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The New Grove Handel

Winton Dean, Anthony Hicks - Biography & Autobiography - 1997 - 185 pages
Portrays the life of the composer, depicts his musical career in Germany and England, and examines the development of his music
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Bravo!: A Guide to Opera for the Perplexed

Barrymore Laurence Scherer - Music - 1997 - 292 pages
A guide to opera written to allow readers to get a quick overview of a particular theme or work in the opera repertoire includes a glossary of operatic terminology, a look at ...
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Handel: Tercentenary Collection

Stanley Sadie, Anthony Hicks - Music - 1987 - 308 pages
A collection of essays containing some of the most up-to-date Handel research from both sides of the Atlantic.
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Music in Eighteenth-Century England: Essays in Memory of Charles Cudworth

Charles Cudworth, Christopher Hogwood, Richard Luckett - Music - 1983 - 265 pages
The essays in this book are devoted to the social and intellectual background of eighteenth-century music.
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The Rise of Romantic Opera

Edward J. Dent - Music - 1979 - 212 pages
Dent's lectures here show that romantic opera had its origins not in Germany but in the music-dramas of revolutionary France.
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Handel's dramatic oratorios and masques

Winton Dean - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1959 - 694 pages
Illustrating Handel's oratorios and masques in dramatic form--among them some of the highest achievements of musical drama ever written--Dean here begins by discussing general ...
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