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REMARKS HANDEUS^^DETTINGENTEDEUM." Onthe27tliofNovember,,GeorgetheSecond, hisCourt,audEngland'sforemostwarriors,assembledin theChapelRoyal,'s. Learn to Sing Handel Learning your voice part (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) in Handel's Dettingen Te Deum does require you to dedicate some time to ensure you know the notes you are singing so you will sing with confidence and really enjoy fully contributing to your choir. The Dettingen Te Deum is a brilliant example of how Handel could capture the tone for festive occasions as had never been done before. The expression of the exalted character of this official work is imparted through Handel’s express use of timpani and trumpets. Gentler and more serious movements effectively complement the work. Handel’s Utrecht Te Deum HWV enthralled London audiences right from its first performance, and it continues to do so today in concert halls and churches all over the world. It was performed for the first time in a festive service on 13 July in St. Paul’s Cathedral to celebrate the Peace marking the end of the twelve year-long War of the Spanish Succession in
Utrecht Te Deum and Jubilate is the common name for a sacred choral composition in two parts, written by George Frideric Handel to celebrate the Treaty of Utrecht, which established the Peace of Utrecht in , ending the War of the Spanish composed a Te Deum, HWV , and a Jubilate Deo (), HWV The combination of the two texts in English follows earlier models. From the Market Church, Halle, Concert on the occasion of the th anniversary of the death of Georg Friedrich Händel Felix Plock - bass The English Co. Dettingen Te Deum, HWV (Live) 1. We praise Thee, O God 2. All the earth does worship 3. To Thee all angels cry aloud 4. To Thee Cherubin and Seraphim 5. Thus spake Handel. Thirty years ago there were few recordings of the Dettingen Te Deum, and they were all bad. However an LP was issued in France of all places that at least restored Handel's performing intentions, and it paved the way for Simon Preston's fine and idiomatic Westminster Abbey account on DG Archiv in /5(14).