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List of compositions by George Frideric Handel

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George Frideric Handel (23 February 1685 – 14 April 1759) was a German–English Baroque composer who is famous for his operas, oratorios and concerti grossi. Handel's compositions include 42 operas; 29 oratorios; more than 120 cantatas, trios and duets; numerous arias; chamber music; a large number of ecumenical pieces; odes and serenatas; and 16 organ concerti. His oratorio Messiah, with its "Hallelujah" chorus, is among the most famous Baroque works and is a popular choice for performances during the Christmas season. Among Handel's best-known instrumental works are the Concerti Grossi Opus 3 and 6; "The Cuckoo and the Nightingale", in which birds are heard calling during passages played in different keys representing the vocal ranges of two birds; and his 16 keyboard suites, especially The Harmonious Blacksmith.

Collected editions of Handel's works include the Händel-Gesellschaft (HG) and the Hallische Händel-Ausgabe (HHA), however the more recent Händel-Werke-Verzeichnis (HWV) publication is now commonly used to number his works. For example, Handel's Messiah can be referred to as: HG xlv, HHA i/17, or HWV 56. [1] Some of Handel's music is also numbered based on initial publications, for example a 1741 publication by Walsh labelled twelve of Handel's concerti grossi as Opus 6.

Contents

1 Operas

1 Operas

2 Incidental music

2 Incidental music

3 Oratorios

3 Oratorios

4 Odes and masques

4 Odes and masques

5 Cantatas

5 Cantatas

6 Italian duets

6 Italian duets

7 Italian trios

7 Italian trios

8 Hymns

8 Hymns

9 Italian arias

9 Italian arias

10 English songs

10 English songs

11 German church cantatas

11 German church cantatas

12 Italian sacred cantatas

12 Italian sacred cantatas

13 Latin church music

13 Latin church music

14 Anthems

14 Anthems

15 Canticles

15 Canticles

16 Concertos

16 Concertos

17 Concerti grossi

17 Concerti grossi

18 Orchestral works

18 Orchestral works

19 Solo sonatas

19 Solo sonatas

20 Trio sonatas

20 Trio sonatas

21 Wind ensemble works

21 Wind ensemble works

22 Keyboard works

22 Keyboard works

23 Arrangements by/of other composers

23 Arrangements by/of other composers

24 HWV missing

24 HWV missing

25 Previously attributed

25 Previously attributed

26 See also

26 See also

27 References

27 References

28 External links

28 External links

Operas

All works are opera seria in three acts, unless otherwise stated.

Portrait of George Frideric Handel by Thomas Hudson.
Portrait of George Frideric Handel
by Thomas Hudson.

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HWV

Title

 

Premiere

Venue

 

Libretto

Notes

     

Theater am

   

1

Almira

 

8 January 1705

Gänsemarkt,

Friedrich Christian Feustking, after G. Pancieri

Singspiel

 

Hamburg

     

Theater am

   

2

Nero

25

February 1705

Gänsemarkt,

Friedrich Christian Feustking

Music lost

Hamburg

     

Theater am

   

3

Florindo

 

1708

Gänsemarkt,

Hinrich Hinsch

Only a copy of the libretto and fragments of the music survive

 

Hamburg

     

Theater am

   

4

Daphne

 

1708

Gänsemarkt,

Hinrich Hinsch

Music lost

 

Hamburg

5

Rodrigo

 

1707

Florence

after F. Salvani

 
     

Teatro San

   
 

Late 1709 / Early 1710

Giovanni

6

Agrippina

Grisostomo,

Vincenzo Grimani

 

Venice

       

Giacomo Rossi/Aaron Hill, after

 

7a/b

Rinaldo

24

February 1711

Queen's

Theatre, London

Torquato Tasso, La Gerusalemme liberata

     

Queen's

 

The 1712 version is 8a. The 1734 revised versions are designated 8c. The prologue Terpsicore added to the final version is 8b.

8a/b/c

Il pastor fido

22

November 1712

Theatre, London

Giacomo Rossi, after Guarini

     

Queen's

Nicola Francesco Haym, after Philippe Quinault

 

9

Teseo

 

10

January 1713

Theatre, London

5 acts

10

Silla

 

June 1713?

