I was familiar with George Frideric Handel’s Hallelujah. It was often heard in churches because of the choral, and I was immediately astounded by the fact that it was created by a well-known Baroque composer. Hallelujah was a word that someone speaks of when something holy or is related to an amazing work that we somehow owe to God’s grace.
The compositions defined were:John Dowland Fine Knacks for Ladies G.F. Handel Hallelujah Chorus L.V. Beethoven Symphony No.9, Op. 125, D Minor “Choral” Symphony No. 9
George Frideric Handel’s other compositions:Messiah (1741) Water Music (1717) Rinaldo (1711)
Hallelujah was composed with Messiah, in fact Hallelujah was the first music composition I had heard from a back. Because it was often used by people, and it gives of an ambiance of a Church music although it is not. He created Hallelujah from finishing Messiah, and from the time that Messiah didn’t take its place as a prominent music piece. Hallelujah was performed and from then on was recognized by the people.
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voice is your instrument or you can sing by a group .
youve gonna use your voice sound like 1 instrument or you can only sing while the other just tuners
When the lady sings, the serenade enters the Panagutan stage. There are sets of songs appropriated for her replies. It could be a song of diplomatic uncertainty or a song of affirmation (if she likes the suitor). If it is a song of affirmation, the harana group may join the lady in singing.
yes. because you need to feel the music whether it opera or not.