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194 examples of handel in sentences

She has sung everywhere in Londonwith the Royal Choral Society at the Albert Hall, at the Handel Festival at the Crystal Palace, at the Ballad Concerts, at the Monday Popular Concerts, at Sir Charles Hallรฉ's Concerts, and at Bristol, Chester, Leeds, Birmingham, and other leading towns.

If she had sung HANDEL with a smile, and a coquettish tossing of her head, they would still have hated her, but they would not have ventured to call her "inartistic."

She was fond of music, and in early life had become acquainted with Handel.

In the closing years of the great composer, the intimacy was renewed, and not long before his death she paid him a visit, of which she has left this account: "I have had a most pleasing interview with Handel, an interview which I shall not soon forget.

So retentive was her memory that she could play without notes a large portion of the works of Handel, Beethoven and Mendelssohn.

As there were different nationalities present, she very simply but gracefully said she was going to sing from the Holy Scriptures, repeating the words in German and Italian, and then sang Handel's "Comfort ye," "He shall feed His flock," and afterwards, "Rest in the Lord."

First it was a fugue of Handel's, then one of Mendelssohn's Songs Without Words, and then "The Diver," and then music from Gilbert and Sullivan; but each piece of music she picked out was gayer than the last one.

Chiefly because the music of Handel and Beethoven alone had been encouraged by her professors, Juanita had learnt with some enthusiasm the folk songs of the Basques, considered worthy only of the attention of the people.

Crabb Robinson in his diary records more than once that Lamb hummed tunes, and Barron Field, in the memoir of Lamb contributed by him to the Annual Biography and Obituary for 1836, mentions his love for certain beautiful airs, among them Kent's "O that I had wings like a dove" (mentioned in this essay), and Handel's "From mighty kings."

In this essay Lamb refers to Braham's singing in Handel's oratorio "Israel in Egypt."

He then spends a page upon Mr. Handel's musick to Dryden's ode, and speaks of him with that regard which he has generally obtained among the lovers of sound.

When I considered how ill he had been, and what allowance should be made for the influence of sickness upon his temper, I resolved to indulge him, though with some inconvenience to myself, as I wished to attend the musical meeting in honour of Handel, in Westminster-Abbey, on the following Saturday.

This year, forming as it did exactly a quarter of a century since Handel's death, and a complete century since his birth, was sought, says the Gent.

His Account of the Musical Performances in Commemoration of Handel.

He reckons among his progenitors and relatives such names as Shakspeare, Goethe, Milton, the two Bacons, Lessing, Richter, Schiller, Carlyle, Hegel, Luther, Behmen, Swedenborg, Gustavus Adolphus, William of Orange, Cromwell, Frederick II., Wellington, Newton, Leibnitz, Humboldt, Beethoven, Handel, Turner; and nations might be enriched out of the names that remain when the supreme ones in each class have been mentioned.

Thus Mr. BALFOUR, who has little time for golf nowadays, finds his most refreshing recreation in reading the speeches of Lord NORTHCLIFFE, co-ordinating them with those of BURKE and PERICLES, and setting them to music in the style of HANDEL, his favourite composer.

It is a splendid instrumentcan't be equalled in this part of the country for either finery or musicand is played by a gentleman whose name ranks in St. George's anthem book, with those of Beethoven, Handel, and Mozart.

It was Handel's Largo.

For my part, I do not care a farthing candle For either of them, or for Handel.

" He rail at Handel!

[The letter refers to the performance of Handel's "Creation" at the Musical Festival in Westminster Abbey on June 24, 1834, when Novello and Atwood were the organists, and Clara Novello one of the singers.

Handel, a patron of the institution, gave the organ it still possesses, and society followed the lead of the men of genius.

BILLINGTON GEORG FRIEDRICH HANDEL CHRISTOPH WILLIBALD VON GLUCK JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU NICOLA PICCINNI JEAN BAPTISTE DE LULLY WOLFGANG MOZART MOZART, AT VIENNA, PLAYING HIS OPERA "DON JUAN" FOR THE FIRST TIME

At the same time new forces are starting to form the new cycle, or, to speak like Goethe, the newest spiral: Hauptmann, Frenssen, Ricarda Huch, Enrica von Handel, to name only these.

