of Handel than it is of Britten that he is only at his best when writing for voices; this disc shows Handel at his best when writing for instruments Gramophone [9/] Read less. Works on This mochisipypomarasterepyreebil.coinfog: Largo.
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  7. Rinaldo, Handel's first Italian opera, is still arguably his best Italian opera. Or, to put it another way, Handel found what worked -- hair-raising arias, affecting harmonies, colorful orchestrations, wild special effects, and a story that his English audiences would accept as a compliment to their own magnificence -- and he stuck with it until the English were sick of Italian operas.
  8. This is an excellent recording of Handel's last oratorio, beautifully performed and well recorded. The work itself is not as consistently inspired as Handel at his best, but some of the music (e.g., the beginning numbers of Act Two) ranks as the equal of anything he ever composed. Warmly recommended to all lovers of baroque vocal music/5(11).

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