‘Another Handel Anecdote’: Graham Pont, 17/2 (2006)
‘A Book in Handel’s Library’: Duncan Chisholm, 10/1 (1999)
‘Did Handel perform a Pergolesi aria?’: Donald Burrows, 18/1 (2007)
‘Handel and George I in Birmingham’: Colin Timms and Paul Spencer-Longhurst, 8/2 (1997)
‘Handel and Samuel Wesley’: Stanley Pelkey, 11/2 (2000)
‘Handel and the Co-ordination of National Styles: Bukofzer Revisited’: Howard Serwer, 12/1 (2001)
‘Handel and the Feuding Royals’: Thomas McGeary, 17/2 (2006)
‘Handel at Exton, Rutland’: David Hunter, 25/1 (2014)
‘Handel at Vauxhall’, Thomas McGeary, 9/1 (1998)
‘The “Handel Documents” Project’: Donald Burrows, 18/2 (2007); 21/1 (2010);
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‘Handel in German Belletristic Literature’: Annette Landgraf, 24/1 (2013)
‘Handel in Hell?’, Duncan Chisholm, 9/1 (1998)
‘Handel, Milton, and a New Document from their English Audience’: Ruth Smith, 14/2 (2003)
‘The “Handel Organ” at St Lawrence Whitchurch, Little Stanmore, Middlesex’: Dominic Gwynn, 7/2 (1996)
‘Handel References in The Evening Advertiser (1754–1756)’: Ilias Chrissochoidis,19/1 (2008)
‘Handel Revamped’: H. Diack Johnstone, 25/1 (2014)
‘Handel Sources in the Nanki Music Library, now in Wakayama’: Hiromi Hoshino. 31/2 (2020)
‘Handel, Thomas Birch and Elizabeth Carter’: Brian Trowell, 8/1 (1997)
‘Handel, Walsh, Sonatas and Concertos in the Early 1730s’: Donald Burrows, 17/1 (2006)
‘Handel, Women, and the War with Spain’: David Hunter, 10/2 (1999)
‘Handel’s Accumulation of Wealth’: Ellen Harris, 13/1 (2002)
‘Handel’s Family’: Klaus-Peter Koch, 19/2 (2008)
Handel’s Will: Facsimiles and Commentary, 20/1 (2009)
‘Mr Handel sings Duets with Lady Gatehouse’: David Hunter, 17/1 (2006)
‘New Accounts of Handel and the Oxford Act’: Thomas McGeary, 13/1 (2002)
‘A New Handel Letter’: Donald Burrows, 24/1 (2013)
New Handel Manuscript at Coke Collection, 23/2 (2012)
‘Not Vagaries but Varieties: Handel’s ‘Inconsistencies’ Authenticated’: Graham Pont, 11/1 (2000)
‘Thomas Newburgh and his Poem on Handel’s Blindness’: Michael Talbot, 29/2 (2018)
‘Two Anniversaries’: Donald Burrows, 10/1 (1999)
‘Two Newly Discovered References to Handel’: Terence Best, 2/1 (1991)
‘Walsh’s Edition of Handel’s “Solos”‘: Donald Burrows, 19/1 (2008)
See also Book reviews; Burney; Carestini; Editions reviewed; Frenchman; Harris, James; Heidegger; Jennens; Timotheus; Vocal Chamber Music