Painting by Edward John Poynter, in 1867 “Israel in Egypt”, catalogued HWV 54, was composed by Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759) in 1739, and composed that year on April 4th. The oratorio was scored in English for soloists, choir and orchestra, in 46 movements. Join us listening to this early piece on Clubhouse, June 29, at… Continue reading “Israel in Egypt”, first known classical music recording — June 29 1888
Day: June 27, 2021
Loving whilst waiting for Love
Love is Love
It seems incomprehensible to me that it could ever be more complex than that.