George Frideric Handel

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==Works==
 
==Works==
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;Operas
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*Rinaldo "''the castrated knight''" (1711)
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*Rinaldo II "''the return of the knight without a ballsack''" (1712)
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*Giulio Cesare in Egitto "''the Emperor of Rome without his testicals''" (1724)
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*Rodelinda "''some guy crying about his lost balls "Dove sei amante testicals?"'' (1725)
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*Alcina "''a bitchy cougar soprano-sorceress that have sex with alot of castrated men''" (1735)
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*Serse "''It beginns with that aria "Ombra mai fu", the rest is pretty shitty''" (1738)
   
'''Operas'''
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;Oratorios
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*Esther ''"Like, the first oratorio in English ever! Totally, fuck Italian!"''
Rinaldo "''the castrated knight''" (1711)
 
Rinaldo II "''the return of the knight without a ballsack''" (1712)
 
Giulio Cesare in Egitto "''the Emperor of Rome without his testicals''" (1724)
 
Rodelinda "''some guy crying about his lost balls "Dove sei amante testicals?"'' (1725)
 
Alcina "''a bitchy cougar soprano-sorceress that have sex with alot of castrated men''" (1735)
 
Serse "''It beginns with that aria "Ombra mai fu", the rest is pretty shitty''" (1738)
 
 
'''Oratorios'''
 
 
Esther ''"Like the first oratorio in english ever! Totally, fuck italian!"''
 
 
(It is funny because the ouverture is written in an italian style!) (1718)
 
(It is funny because the ouverture is written in an italian style!) (1718)
Messiah "Oh JESUS! Everyone knows this. A long fucking wait untill the Hallelujah-chorus" (1741)
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*Messiah "Oh JESUS! Everyone knows this. A long fucking wait untill the Hallelujah-chorus" (1741)
Judas Maccabeus "About that jew that killed Jesus, you know [[Judas]]. (1746)
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*Judas Maccabeus "About that jew that killed Jesus, you know [[Judas]]. (1746)
 
'''Orchestral music'''
 
   
Organ-concertos op. 4 and 7
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;Orchestral music
[[Golder shower]] music on the Thames
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*Organ-concertos op. 4 and 7
Water music in da shower
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*[[Golder shower]] music on the Thames
Music for the Royal [[erection]]
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*Water music in da shower
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*Music for the Royal [[erection]]
   
'''Musical Influences'''
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==Musical influences==
Handel is a key figure in the world of club music and dance, he is often refereed to as the 'great grandmother' of dance music, dance is in fact an anagram of his name. Being born in the 1930's, Handel grew up listening to club on the popular radio stations and town criers, he was particularly fond of the instruments found in Dance music, such as the Organ and the Ferris Wheel. Legend tells that at just 40 years old, before he had even learned to read and write, he composed his first piece of Dance music entitled 'The club can't even Handel me right now'.
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Handel is a key figure in the world of club music and dance. He is often refereed to as the "great grandmother" of dance music, dance in fact being an anagram of his name. Being born in the 1930's, Handel grew up listening to club on the popular radio stations and town criers. He was particularly fond of the instruments found in Dance music, such as the Organ and the Ferris Wheel. Legend tells that at just 40 years old, before he had even learned to read and write, he composed his first piece of Dance music entitled, ''The club can't even Handel me right now.''
   
 
==Legacy==
 
==Legacy==

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