London?

Giacomo Rossi, after Plutarch

Music reused in Amadigi

11

Amadigi di

 

25

May 1715

King's Theatre,

Rossi or Haym (?), after A.H. de

 

Gaula

 

London

la

Motte, 1699

12a/b

Radamisto

 

27

April 1720

King’s Theatre,

Haym (?), after D. Lalli

 

London

13

Muzio

 

15

April 1721

King’s Theatre,

Paolo Antonio Rolli, after Silvio Stampiglia

only Act 3 by Handel

Scevola

 

London

14

Floridante

9 December 1721

King’s Theatre,

Rolli, after Francesco Silvani La costanza in trionfo

 

London

15

Ottone

 

12

January 1723

King’s Theatre,

Haym, after S B Pallavicino

 

London

16

Flavio

 

14

May 1723

King’s Theatre,

Haym, after M Norris

 

London

17

Giulio

20

February 1724

King’s Theatre,

 

Haym

 

Cesare

London

18

Tamerlano

 

31

October 1724

King’s Theatre,

Haym, after Agostin Piovene and Nicholas Pradon

 

London

19

Rodelinda

13

February 1725

King’s Theatre,

Haym, after Antonio Salvi, after Pierre Corneille

 

London

20

Scipione

 

12 March 1726

King’s Theatre,

Rolli

 

London

21

Alessandro

 

5 May 1726

King’s Theatre,

O

Mauro

 

London

22

Admeto

 

31

January 1727

King’s Theatre,

 

Haym

 

London

23

Riccardo

11

November 1727

King’s Theatre,

Rolli, after Francesco Briani

 

Primo

 

London

A

2

Genserico

   

After N. Beregan

Drafted early 1728. Only part of Act I. Music mostly used in Siroe and Tolomeo.

 

(or Olibrio)

24

Siroe

17

February 1728

King’s Theatre,

Haym, after Metastasio

 

London

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HWV

Title

Premiere

Venue

Libretto

Notes

25

Tolomeo

 

30

April 1728

King’s Theatre,

Haym, adapted from Carlo Sigismondo Capece

 

London

26

Lotario

2 December 1729

King’s Theatre,

After Antonio Salvi

 

London

27

Partenope

24

February 1730

King’s Theatre,

After Silvio Stampiglia

 

London

28

Poro

2 February 1731

King’s Theatre,

After Metastasio

 

London

A

5

Titus

   

After J. Racine: Bérénice

Only one act (first three scenes) with some music used in Ezio. Composed late 1731.

 

l'Empereur

29

Ezio

15

January 1732

King’s Theatre,

Metastasio

 

London

30

Sosarme

15

February 1732

King’s Theatre,

After Salvi

 

London

31

Orlando

27

January 1733

King’s Theatre,

After Capece, after Ludovico Ariosto's Orlando furioso

 

London

32

Arianna in

26

January 1734

King’s Theatre,

After Pietro Pariati

 

Creta

London

A

11

Oreste

18

December 1734

Covent Garden

Adapted from G.G. Barlocci

Pasticcio, composed in 1734. Music entirely by Handel. Overture published in HG volume 48 (p. 102).

 

Theatre, London

     

Covent Garden

After Salvi, after Ariosto's Orlando Furioso

 

33 Ariodante

8

January 1735

Theatre, London

     

Covent Garden

   

34 Alcina

 

16

April 1735

Theatre, London

After Ariosto's Orlando Furioso

     

Covent Garden

   

35 Atalanta

 

12

May 1736

Theatre, London

After Belisario Valeriani

     

Covent Garden

   

36 Arminio

12

January 1737

Theatre, London

After Salvi

     

Covent Garden

Adapted from Pariati's Giustino, after Nicolo Beregan's Il Giustino

 

37 Giustino

16

February 1737

Theatre, London

     

Covent Garden

   

38 Berenice

 

18

May 1737

Theatre, London

After Salvi

 

39 Faramondo

3

January 1738

King’s Theatre,

Adapted from Apostolo Zeno's Faramondo

 

London

A

13

Alessandro

25

February 1738

King’s Theatre,

Adapted from Zeno

Pasticcio, composed in 1738. Music entirely by Handel. Overture published in HG volume 48 (page 104).

