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His father intended for him to go into law, but Händel studied music clandestinely and was eventually allowed to study under an organist. Handel composed his wonderfully jolly Water Music around 1717. and it was first performed on 17 July that year, … Handel wrote the original version of Messiah in three to four weeks. Legend has it that Handel composed Water Music to regain the favour of King George I. Handel had been employed by the future king George while he was still Elector of Hanover, before he succeeded to the British throne. On the back of the cab window was a bumper sticker saying ‘Guns and religion. Here are the official program notes for Handel Water Music, September 22–25, 2016, Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning In consequence, no single version can be Together, these works arguably constitute Handel's most famous music for what we would now consider the orchestra. Handel - Water Music Handel's Water Music is made up of three orchestral suites, written for an outdoor performance for King George I on the Thames. Using scripture references, the libretto detailed the life of Jesus Christ from His birth and ministry to His crucifixion and resurrection. The king's boating blowout gave birth to a smash hit — Water Music, composed by George Frideric Handel for his majesty's royal ride up the Thames. The story of the composition of this most famous of all Christian musical works has been told variously. The subtitle of this documentary is "Recreating a Royal Spectacular". Along the way, the story reveals much about Handel’s life and times in London including the city’s famous Vauxhall Gardens, the Opera Hall, the back streets of Gin Lane and finally the Foundling Hospital. ( Log Out /  In just 23 days he completed a 260-page oratorio. The Hallelujah chorus is in fact the conclusion of part two, but in performances today it regularly is used to climax and conclude the Christmas performance of the first part of the oratorio. Handel’s “Water Music” – London 1717 Posted on August 8, 2012 by David Nelson With the focus on London’s Olympics these days, and also of the current presidential campaign, I was reminded of a great piece of music whose first performance was on the Thames almost 300 years ago. He leaves prison with the completed text of his first play, and the pseudonym Voltaire. Trace the extraordinary circumstances in which the German prince George Ludwig of Brunswick-Lüneberg became King George I of England. An evening trip up London's river Thames seems an unlikely place to debut one of Handel's most well-known pieces, but this is exactly the story behind Handel's Water Music. Handel’s reputation, both with the royal family and the more general public, was served well by his contribution to the “royal cruise.” Movements from the so-called Water Music appeared in various publications for several decades, and concert performances were very popular. “Handel conducted Messiah many times and often altered the This was when King George I first came into power; Handel was eager to please his new King. (Hear Tafelmusik perform this motet Nov 2–6 at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre.). Handel responded with Water Music, which, according to one eyewitness, engaged an ensemble of flutes, recorders, oboes, … Jean-Philippe Rameau (left) is organist at the cathedral in Clermont-Ferrand (1715–1722), and composes the grand motet “In convertendo Dominum” for ceremonies celebrating the installation of the new bishop of Clermont, Jean-Baptiste Massillon. The truth was as well, that falling in and out of favor with royalty left him alternately in and out of money, and because he was not a wise businessman he in fact lost a fortune in the opera business and, depressed and in debt, gave it up in 1740. Handel and his orchestra followed the king's barge down the Thames River playing the Water Music Suite. George I hosts a royal river party on the Thames on July 17, for which George Frideric Handel composes Water Music. The King and his party were served dinner at Chelsea at one o’clock in the morning, returning to St. James’s Palace at half-past four. The result is the second-ever performance on the river, filmed in costume on a regal-style period barge against the backdrop of the present-day Thames from Whitehall to Chelsea. To this we add a lively Tambourin danced by sailors from the Turkish entrée. This tradition has been maintained even until today. François-Maire Arouet is imprisoned in the Bastille for eleven months for having written a verse that satirized the Regent of France. When he was old enough, because he wanted to compose opera, he moved to Italy at the invitation of the D’Medici family, but unfortunately for him, the Pope had banned opera at that time, and he found himself scrambling to compose occasion pieces. Handel was a German born in Halle in 1685. The result is the second-ever performance on the river, filmed in costume on a regal-style period barge against the backdrop of the present-day Thames from Whitehall to Chelsea. A contemporary newspaper account reported that there were so many boats, filled with “persons of quality,” that “the whole river in a manner was cover’d.” The barges floated up the river from Whitehall to Chelsea, riding the tide. Throughout the work the wind and brass instruments, so well suited for outdoor use, figure prominently. This morning in Estes Chapel we did our annual Messiah singalong complete with fine soloists and a small chamber orchestra. As one source says. The 1717 event was apparently the grandest, and possibly the last, of King George I’s water parties. The opera ends in the forests of North America, with “les sauvages” dancing the ceremony of the Grand Calumet de la Paix (Peace Pipe), and all joining in a final Chaconne. The renowned London biographer Peter Ackroyd narrates the ambitious attempt of a team of historical experts to discover the remarkable story behind the 1717 premiere of Handel’s Water Music on the Thames. This story was first related by Handel's early biographer John Mainwaring; although it may have some foundation in fact, the tale as told by Mainwaring has been doubted by some Handel scholars. Inspired,  Handel decided he must compose an oratorio based on this libretto. It was written incredibly fast. