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Handel, George Frideric

Line breaks: George Frid|eric Han¦del
Pronunciation: /ˈhand(ə)l
 
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( 1685–1759), German-born composer and organist, resident in England from 1712; born Georg Friedrich Händel. A prolific composer, he is chiefly remembered for his choral works, especially the oratorio Messiah (1742), and, for orchestra, his Water Music suite (circa 1717) and Music for the Royal Fireworks (1749).

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