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  • Author: Roberts
  • ISBN: 0824064836
  • ISBN13: 978-0824064839
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Music-Garland (May 1, 1987)
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Steffani's Influence on Handel's Chamber Duets. 13. Handel's Italian Cantatas: Some New Sources. The papers published in the present volume represent, though fairly loosely, those given at the conference

Steffani's Influence on Handel's Chamber Duets. The papers published in the present volume represent, though fairly loosely, those given at the conference. Some authors read papers that were already promised for publication elsewhere; others read papers on work still then in progress and only now ready for publication. All those, however, who gave papers on Handel at the congress are represented in this volume.

Agostino Steffani was Handel's senior by more than 30 years, very much the revered .

Agostino Steffani was Handel's senior by more than 30 years, very much the revered master while Handel was still a young man learning his art. The two met on more than one occasion, Steffani readily recognising the young man's genius and putting in a good word for him in appropriate quarters. Moving from mature Steffani to young Handel, "Dixit Dominus" is a vigorous and inventive setting of an Old Testament text, rather politically incorrect in places where it urges the Lord to smite his enemies and scatter the resulting remains over several countries.

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Other sources say Handel was invited by Gian Gastone de' Medici, whom Handel had met in 1703–1704 in. .

Other sources say Handel was invited by Gian Gastone de' Medici, whom Handel had met in 1703–1704 in Hamburg.

Steffani, Agostino, Miscellaneous Manuscript Sources, intr. Lindgren, Lowell and Colin Timms, e. nd trans. John H. Roberts, Handel Sources, vol. ix (New York, London: Garland, 1986). Sulzer, Johann Georg, Allgemeine Theorie der schönen Künste, (1771–4), trans. Loftis, John, The Politics of Drama in Augustan England (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963). Loftis, John, The London Stage, 1660–1800.

Risposta di D. A. Steffani Abbate di Lepsing Protonotario della San Sede Aposto- lica. A change was now about to take place in Steffani's circumstances. Ad una lettera del S". March. G. In difesa d'una Proposizione sostenuta da lui in una Assemblea Hannovera Sett. These were the golden days of the opera in Hanover. He was no longer to be the active composer of operas, and Kapell- meister, but from this time forth was destined to devote his time chiefly to diplomacy, though lie never forsook the art of which he was so great an ornament.

If anyone were to write this book it would have to be Timms, whose work over thirty-seven years has frequently centered . Specific examples of Steffani's music, along with their place in each genre's tradition, are clearly explained.

If anyone were to write this book it would have to be Timms, whose work over thirty-seven years has frequently centered on Steffani's chamber vocal works and other genres. dissertation), operas, correspondence, and Handel's indebtedness to Steffani's secular and even sacred vocal works.

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