 

Severo

London

40

Serse

 

15

April 1738

King’s Theatre,

After Stampiglia

 

(Xerxes)

 

London

A

14

Giove in

 

1 May 1739

King’s Theatre,

Adapted from A.M. Lucchini

Pasticcio, composed in April 1739. Music entirely by Handel. Semi-staged.

 

Argo

London

     

Theatre in

   

41

Imeneo

22

November 1740

Lincoln's Inn

After Stampiglia's Imeneo

Fields, London

     

Theatre in

   

42

Deidamia

10

January 1741

Lincoln's Inn

Rolli

 

Fields, London

Incidental music

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HWV

Title

Premiere

Venue

Notes

     

Queen's

Instrumental music for the revival of Ben Jonson's play The Alchemist. An arrangement, by an anonymous composer, of music from Handel's opera Rodrigo.

43

The Alchemist

14 January 1710

Theatre,

London

     

Ludlow Castle,

Three songs and a trio written as part of a private arrangement of John Milton's masque Comus. [2]

44

Comus

June 1745

Shropshire

45

Alceste

Not performed

 

A masque which was written for an unproduced play by Tobias Smollett. Music composed between December 1749 and January 1750.

 

Love's but the frailty of the mind

 

Drury Lane

Sung by Mrs. Kitty Clive at her benefit performance of William Congreve's The Way of the World (Act III). Music composed in London, 1740

218

17 March 1740

Theatre,

London

Oratorios

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HWV

Title

Premiere

Venue

Libretto

Text

Notes

 

Il trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno

   

Benedetto

   

46a

June 1707

Rome

Pamphili

 

Il trionfo del Tempo e della Verità

 

17

March

 

Benedetto

   

46b

 

1737

London

Pamphili

       

Carlo

   

47

La

resurrezione

8

April 1708

Rome

Sigismondo

Capece

48

Brockes

Passion

 

23

March

1719

Hamburg

Cathedral

Barthold

Heinrich

   
 

(possibly)

Brockes

     

probably

Cannons

 

IMSLP (http://imslp.org

Originally a

masque.

50a

Esther

 

?1718

John

Arbuthnot

/wiki/Esther,_HWV_50a_(Handel,_George_Frideric)).

Based on Alexander Pope's work.

           

Contains

50b

Esther

1

May 1732

King's

Theatre,

London

John

Arbuthnot

IMSLP (http://imslp.org

/wiki/Esther,_HWV_50b_(Handel,_George_Frideric)).

Based on Alexander Pope's work.

additions

by S.

Humphreys

     

February

1733

King's

 

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

/deborah.htm)

 

51

Deborah

21

Theatre,

London

Samuel

Humphreys

     

Sheldonian

     

52

Athalia

10 July 1733

Theatre,

Oxford

Jean

Racine?

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti /athalia.htm)

   

16 January

1739

King's

 

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

/saul.htm)

 

53

Saul

Theatre,

London

Charles

Jennens

     

King's

 

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti /israel.htm)

 

54

Israel in

Egypt

4

April 1739

Theatre,

London

Charles

Jennens?

 

L'Allegro, il

 

Theatre in

     

55

Penseroso

27

February

Lincoln's

Charles

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

ed il

 

1740

Inn Fields,

Jennens

/allegro.htm). Based on John Milton's work.

 

Moderato

 

London

     

New Music

     

56

Messiah

 

13 April

1742

Hall,

Dublin

Charles

Jennens

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

/messiah.html)

     

Covent

     

57

Samson

18

February

Garden

Newburgh

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

 

1743

Theatre,

Hamilton

/samson.htm)

     

London

     

Covent

   

An opera

58

Semele

10

February

Garden

William

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

catalogued

 

1744

Theatre,

Congreve

/semele.htm)

as an

     

London

oratorio

     

Covent

     

59

Joseph and

 

2 March

Garden

James

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

his Brethren

 

1744

Theatre,

Miller

/joseph.htm)

 

London

   

5 January

1745

King's

 

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

/hercules.htm)

 

60

Hercules

Theatre,

London

Thomas

Broughton

     

King's

 

