4 edition of Six Biblical sonatas for keyboard (1700) found in the catalog.
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Apparently movements from the Hamburg opera Florindo HWV 3 See HWV 354 345 March D major before 1738 No autograph 347 Sinfonia B-flat major c. 1705 492 Gigue F major c. Composed for performances with oratorios; probably performed during Alexander Balus HWV 65 334 F major 1747—1748?
Lucchini Pasticcio, composed in April 1739. May be the original French overture to. The fine Greg Harrold organ at Berkeley affords many registrational possibilities: particularly effective are the lugubrious 16' and 8' registration for Hezekiah's lament a movement based on the Passion chorale ; the affecting use of the tremulant when Hezekiah, restored to health momentarily remembers his former afflictions; and the appearance of the zimbelstern not to mention the nightingale stop!
In addition to the Kuhnau, Simmonds has compiled a selection of pieces by Buxtehude, Muthel, W. Sung at the Recognition the King being presented to the people. Tilney reconsiders the matter, and makes some fascinating observations in his idiosyncratic liner note.
Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied• 1747 Probably at the request of Priscilla Rich. The keyboard sonatas of Padre Antonio Soler have always been compared, inevitably, with those of Scarlatti, with whom he studied in Madrid for a time.
1720—1725 Arrangement of the overture to the Italian opera 'Rinaldo' 482-2 Arrangement c. The first concerns the text used: these 12 sonatas are contained in the only print of Soler's work to have appeared in his lifetime, published in London by Robert Birchall, and containing 27 sonatas in all.
The publication consists of six sonatas headed with the titles of Old Testament biblical stories. Authenticity uncertain Flute E minor 1730 "Halle sonata No. 1707 1733 Opus 2 No. 9 September 1727 — October 1727 11 October 1727 Westminster Abbey Coronation Anthem No.
Thematic ideas from 2 movements used in "Messiah" HWV 56 193 Se tu non lasci amore London, c.