George Frideric Handel - The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
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George Frideric Handel - The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from the oratorio Solomon (1749)
Georg Friedrich Händel
- One of my favorite classical pieces. If this doesn't make you want to dance
there is something wrong with you. LOL!
- George Frideric Handel - The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
- My flat is a mess, but listening to this suddenly seems in pristine order.
- If I was the queen of Sheba (and I still hope to be so one day) I would be
happy to arrive to this.
Happy Birthday great George Frideric!
- Great German composer!
- I can't Handel this!
- haven't played this in so long, i miss junior all county.
- Is there a person who can pizz this songs at this speed, you have talent
(I'm not able to...)
This song is so beautiful. I learrned to play it with my orchestra in two
week. It was so much work, but we weren't able to play it this fast...
- What are these infernal puns?
- Wonderful, glorious, magnificent...
Thanks for posting
- Yes, Pythia, it makes me want to dance with joy
- listening to my favorites!
- Good piece from G. F. Handel
- Soooo beautiful
- My favourite part is that little moment just after 1:07, I'm not great with
musical terminology but i guess the best way to describe it is like a
little kick, It's a really satisfying sound :)
- One of my all-time favorite songs. So beautiful.
- A MUSIC THAT CAPTURES THE NOBILITY OF THE EVENT.
- The violins represent the excitement in the crowd filled with peeking and
turning heads, mummering as they try to get a glimpse of the queen and her
procession which passes by with an anouncement by the oboes. The excitement
continually builds. It's as if you were there.
- This song is so beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I had so much trouble memorizing
the 3d page as a 1st violinist but it was worth it. This is one of my fav.
- Learning to play this song with the violin ><
- Any idea which orchestra this is a recording of?