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Above you will see one of the more flattering portraits of Handel. In this recording, The London Philharmonic performs from Handel's Water Music, Messiah, and Rinaldo throughout the story. to him for each performance. His Majesty approved of it so greatly that he caused it to be played three times in all, although each performance lasted an hour — namely; twice before and once after supper. River parties were regular occurrences during the summer season in eighteenth-century London, and royal excursions were important social occasions. SNAPSHOT OF 1717: THE YEAR OF WATER MUSIC. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. was one by Mozart, translated into German. The [weather in the] evening was all that could be desired for the festivity, and the number of barges and above all of boats filled with people wanting to listen was beyond counting. The first English translation in 100 years of Ovid’s Metamorphoses is published by Samuel Garth, with translations by Dryden, Pope, Addison, Tate, Gay, Congreve, and others. Crews on ships commanded by Benjamin Hornigold and Edward Teach capture the British-built Concorde in the Carribean. Unfortunately, much of the music Bach wrote for these posts is thought to have been lost. The thread that links the four acts of Rameau’s first opéra-ballet, Les Indes galantes, is the eighteenth-century notion of the exotic. The renowned London biographer Peter Ackroyd narrates the ambitious attempt of a team of historical experts to discover the remarkable story behind the 1717 premiere of Handel's Water Music on the Thames. It was on the occasion of the royal river excursion of July 17, 1717, described above by the Brandenburg Resident in London, Friedrich Bonet, that Handel’s “Celebrated Water Music” was first performed. He achieved some sucess early on, and toured Italy in 1706. The composer supposedly fell out of favour for moving to London during Queen Anne's reign. The music had been composed specially by the famous Handel, a native of Halle, and His Majesty’s principal court composer. Congratulations to Martin on 25 years at Tafelmusik! He captures several ships and sails north to the North American coast. While it would certainly be too much to call it an overnight sensation, it is clear that this work quickly became very popular and was soon to be seen as a classic. A few years later, he turned to the work again, creating the suite as we now know it, presumably for performance at the Collegium Musicum. It was a tremendous success, and not long after Handel was reemployed by the King, and retained as music master to their daughters by Queen Caroline. The music became known as Water Music, one of Handel's best-loved compositions. The convoluted plots of the grand mythological tragedies are replaced in the opéra-ballet by a loosely structured series of tableaux linked by a general theme. Change ). His brother Charles actually got to know Handel a bit before Handel died, and visited him in his London home on more than one occasion. Below you will see its picture. I have told the story of Ed Robb and AFTE  this past Fall on the blog so I will not repeat it. This house is today the well known Handel House museum, and well worth a visit too. Handel is definitely the non-Brexit composer. It was only shortly after these calamities in Handel’s life that he came across a libretto composed by Charles Jennens. rearrangements were added in subsequent centuries–a notable arrangement Handel's Water Music; About; Reviews; Explore; About. Today of course it is the first two parts of this work that mostly get performed. Handel wrote his Water Music for King George of England, who was also his boss when he was a court composer in Germany. Jean-Antoine Watteau paints Les plaisirs du bal (left). Handel’s reputation, both with the royal family and the more general public, was served well by his contribution to the “royal cruise.” Movements from the so-called Water Music appeared in various publications for several decades, and concert performances were very popular. It remains the standard English translation for some 200 years. When the Hallelujah chorus began to play in the performance the King attended he abruptly stood up, apparently as a way of indicating he recognized that Christ was the King of Kings. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. "There is so much fine Easter music — Bach's St. Matthew Passion, most especially — and so little great sacral music written for Christmas," he said. André Campra, Lully’s successor at the Paris opera, said of the first performance, “My Lord, there is enough music in this opera to make ten of them; this man will eclipse us all.” For his second foray into stage music two years later, Rameau turned to the form made popular by Campra, the opéra-ballet. Composed entirely of Scripture portions, mainly from the OT, Handel was deeply affected when he read this libretto. ( Log Out /  Johann Sebastian Bach is appointed Capellmeister to Prince Leopold in Cöthen. The work first premiered during the Easter season in April 1742,  and interestingly enough John Wesley was one of the ones who saw an early performance of this work. Each act presents a tale of love and intrigue in a distant land, the Indies in