George Frideric Handel: Oratorios
Donald Macleod explores Handel's oratorios, beginning with his work in Rome as a young man. Then, Handel's accidental conception of the English oratorio, and how, following a five-year break from composition, Handel wrote the oratorio; Saul, Belshazzar and Messiah. Finally, Donald Macleod explores Handel’s warlike works and his late burst of masterpieces.
|Composer||George Frideric Handel|