HANDEL REFERENCE DATABASE

 

Created and maintained by Ilias Chrissochoidis

 

(September 2013 count: 797,733 words)

 

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Individual titles

 

1712–34

Colman Opera Register” (British Library, Add. Ms. 11258, ff. 18v–32r)

1722

Daniel Prat, Ode to Mr. Handel, on his Playing on the Organ, 1722 (repr., London, 1781)

 

1724

An Epistle to Mr. Handel, upon his Operas of Flavius and Julius Caesar (London, 1724)

 

1724

The Session of Musicians (London, 1724)

 

1726–31

The Academy of Vocal Music” (British Library, Add. Ms. 11732)

1727

The Contre temps (London, 1727)

 

1732

[?Aaron Hill], See and Seem Blind: Or, A Critical Dissertation on the Publick Diversions (London, 1732)

 

1733

[Aaron Hill], “An ODE, on Occasion of Mr. HANDEL’s Great Te Deum

 

1733

Polymnia: Or, The Charms of Musick (London, 1733)

1733

Do you know what you are about?  Or, A Protestant alarm to Great Britain (London, 1733)

 

1734

Harmony in an Uproar (London, 1734)

 

1739

Advice to Mr. Handel: Which may serve as an Epilogue to Israel in Egypt ([London, 1739])

1745

An Ode to Mr. Handel (London, 1745)

 

1746

Orpheus and Hecate. An Ode. Inscribed to the Patroness of the Italian Opera (London, 1746)

1759

A Fair Enquiry into the State of Operas in England (London, [1759])

1760

John Langhorne, The Tears of Music.  A Poem, to the Memory of Mr. Handel (London, 1760)

 

1760

[John Mainwaring], Memoirs of the Life of the Late George Frederic Handel (London, 1760)

 

1760

Shaftesbury’s Memoirs of Handel,” Public Record Office 30/24/28/84

1770

Charles Burney, The Present State of Music in France and Italy (London, 1771)

 

1772

Charles Burney, The Present State of Music in Germany, the Netherlands, and United Provinces (London, 1775)

 

1776

John Hawkins, A General History of the Science and Practice of Music (London, 1776)

 

1784

[Thomas Maurice], Ode sacred to the genius of Handel (London, [1784])

 

1799

[William Coxe], Anecdotes of George Frederick Handel and John Christopher Smith (London, 1799)

 

1802–28

The John Marsh Diaries (Huntington Library, HM 54457, vols. 23–37)

 

 

External links

 

1742

Horatio Townsend, An Account of the Visit of Handel to Dublin (Dublin, 1852)

 

1770

Charles Burney, The Present State of Music in France and Italy (2nd corrected edn; transcr. SECM)

 

1776

John Hawkins, A General History of the Science and Practice of Music (1875 edn)

 

1786

John Newton, Messiah.  Fifty Expository Discourses, on the Series of Scriptural Passages, which form the Subject of the celebrated Oratorio of Handel (London, 1786)

 

1765–1801

Brian Robins, ed., The John Marsh Journals: The Life and Times of a Gentleman Composer (1752–1828) (Stuyvesant, NJ, 1998)

 

1857

Victor Schoelcher, The Life of Handel (London, 1857)

 

1858–67

Friedrich Chrysander, G. F. Händel, 3 vols. (Leipzig, 1858, 1860, 1867)

 

 

Handel Complete Works (Chrysander edition)

CCARH’s Messiah web page

 

 

General music links

 

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