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Handel: "Salve Regina" for Piano & Strings – Excerpts from "Messiah" – Largo from "Xerxes" – Passacaglia in G Minor for Harpsichord

Angelicum Orchestra, Carlo Felice Cillario, Armando Gatto, Peter Gellhorn

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1.1
Salve Regina, HWV 241
Georg Friedrich Händel; Angelicum Orchestra; Carlo Felice Cillario
13:08
1.2
Serse, HWV 40
Georg Friedrich Händel; Angelicum Orchestra; Armando Gatto
3:29
Messiah, HWV 56  
1.3
Overture
Georg Friedrich Händel; Angelicum Orchestra; Peter Gellhorn
4:06
1.4
Pastoral Symphony
Georg Friedrich Händel; Angelicum Orchestra; Peter Gellhorn
3:21
1.5
Hallelujah
Georg Friedrich Händel; Angelicum Orchestra; Peter Gellhorn
4:02
1.6
Suite in G Minor, HWV 432
Georg Friedrich Händel; Angelicum Orchestra
6:07
Total Playing Time    34:13
German conductor, composer, and pianist Peter Gellhorn conducts the Angelicum Orchestra with soloists in this charming legacy recording of the master composer Handel. This includes his most famous work, "Messiah". "Salve Regina" (HWV 241) is an antiphon around 1707. It is most likely that the work was first performed for Trinity Sunday in Vignanello on 19 July 1707 in the Church of Santa Maria in Montesanto, under the patronage of the Colonna family. "Xerses" (HWV 40) is an opera seria in three acts by George Frideric Handel. It was first performed in London on 15 April 1738. The Italian libretto was adapted by an unknown hand from that by Silvio Stampiglia for an earlier opera of the same name by Giovanni Bononcini in 1694.
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Tracks 1-6 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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