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Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Many Classical music lovers are familiar with George Frideric Handel s famous oratorio, Messiah, but are not aware his preferred area of composition was Italian opera seria. Biographical books explore his career as an opera composer and the rise of the new pious genre when Italian opera was no longer popular in London, but rarely do we find detailed accounts or discussions on that tempestuous period in the 1730s when this shift in populaity forced Handel to leave the Haymarket theatre and join with John Rich at Covent Garden where he tried to carry on the Royal Academy opera company in competition with the new Opera of the Nobility venture founded by the Prince of Wales before he was finally forced to abandon opera in favour of oratorio. This book explores this rocky transition period and how it affected Handel s work, namely, his inclusion of French elements to his operas and other novel innovations in order to regain his chagrined public. There are discussions exploring the possibility Handel was his own worse enemy with regards to his business decisions as impresario-composer, alienating the Italians of London and his public, which nearly cost him his career. A fascinating study for Handel admirers. . . There were so many details raised and questions asked which make the reader really excited and interested in the period and what was happening. . There are many, many details which just suddenly bring home to you, My goodness, (opera production) was different in those days! . There are many things that jumped out of this book at me . - David Adams, Into the Evening , Lyric FM Classical Music Radio Ireland.
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Many Classical music lovers are familiar with George Frideric Handel's famous oratorio, "Messiah", but are not aware his preferred area of composition was Italian opera seria. Biographical books explore his career as an opera composer and the rise of the new pious genre when Italian opera was no longer popular in London, but rarely do we find detailed accounts or discussions on that tempestuous period in the 1730s when this shift in populaity forced Handel to leave the Haymarket theatre and join with John Rich at Covent Garden where he tried to carry on the Royal Academy opera company in competition with the new Opera of the Nobility venture founded by the Prince of Wales before he was finally forced to abandon opera in favour of oratorio. This book explores this rocky transition period and how it affected Handel's work, namely, his inclusion of French elements to his operas and other novel innovations in order to regain his chagrined public. There are discussions exploring the possibility Handel was his own worse enemy with regards to his business decisions as impresario-composer, alienating the Italians of London and his public, which nearly cost him his career. A fascinating study for Handel admirers.  "... There were so many details raised and questions asked which make the reader really excited and interested in the period and what was happening. ... There are many, many details which just suddenly bring home to you, 'My goodness, (opera production) was different in those days!'  There are many things that jumped out of this book at me ..." - David Adams,  Lyric FM Classical Music Radio Ireland, hardcover, Label: Batalha Publishers, Batalha Publishers, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2010-08-13, Studio: Batalha Publishers, Verkaufsrang: 5595480.
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Many Classical music lovers are familiar with George Frideric Handel's famous oratorio, "Messiah", but are not aware his preferred area of composition was Italian opera seria. Biographical books explore his career as an opera composer and the rise of the new pious genre when Italian opera was no longer popular in London, but rarely do we find detailed accounts or discussions on that tempestuous period in the 1730s when this shift in populaity forced Handel to leave the Haymarket theatre and join with John Rich at Covent Garden where he tried to carry on the Royal Academy opera company in competition with the new Opera of the Nobility venture founded by the Prince of Wales before he was finally forced to abandon opera in favour of oratorio. This book explores this rocky transition period and how it affected Handel's work, namely, his inclusion of French elements to his operas and other novel innovations in order to regain his chagrined public. There are discussions exploring the possibility Handel was his own worse enemy with regards to his business decisions as impresario-composer, alienating the Italians of London and his public, which nearly cost him his career. A fascinating study for Handel admirers.  "... There were so many details raised and questions asked which make the reader really excited and interested in the period and what was happening. ... There are many, many details which just suddenly bring home to you, 'My goodness, (opera production) was different in those days!'  There are many things that jumped out of this book at me ..." - David Adams,  Lyric FM Classical Music Radio Ireland, hardcover, Label: Batalha Publishers, Batalha Publishers, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2010-08-13, Studio: Batalha Publishers, Verkaufsrang: 5595480.
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(Authorhouse Edition out of print, new edition available from Batalha Publishers) Handel's Path to Covent Garden: A Rocky Journey is a provocative philosophical expos of Handel's progression within the tumultuous opera culture of London during the 1720s and 1730s. E. A. Bucchianeri offers new theories relating the circumstances that ultimately led Handel to Covent Garden, and elaborates on previously accepted analysis concerning Handel's opera career in London. The author explores various issues that had become shrouded in the mists of time and speculation, such as the demise of the Royal Academy, Heidegger and Handel's partnership during the 'Second Academy', and highlights the grey areas that remained from this period. The author also offers new theories concerning the formation of the rival Opera of the Nobility company, and discusses Handel's progression and innovative operatic style during his years at Covent Garden. Handel's Path to Covent Garden offers a fresh, new perspective on Handel's motivations, his psychological need for artistic independence, and his endeavour to maintain complete control over his productions, thereby opening new avenues for debate and further study, and will appeal to all Handelian admirers, amateurs and professionals, musicologists, and opera aficionados. paperback, Label: AuthorHouse, AuthorHouse, Product group: Book, Published: 2002-12-31, Studio: AuthorHouse, Sales rank: 14131720.
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