this case represented by Turkey, Peru, Persia, and North America. The work was enormously popular, and between 1735 and 1773 it was performed no fewer than 320 times at the Royal Academy of Music in Paris. ( Log Out /  His timing here was better than in Italy because England came to have a King from Hanover in Germany, namely King George– the one the American colonists had so much trouble with. The renowned London biographer Peter Ackroyd narrates the ambitious attempt of a team of historical experts to discover the remarkable story behind the 1717 premiere of Handel's Water Music on the Thames. An evening trip up London’s river Thames seems an unlikely place to debut one of Handel’s most well-known pieces, but this is exactly the story behind Handel’s Water Music. September 27, 2016, George Weston Recital Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts. Bach used the overture, with the addition of trumpets, timpani, and choir, as the opening chorus of Cantata 110, “Unser Mund sei voll Lachens,” written for a Christmas service in Leipzig in 1725. Note that the title of this work is not ‘The Messiah’, but simply Messiah. ( Log Out /  In the complete opera there are some 90 minutes of instrumental music, of which we offer a very brief sampling. 2: Handel: Water Music (1714) Discover how music and history intersected in the remarkable career of George Frederick Handel. In its original version, probably written at Cöthen but no longer extant, it did not employ trumpets and timpani. Handel could never have anticipated that this work would become perhaps the most performed piece of classical music in all of history, all to the glory of Christ. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. This week we are performing the entire Water Music, in an arrangement of movements as may have been used in eighteenth-century concert versions. In April of 1737 at 52 Handel seems to have suffered from a stroke which incapacitated him, making it impossible for him to perform (he played the spinet or keyboard) or conduct, because it had paralyzed his right arm and he was right handed. He titled the massiv… Charles of course composed two well known Christmas hymns— Lo he Comes with Clouds Descending, and  the more familiar Hark the Herald Angels Sing. For example,  here is a sample from a group that calls itself the silent monks, My hope for you is that you will have the blessing of hearing some or all of this oratorio during this holiday season. The renowned London biographer Peter Ackroyd narrates the ambitious attempt of a team of historical experts to discover the remarkable story behind the 1717 premiere of Handel’s Water Music … Handel's other famous works include the Messiah and the Royal Fireworks Music. For this version he retained the trumpet and timpani parts of the chorus, with slight alterations, and re-worked the original dance movements to include the brass. In fact Handel had returned to Germany and had become the Kapellmeister for George the Elector of Haonver before he ever became King of England. The story behind the Water Music Suite begins in 1709 when Handel returned to Hanover and began to work for the Elector of Hanover. Get to know Krisztina Szabó, mezzo-soprano, Handel’s Water Music: next time, we’ll do it on a boat, A Midnight Story: Haydn C-Major Cello Concerto. In 1717 he composed the famous Water Music which was well liked, but in the what have you done for me lately department, it only brought Handel some temporary recognition and remuneration. What we can say with certainty is that he composed the work in a short period of time during the summer of 1741, and when he got to the Hallelujah chorus, his assistant found him in tears saying “I did think I saw heaven open, and saw the very face of God”. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Jean-Philippe Rameau astonished the Parisian public in 1733 when, at the age of 50, he presented his first opera, Hippolyte et Aricie. Many works, including the four orchestral suites, have survived only in the form of copies by Bach’s friends or colleagues. In his Journal he commented “there were some parts that were affecting, but I doubt it has staying power”. It’s a good thing he didn’t go into the music business. There are many recordings. Two of Bach’s official posts required him to compose and perform a great deal of instrumental music: that of Capellmeister to Prince Leopold of Cöthen (1717–1723), and that of Director of the Collegium Musicum in Leipzig (1729–1741). Fortunately, a tactful friend secured a commission for Handel to write music for a royal water party on the Thames on the 17th of July, 1717. When George I planned his barge party, he asked Handel to provide music in the form of an orchestral composition for about 50 musicians. Tickets starting from $49 (KH), $38 (TCA); Tafelscene (35 & Under) from $26 (KH), $15 (TCA). Even if you are not a classical music buff, you can Handel it once and a while Peter Ackroyd chairs a group of experts as they attempt to recreate the journey made by King George I and his court upriver from Whitehall to Chelsea in the summer of 1717, accompanied by an orchestra playing Handel's newly-composed `Water Music'. The first known Druid revival ceremony is held on the Autumnal equinox at Primrose Hill in London. Download Händel Water Music, HWV 348-350 in PDF and mp3 for free and without copyrights from Musopen.org. In 1737 Handel's opera company went bankrupt, and he suffered what seems to be a mild stroke. At about eight in the evening the King repaired to his barge. Baroque music, a style of music that prevailed during the period from about 1600 to about 1750, known for its grandiose, dramatic, and energetic spirit but also for its stylistic diversity. Most historic accounts estimate the composer spent only 24 days writing the oratorio. In 1725 Handel moved into a newly built flat on Brook Street in London where he was to live the rest of his life, dying in 1759. 