Handel – oratorios

Deborah: John Greenacombe, ‘Did Italians sing in Deborah in 1744?’, 19/2 (2008)
Esther

Howard Serwer, ‘The Italians in Esther’, 5/1 (1994)
Ilias Chrissochoidis, ‘A “Fam’d Oratorio … in Old English Sung”: Esther on 16 May 1732’, 18/1 (2007)
Messiah

Exhibition at Pallant House, 3/1 (1992)
David Hunter, ‘Messiah in Cork 1744’, 12/1 (2001)
TimThurston, ‘Messiah Plaque returns to Fishamble Street’, 15/1 (2004)
Donald Burrows and Anthony Hicks, ‘The “Warren” Manuscript of Messiah’, 12/2 (2001)
Donald Burrows , ‘Singing the “Hallelujah” Chorus, Still’, 18/2 (2007)
La Resurrezione: Terence Best, ‘Who sang in La Resurrezione?’,21/1 (2010)
Samson: Donald Burrows, ‘ “Something necessary to the connection”: Charles Jennens, James Hunter and Handel’s ‘Samson’, 15/1 (2004); 16/2 (2005)
Saul: Winton Dean (Halle Handel Festival), 8/2 (1997)
Solomon: John Snape, ‘Solomon and the Blessings of Laws, wisely applied’, 31/2 (2020)
Terminology: Donald Burrows, ‘A Question of Terminology’, 5/2 (1994)
Theodora

Winton Dean (Glyndebourne), 7/2 (1996)
Colin Timms, ‘A Borrowing from Vivaldi in Theodora, 21/1 (2010)
Colin Timms, ‘Did Handel borrow from Leclair?’, 30/1 (2019)
Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno: Carolyn Gianturco, ‘Il Trionfo Revived’, 6/1 (1995)[with postscript by Donald Burrows]
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