Händel, Georg Friedrich (1685 - 1759)
The source is the manuscript of separate parts Mus.2410-F-36, Digitale Bibliothek, SLUB Dresden. It includes an arrangement in the Dresden orchestra style of the Ouverture from the opera Poro Re delle Indie by Händel.
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The source is the ms of separate parts Mus.2410-F-15a, Digitale Bibliothek, SLUB Dresden. It includes an arrangement of the Ouverture from the opera Radamistus by Händel, and a suite of airs and dances possibly by Johann Friedrich Fasch, according to SLUB. Fasch could be the arranger of the whole piece.
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This Concerto is included in a printed edition by Walsh, London 1734. Caption title: “Six Concertos for Violins, &c in seven Parts. Opera Terza... compos'd by Mr. Handel“. The source is the edition of Deutsche Händelgesellschaft, edited by Friedrich Chrysander, Bd. 21, Leipzig, 1884, available at Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München (2 Mus.pr. 905-4).
Version 1.0 was published on May 17, 2008. A new release of the same version in a revised editorial format was published on January 2, 2014.
The source is the edition of Deutsche Händelgesellschaft, edited by Friedrich Chrysander, Dresden, 1886. Volume “XLVII Instrumentalmusik für großes Orchester” is online available at digital collection, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München. The “Flute Suite in G” (15-19) from the Eulenburg edition No. 1308, editor Fiske, London, 1973 has also been considered. In fact the edition is based on the sequence of numbers of the Eulenburg edition. The 6 numbers are quietly scored. "Almost certainly they were the 'very fine Consort of Musick' performed while the King had supper at Chelsea" (Fiske).
Version 1.0 with a revised editorial format.