3. Without question, one of the most famous pieces of music ever written or performed is Handel’s Messiah. The last suite is the grandest of the four, scored for three oboes, bassoon, three trumpets, timpani, strings, and continuo. In 1741, swimming in debt and out of favor as a composer, Handel received a libretto from Charles Jennens, a poet with whom he had worked previously. The whole is preceded by a prologue extolling the universal power of love. It was divided into three parts: 1) prophecies about the coming messiah (largely drawing on Isaiah); 2) the birth, life, ministry, death, resurrection of Christ; 3) the End times with Christ’s final victory over sin and death, largely based in the book of Revelation. On August 22, 56-year-old Handel sequestered himself in his London home and began to compose music to the biblical texts heralding the life of Jesus Christ. He also complained of blurred vision. George Frideric Handel, Soundtrack: Autómata. BW3, The John Wesley Fellowship began in 1977, with Steve Harper and yours truly being two of the first John Wesley Fellows chosen. Filmed on the River Thames with the English Concert directed by Andrew Manze The renowned London biographer Peter Ackroyd narrates the ambitious attempt of a team of historical experts to discover the remarkable story behind the 1717 premiere of Handel’s Water Music on the Thames. He didn't joke for long. Now more than ever.’   Then I found the picture you see above, and then this one below……    My response to this nonsense above […], The John Wesley Fellows meeting this January was held in Atlanta at Candler School of Theology, and its Dean,  Dean Love is a collector of art for the seminary, with some 50 or so paintings now gracing the walls of their beautiful new seminary building. In the Mozart version a French horn replaces the trumpet on ‘The Trumpets shall sound’, even though Luther’s bible translation speaks of a last trombone. MUSIC Now it was normal protocol that if the King stood at any time, no one in his presence sat, and so the entire audience stood for the performance of the Hallelujah Chorus. Hornigold accepts a British amnesty for all pirates, but Teach rejects it and becomes knows as Blackbeard (left). regarded as the “authentic” one. ... boats and tides and portray the sensational political story behind … HISTORY Discouraged with the musical situation in Italy, Handel moved first to Germany and then to England in 1712 and by 1727 had become a naturalized citizen of the British realm. Handel got caught in the crossfire to some extent. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Many more variations and Join us this year at Handel Water Music from Sept 22-25th at Koerner Hall (KH) or on Sept 27th at Toronto Centre for the Arts (TCA) – click here for tickets. Handel composed Messiah, an English language oratorio which traces the story of Jesus Christ, in 1741.Messiah was first performed in Dublin on … Hallelujah Handel is only available for licensing/script & music rental. One of the most dramatic turning points in the history of music occurred at the beginning of the 17th And sure enough, everyone knew to stand when we got to the Hallelujah chorus. Focus: antiphony Handel's "Water Music" is an antiphonal piece for instruments, with three sets of instruments trading off. In 1717 he composed the famous Water Music which was well liked, but in the what have you done for me lately department, it only brought Handel some temporary recognition and remuneration. ART & LITERATURE Handel’s “Water Music” was composed for King George I for a barge trip on the River Thames in 1717 (Sherrane, 2008). […], I was sitting at the traffic light when a pickup pulled up next to me. A recreation of the premiere of Handel's Water Music using documentary and performance. In the beginnings of the 18th century there was much ferment and furor over what counted as sacred music and what counted as secular music. Unlike Handel he was a writer of lyrics not primarily a composer of music, which was Handel’s forte. music to suit the needs of the singers and orchestra he had available And he certainly could not have anticipated the many and various versions of the performance of Messiah. Fortunately for Handel, King George decided that this work was worthy of being attended and supported, and this in turn led to one of the most interesting traditions connected to this masterpiece. In 1710-1711 he took leave to visit London where he produced his opera, “Rinaldo.” It was a big success and Handel did not want to return to Hanover (Rosen 14). The art of choice comes from a West coast artist […], The John Wesley Fellows Meeting at Candler---- The Senior Fellows, Guns and Religion--- Enough is Quite Enough, Revival 2011--- At My Home Church in Charlotte, The John Wesley Fellows Meeting at Candler---- The Art of Theology. What is interesting is that Handel kept tinkering with it and changing it. Here are some of the senior fellows attending the meeting. Born February 23 1685 in Halle, Germany, he was christened "Georg Friederich Händel" but always signed his name "Georg Friedrich Händel". The building has a shop on the first floor called Regina Rubens. Handel's Water Music, although it was composed more than thirty years earlier, is often paired with the Music for the Royal Fireworks as both were written for outdoor performance. Next to the King’s barge was that of the musicians, about 50 in number, who played on all kinds of instruments, to wit trumpets, horns, hautboys [oboes], bassoon, German flutes [transverse flutes], French flutes [recorders], violins, and basses; but there were no singers. 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