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

  1. Empire total war: darth mod? anybody???
  2. had this played at our wedding when we were leaving the church, made me feel so happy.
  3. if this is not in mount and blade Napoleonic wars, i will be sad
  4. "Last Tango in Halifax" brought me here. 
  5. Great German composer!
  6. Civilization 2. This is the soundtrack of the "Adam Smith's Trading Company" Wonder of the World. 
  7. 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 come
  8. The oboes are the best :')
  9. It's loaded with memories of years ago, when my kids were young and just starting their musical journeys. I love it!
  10. Check out this playlist on YouTube:
  11. My Sandra's favorite. 
  12. 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.
  13. @TomPalmer Down the aisle*
  14. @Ivan De Nola: Reading comprehension is the ability to read text, process it and understand its meaning: Just to help you out.
  15. It sounds like a poem...the love of a young Salomon...watching the arrival of his beloved Queen Sheba! Totally love it!!! One of my favourite Handel's pieces! :) 
  16. George Frideric Handel - The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
  17. My mum walked down to this :')
  18. 輕快愉悅
  19. musica linda
  20. <3<3<3<3<3
  21. Me encanta haendel
  22. haven't played this in so long, i miss junior all county. 
  23. If I was the queen of Sheba (and I still hope to be so one day) I would be happy to arrive to this. 
  24. Oh, so this is the song that played on Thug Notes.
  25. This piece was used as intro/closing music to my EL Listening Comprehension exam (Y)