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Elizabeth Harwood Papers Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759), composer
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Performance lists, composer

The file contains listings of Harwoods performances arranged by composer. Included is a list of Harwoods performances of Handel's "Messiah" that details dates and locations and the working copy of the list.

Performance lists, chronological

Contains listings of Harwood's performances by chronology. Included is a list of Harwoods performances of Handel's "Messiah" that details dates and locations.

Highlights of Handel's Messiah

A note on the cassette informs that this is the Basil Lam edition. With the Ambrosian Chorus and English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Charles Mackerras. Elizabeth was joined by Janet Baker (contralto), Robert Tear (tenor) and Raimund Herincx (...

Handel's Messiah

Basil Lam's edition, based on Handel's own performances. Soloists were Elizabeth Harwood, Janet Baker, Paul Esswood, Robert Tear and Raimund Herincx. They were joined by the Ambrosian Singers and the English Chamber Orchestra (conducte...

Various songs, one side of cassette only

Titles of songs as follows: - O My Beloved Father - With Verdure Clad - Come Unto Him - Waltz Song (Merrie England) - Ballad - Early Morning - I Love Thee (Ich Liebe Dich) - Angels Guard Thee - If I Can Help Somebody A note on the cassette reads ...

Acis and Galatea, Handel

Performed by English Opera Group. The conductor was James Loughran. Elizabeth played the role of Acis. The inside of the box notes that the recording consists of Acis (full side and half reverse), and 'Music for You' with Eric Robinso...

Elizabeth Harwood at Wigmore Hall

Performance given on 16 Jun 1981. Geoffrey Parsons accompanied Elizabeth on the piano. Songs sung were by Handel, Mozart, R Strauss, Britten, Delius, Puccini and Vaughan-Williams. The four tapes are as follows: i: Complete and unedited tape of...

Handel's Solomon, BBC Proms, Albert Hall

With the Royal Opera House Covent Garden Orchestra, conducted by Charles Mackerras. The recording was made on 11 Aug 1966. The second tape also contains a BBC broadcast of Handel's Delirio Amoroso, aired on 20 Mar 1966.

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