Handel's life and Handel's festivals, [19--].

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Costa, Michael, Sir, 1808-1884. Handel's life and Handel's festivals, [19--].

Handel's life and Handel's festivals, [19--].

Scrapbook, compiler unknown, containing materials related to 19th-century performances of Handel's music in England. Includes manuscript letters, magazine and newspaper clippings, performance ticket stubs, embossed rehearsal tickets (1834), printed programs, printed publications, engraved plates (portraits, illustrations), etc. Printed pamphlets: Handel Studies : Biographical Notice No. 1, The Messiah and Biographical Notice II. The Dettingen Te Deum and No. III. Israel in Egypt / by Henry F. Chorley. London : Augener and Co., 86, Newgate Street, and 4a, Tottenham Court Road, 1859 -- A Popular Account of the Handel Festival Organ -- Extract from the twenty-seventh annual report of the Sacred Harmonic Society, relative to the Handel Commemoration Festival held at the Crystal Palace, 1859. London : Printed by W. O. Mitchell, 39 Charing Cross, 1860 -- Handel receiving the laurel from Apollo, a poem by an unknown author, originally printed in the year 1724. Edited by F. Chrysander. Leipsic : Breitkopf and Hàˆrtel, 1859. Solomon [libretto], an oratorio, or sacred drama, the music composed in the year 1748, by George Frideric Handel. London : Published by the Society, at their office, No. 6, in Exeter Hall.

1 v. (77 leaves) ; 32 x 26 cm.

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