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

/belshaz.htm)

 

61

Belshazzar

 

27

March

1745

Theatre,

London

Charles

Jennens

     

Covent

     

62

Occasional

14

February

Garden

Newburgh

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

Oratorio

 

1746

Theatre,

Hamilton

/occasion.htm)

   

London

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HWV

Title

Premiere

Venue

Libretto

 

Text

Notes

     

Covent

     

Judas

Garden

Thomas

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti /judas.htm)

63

Maccabaeus

1 April 1747

Theatre,

Morell

London

 
     

Covent

     

64

Joshua

 

9

March

Garden

Thomas

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

 

1748

Theatre,

Morell

/joshua.htm)

     

London

     

Covent

     

65

Alexander

 

23

March

Garden

Thomas

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

Balus

 

1748

Theatre,

Morell

/albalus.htm)

   

London

     

Covent

     

66

Susanna

10

February

Garden

Newburgh

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

 

1749

Theatre,

Hamilton?

/susanna.htm)

     

London

     

Covent

     

67

Solomon

 

17

March

Garden

Newburgh

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

 

1749

Theatre,

Hamilton?

/solomon.htm)

     

London

     

Covent

     

68

Theodora

 

16

March

Garden

Thomas

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

 

1750

Theatre,

Morell

/theodora.htm)

     

London

     

Covent

     

69

The Choice

 

1

March

Garden

Thomas

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

of Hercules

 

1751

Theatre,

Morell?

/choice.htm)

   

London

     

Covent

     

70

Jephtha

26

February

Garden

Thomas

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

 

1752

Theatre,

Morell

/jephtha.htm)

     

London

71

The Triumph

 

11

March

Covent

Garden

Thomas

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti

 

of Time and Truth

 

1757

Theatre,

Morell?

/triumph.htm)

 

London

Odes and masques

 

HWV

Title

 

Premiere

 

Venue

Text

72

Aci, Galatea e Polifemo

19 July 1708

Naples

 

49a

Acis and Galatea (masque)

 

probably 1718

Cannons, near London

 

49b

Acis and Galatea (serenata)

 

10 June 1732

King's Theatre, London

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti /acis.htm)

73

Parnasso in Festa

 

13 March 1734

King's Theatre, London

 

74

Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne

6 February 1713

Royal Palace in London

 

75

Alexander's Feast

 

19 February 1736

King's Theatre, London

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti /alfeast.htm)

76

Ode for St. Cecilia's Day

22 November 1739

Theatre in Lincoln's Inn Fields, London

Stanford (http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti /Cecilia.htm)

Cantatas

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HWV

Title

Composed

 

Premiere

Venue

Notes

Text

77

Ah che pur troppo è vero

Florence, c. 1707

       
       

Palazzo

   

78

Ah! crudel, nel pianto mio

Rome, August 1708

2 September 1708

Bonelli,

Rome

 

Diana

         

79

cacciatrice or

Rome, May 1707

May – June 1707

Vignanello

Copied for Francesco Ruspoli, 1707

Alla caccia

80

Allor ch'io dissi addio

Rome, 1707–08

       

81

Alpestre monte

Florence, c. 1707

       
 

Amarilli vezzosa or Daliso ed Amarilli or Il duello amoroso

 

Probably 28

 

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

82

Rome, August 1708

October 1708

1708

 

Aminta e Fillide

     

Copied for Ruspoli, 1708. The section, "Chi ben ama" printed separately in HG 52b

 

83

or Arresta il passo

Early 1708

14

July 1708

Rome

84

Aure soavi e lieti

Rome, May 1707

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

1707

 

Venus and

         

Adonis or

85

Behold where

London, c. 1711

No autograph, authenticity uncertain

weeping Venus

stands

 
 

Bella ma

         

86

ritrosetta

London, c. 1717–18

         

Variant insertion in "Cecilia, volgi un sguardo" (89), for performances of

 

87

Carco sempre di gloria

London, 1737

16

March 1737

London

Alexander's Feast (HWV 75), 1737, including music for the castrato Domenico Annibali

88

Care selve, aure grate

Rome, 1707–08

       
       

Covent

Played between the two parts of Alexander's Feast (HWV 75).