As time progressed, however, and the petty annoyances grew more numerous, the merely intellectual pleasure of the writings of Wagner and Handel and Mozart possibly failed to suffice, and an organ was contracted for.

She used to be as blithe as a lark in May, and now there was nae gettin' her to do onything; but she sat couring and unhappy, and seighin' every handel-a-while, as though she were miserable.

* HANDEL.

Some folks eat two or three times as much as othersfor instance, our incomparable and inspired composer, Handel, required uncommonly large and frequent supplies of food.

The old organ on which Handel played more than once, stood on a raised platform at the west end.

The organ was made by order of Handel, and presented by him to the late Earl; it being esteemed a very fine toned one.

He died when he was only thirty-three years of age, and at that age Handel had not written a single one of the oratorios by which he is remembered.

The intractability was in the Elector of Hanover more than in the King of England; in the narrow and petty German prince who was bored by Shakespeare and approximately inspired by Handel.

He rememberednone betterthe debt we owe to her learning and her art; to Bach and Beethoven, to Handel, the "dear Saxon" who adopted our citizenship; to Mendelssohn, who regarded England as his second home; to her fairy tales and folk-lore; to the Brothers Grimm and the Struwwelpeter; to the old kindly Germany which has been driven mad by War Lords and Pan-Germans.

Some cry up Haydn, some Mozart, Just as the whim bites; for my part, I do not care a farthing candle For either of them, or for Handel.

"Remember Handel?

In Scott leather jerkins, swords, horses, mountains, and castles harmonise completely and fully with food, fighting, words, and vision of life; the chords are simple as Handel's, but they are as perfect.

And now with Handel's expensive studio, probably not less than three thousand a year for that, debt and unsought pictures are eating out her heart.

NINETEENTH CHAPTER IN THE HOUSE OF GREY ONE Bedient went one morning to the old Handel studio in East Fourteenth Street.

He did not know that she dared not give up the Handel studio while she held a single hope of her vogue returning.

It is as impossible to find a female Raphael, or a female Handel, as a female Shakespeare or Newton.

Would that produce the chorus of Handel that made you almost rise and march in majesty?

There was a grand piano in the front room, and to this Adela Branston went at Mr. Saltram's request, and began to play some of Handel's oratorio music, while he stood beside the piano, talking to her as she played.

I heard one of Handel's choruses as I came upstairs.

BURNET, Thomas, v. 352, n. 2. BURNET, Miss, v. 82, n. 1. BURNEY, Dr. Charles, Account of the Handel Commemoration, iv. 361; Boscovitch, visits, ii. 125, n. 5; Boswell's Life of Johnson, notes to, i. 15; Doctor of Music, i. 285; Eumelian Club, member of the, iv. 394, n. 4; Garrick, Mrs., dines with, iv.

HANDEL, musical meeting in his honour, iv. 283; his poet, v. 350, n. 1. HANMER, Sir Thomas, epitaphs on him, i. 177; ii. 25; Hervey's Letter to Sir Thomas Hanmer, ii. 32, n. 1, 33, n. 2; Shakespeare, edits, i. 175, 178; v. 244, n. 2. HANNIBAL, iii. 40.

SEE Handel, George F. PRESSER (THEODORE) CO. Happy days in music play.

SEE The Story of the Little Red Hen. RICHARDSON, HENRY HANDEL, pseud.

RICHARDSON, HENRY HANDEL, pseud.

Maurice Guest, by Henry Handel Richardson, pseud.

SEE ALSO Richardson, Henry Handel, pseud.

SEE Richardson, Henry Handel.

SEE Handel, George Frederick.

SEE Handel, George Frederick.

SEE Handel-Mazzetti, Enrica Ludovica Maria, Freiin von.

SEE Handel-Mazzetti, Enrica Ludovica Maria, Freiin von.

STRUBEL, CAROLYN L. Stage guide for young Handel of Hanover.

SEE Shakespeare, William. WITMARK (M.) & SONS. Stage guide for young Handel of Hanover.

RICHARDSON, HENRY HANDEL.

SEE Richardson Henry Handel.

RICHARDSON, HENRY HANDEL.

