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Various - Simply Handel
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Various - Essential Handel
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Various - Chill With Handel
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Various - World of Handel
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Various - Very Best of Handel
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Various - Best of Handel,the Very
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Orlando
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"Orlando teaches all of us that love is often responsible for our loss of reason," runs a line from Act 3 of the opera. It is a modest moral, and perhaps one not demanding of the dramatic finesse and musical diversity that Handel serves up in Orlando - for the opera's complex of problems is rather more complicated than that. Yet despite such promising omens, Orlando was adjudged to be little more than a moderate success. There were no subsequent productions after the first performance 1733 in London, the work rapidly disappeared into obscurity and did not find its way back to opera house repertoire until the Handel renaissance of the 1920s. Nevertheless, these centuries of neglect are entirely at odds with the universally undisputed quality of the opera. Beneath the fabrice of this masterfully woven constellation of characters and values is a score of such independence and vivacity as to give Orlando a special position among Handel's works - indeed among opera literature in general. William Christie has staged various productions of Orlando, as well as making what is widely regarded as a standard CD-recording of the work. And yet he never ceases to find something new in this opera, which along with Alcina and Giulio Cesare he considers to be Handel's finest. "Jens-Daniel Herzog has produced a sophisticated version of George Frideric Handel's Orlando. William Christie is a fascinating conductor who manages a superb ensemble. Opera that is both cool and cultivated - fantastic!" Aargauer Zeitung

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Orlando
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"Orlando teaches all of us that love is often responsible for our loss of reason," runs a line from Act 3 of the opera. It is a modest moral, and perhaps one not demanding of the dramatic finesse and musical diversity that Handel serves up in Orlando - for the opera's complex of problems is rather more complicated than that. Yet despite such promising omens, Orlando was adjudged to be little more than a moderate success. There were no subsequent productions after the first performance 1733 in London, the work rapidly disappeared into obscurity and did not find its way back to opera house repertoire until the Handel renaissance of the 1920s. Nevertheless, these centuries of neglect are entirely at odds with the universally undisputed quality of the opera. Beneath the fabrice of this masterfully woven constellation of characters and values is a score of such independence and vivacity as to give Orlando a special position among Handel's works - indeed among opera literature in general. William Christie has staged various productions of Orlando, as well as making what is widely regarded as a standard CD-recording of the work. And yet he never ceases to find something new in this opera, which along with Alcina and Giulio Cesare he considers to be Handel's finest. "Jens-Daniel Herzog has produced a sophisticated version of George Frideric Handel's Orlando. William Christie is a fascinating conductor who manages a superb ensemble. Opera that is both cool and cultivated - fantastic!" Aargauer Zeitung

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Tamerlano
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The 192 min. long opera Tamerlano*(directed by Helga Dubnyicsek)* English, German, French, or Spanish libretto translations (read the libretto as subtitle)* instant scene selection (all scenes selectable on the screen)* score plus (read the score as subtitle)The Making of Tamerlano*(a film by Martina Mattick-Stiller *)* the rehearsal at Sadler’s Wells Theatre* comments by the conductor Trevor Pinnock, the director, Jonathan Miller and the costume designer, Judy Levine explaining their ideas on this staging in an authentic 18th century atmosphere* pictures from the Handel Festival town, Halle/Saale, including a view into Handel’s birthplace, a museum containing an important collection of instruments and other musicological sites of the town* a look behind the scenes of the small Goethe Theatre in Bad Lauchstädt, the stage of this opera production* in German, English, French, or Spanish languageInterviews* with conductors, directors, musicians etc. commenting on their views on Handel’s work and the special role of the Handel Festival in Halle/Saale with English, German, French and Spanish subtitlesHistorical Film Footage* giving an eyewitness report of the honoring celebrations of the 200th anniversary of Handel’s death, various concerts from Handel Festivals from the 70ies and 80ies, showing the festivities at GDR times, and excerpts from the dress rehearsal of the Handel opera, Rinaldo, also performed on the festival in 2001* eyewitness report and interview with Sir J.E. Gardiner subtitled in English, German, French and SpanishInteractive Chronology

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