Music for the Royal FireWorks, HWV351 - IV. La Réjouissance
George Frideric Handel
François Lazarevitch & Justin Taylor
Georg Friedrich Haendel (1685-1759) was a German composer, naturalized English. An outstanding virtuoso on the organ and harpsichord, thanks to some of his well-known works - notably "The Messiah", his organ concertos and concerti grossi, his harpsichord suites, his outdoor music (Water Music and Music for the Royal Fireworks) - Haendel remained famous throughout the 19th century, a period of oblivion for most of his contemporaries. However, for over thirty-five years he devoted himself mainly to opera.
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