Handel at the court of kings, by Opal Wheeler.

Florence Taylor (formerly Mrs. Clyde Kluckhohn) (W) & Dorothea Cross Leighton (A); 17Jul74; R581787. R581807. Handel.

By Leo A. Handel.

Leo A. Handel (A); 21Nov77; R682540. R682541.

SEE Handel, George P. DOREMUS, RUTH MINOT.

HANDEL, GEORGE F. I know that my Redeemer lives.

SEE The Story of the Little Red Hen. RICHARDSON, HENRY HANDEL, pseud.

RICHARDSON, HENRY HANDEL, pseud.

Maurice Guest, by Henry Handel Richardson, pseud.

SEE ALSO Richardson, Henry Handel, pseud.

SEE Richardson, Henry Handel.

GREATHOUSE, GEORGE D., illus. Stage guide for young Handel of Hanover.

HANDEL-MAZZETTI, ENRICA LUDOVICA MARIA, FREIIN VON. Jesse and Maria.

SEE Handel, George Frederick.

SEE Handel, George Frederick.

SEE Handel-Mazzetti, Enrica Ludovica Maria, Freiin von.

SEE Richardson, Henry Handel.

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SEE Richardson, Henry Handel. Is this a dagger.

By Leo A. Handel.

Leo A. Handel (A); 21Nov77; R682540. R682541.

Yet it is a curious question whether if Handel, say, could have heard an overture of Wagner's he would have thought it an advance in beauty or notwhether it would have seemed to him like the realisation of some incredible dream, a heavenly music, or whether he would have thought it licentious, and even shapeless.

All people are no more born great scholars like Gibbon and Bentley, than they are all born great musicians like Handel and Beethoven.

Verse of his was in his lifetime set to music by Purcell and Handel.

Handel 5 (Fn. 2) Handkerchief in tragedy 44 Handsome people 144 Hangings, the men in the 22 Hanover succession 384 Happiness 15, 167, 575, 610 Hardness in parents 181

But to come to more real contests; Handel has set up an Oratorio against the Operas, and succeeds.

Then the man has a better ear than Dryden or Handel.

It was the first which that admirable genius Mr. Handel compos'd, after he came to England; (this he dedicated to Queen Anne).His genius was adapted greatly to the business of the stage; and while he held the management, he conducted both Theatres, intirely to the satisfaction of the public.

The Charitable and Musical Society (founded in 1723) built the Fishamble Street Music Hall in 1741, and assisted at the first performance of The Messiah, conducted by Handel himself, on 13th April, 1742.

A devoted admirer of Bach and Handel, thoroughly well up to his work, gifted with a lively imagination, and that audacity of idea which belongs only to the Teutonic race, Lemm might in timewho can tell?have been reckoned among the great composers of his country, if only his life had been of a different nature.

Meanwhile he is known to be considering the alternative offer of the secretaryship to the Handel Society.

In Scott leather jerkins, swords, horses, mountains, and castles harmonise completely and fully with food, fighting, words, and vision of life; the chords are simple as Handel's but they are as perfect.

His horn is so long, and he blows it so strong, He would make Handel fly off the handle.

Do not snatch the laurel wreaths from Handel, Haydn, Mozart; they are entitled to them; as yet I am not.

" June 19."Left home in the 'Engineer' coach at seven, travelled through to London without stop, and arrived there at one o'clock: wonderful the shortening of this journey; went with a party to Handel's Athalia at Exeter Hall; tired, fagged, and sleepy as I was, I yet felt deeply the power of the mighty master in this his mighty work.

Yes, Handel is the greatest musician the world ever saw.

As a flute-player the Dean attained a proficiency rarely seen in an amateur, and used frequently to play the very difficult flute-obligatos of some of Handel's songs, which are considered a hard task even for professionals.

But perhaps the most interesting point in this part of the character of my brother was his ardent love for Handel's music.

You may remember his lectures on Handel delivered at the Philosophical Institution some years ago, and how enthusiastic he was when describing the manifold beauties of his favourite composer, and how interested and eager he became when the choir sang the music he knew and loved so well....

The principal oratorios of Handel may be purchased for as many shillings each as they cost pounds years ago.