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
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- Yes, I am a gamer. But, this is what my advanced group of violin (school)
is playing right now. It is really cool! My subbies are probably gonna
watch this right now as well... hehe WHATEVS!
- Man this nigga is da best 4 reel cuz.
He make all the bitches wet when he drop the bass
- had this played at our wedding when we were leaving the church, made me
feel so happy.
- if this is not in mount and blade Napoleonic wars, i will be sad
- "Last Tango in Halifax" brought me here.
- With these strings - I imagine very fat Queen of Sheba, majestically
waddling in. Not me.
- Great German composer!
- It makes me feel good
- Handel was so devilishly clever! His music is so endlessly creative and
never ceases to delight and surprise!
- Intro and Outro English Listening Comprehension...
- Love this song
- Great composer !!
- Civilization 2. This is the soundtrack of the "Adam Smith's Trading
Company" Wonder of the World.
- Händel in full action ! If this piece of music isn't glorious and joyful
... then what is ???
superb baroque music from the West
Who can top the great Händel ?
this wonderful music is for all mankind and will last for all the ages to
- The oboes are the best :')
- It's loaded with memories of years ago, when my kids were young and just
starting their musical journeys. I love it!
- Check out this playlist on YouTube:
- My Sandra's favorite.
- Wow.. I need more songs that have a similar melody to the one that starts
at 1:06 min to 1:15. If anyone knows, please tell me!!
I'm kind of addicted to that part.
- @TomPalmer Down the aisle*
- @Ivan De Nola: Reading comprehension is the ability to read text, process
it and understand its meaning: Just to help you out.
- George Frideric Handel - The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
- My mum walked down to this :')
- He was German by birth and blood, but became a naturalised subject of
Britain, where he composed most of his works.