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Handel's 'Rodelinda'
at New York Metropolitan Opera,
reviewed from the HD transmission
by MARIA NOCKIN

 

George Frideric Handel, Johann Sebastian Bach and Domenico Scarlatti were all born in 1685. Each of them lived past his sixty-fifth birthday as well, so we have a great deal of music from that era. At the age of eighteen, Handel became a violinist and harpsichordist at the Hamburg opera. While there he wrote his first two operas, Almira and Nero...

Copyright © 9 December 2011 Maria Nockin,
Arizona USA

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GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL

RODELINDA

ITALY

GERMANY

UNITED KINGDOM

METROPOLITAN OPERA

NEW YORK

HIGH DEFINITION

PHOENIX

ARIZONA

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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IESTYN DAVIES

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