 

89

Cecilia, volgi un sguardo

London, January

19

or 25 (?)

Garden

1736

February 1736

Theatre,

   

London

90

Chi rapì la pace al core

Florence, c.

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

1706–07

1709

91a

Clori, degli occhi miei

Florence, late 1707

       

91b

Clori, degli occhi miei

London, after 1710

       

92

Clori, mia bella Clori

Rome, 1707–08

       

93

Clori, ove sei?

Italy, 1707–08

       

94

Clori, si, ch'io t'adoro

     

No autograph, earliest source c. 1738–40

 

95

Clori, vezzosa

Rome, July/August

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

Clori

1708

1708

 

Clori, Tirsi e Fileno or Cor fedele in vano speri

Rome,

       

96

July/September

1707

Copied for Ruspoli, 14 October 1707.

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HWV

 

Title

Composed

Premiere

Venue

Notes

Text

       

King's

Performed at the benefit concert for Margherita Durastanti.

 

97

Crudel tiranno

London, June 1721

Probably 5 July

Theatre,

Amor

1721

Haymarket,

 

London

98

Cuopre tal volta il cielo

Italy, 1708

       
 

Il

delirio

         

99

amoroso or Da

quel giorno

fatale

Rome, on or before 14 January 1707.

May 1707

Cardinal

Pamphili's

palazzo

 

Da sete ardente

     

Copied for Ruspoli, 1709. (HWV 101a & 101b: Dal fatale momento. Spurious, by F. Mancini).

 

100

afflitto

Italy, 1708–09

         

Version for bass.

 

102a

Dalla guerra

amorosa

Italy, 1708–09

Copied for Ruspoli,

1709

 

Dalla guerra

     

Version for soprano. Copied for Ruspoli,

1709

 

102b

amorosa

Italy, 1708–09

103

Deh! lasciate e vita e volo

London, c. 1722–25

     

Libretto text by Paolo Antonio Rolli

 

Del bell'idolo

     

Copied for Ruspoli in 1709, but possibly written as early as

 

104

mio

Rome, 1707–09

1707.

 

Armida

         

105

abbandonata or

Dietro l'orme

fuggaci

Rome, June 1707

Possibly 26 June

1707

Palazzo

Bonelli,

Rome

Copied for Ruspoli,

1707, 1709.

 

Dimmi, o mio

         

106

cor

Italy, 1707–09

See note for HWV 132

107

Ditemi, o piante

Rome, July/August

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

1708

1708

108

Dolce mio ben, s'io taccio

     

No autograph. No source attributed to Handel.

 

109a

Dolc' è pur d'amor l'affanno

London, c. 1717–18

     

Libretto ?Text by Paolo Antonio Rolli

 

Dolc' è pur d'amor l'affanno

London, ?after

     

Libretto: ?Text by Paolo Antonio Rolli

109b

1718

 

Agrippina

         

condotta a

First performed by the castrato soprano, Pasqualino Tiepoli

110

morire or

Dunque sarà

Italy, 1707–08

Early in 1708

Libretto:

Anonymous

pur vero

 

111a

E

partirai, mia

Italy, 1707–09

       

vita?

111b

E

partirai, mia

London, c. 1725–28

       

vita?

112

Figli del mesto

Probably Italy,

   

No autograph or Italian- period copies

 

cor

1707–09

113

Figlio d'alte

Florence, 1706–07

       

speranze

114

Filli adorata e

Rome, 1707–08

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

cara

1709

115

Fra pensieri

Italy, 1707–08

       

quel pensiero

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Title

Composed

Premiere

Venue

Notes

Text

116

Fra tante pene

Florence, 1706–07

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

1709

117

Hendel, non può mia musa

July/August 1708

   

Copied for Ruspoli, 1708, 1709

Libretto by Cardinal Benedetto Pamphili

118

Ho fuggito

London, c. 1722–23

   

Printed without final aria in HG.

Libretto by Paolo Antonio Rolli

Amore anch'io

 

Echeggiate, festeggiate,

     

Partly lost. Fragments printed in wrong order in HG.

 

119

numi eterni or Io languisco fra le gioie

London, c. 1710–12

120a

Irene, idolo mio

Italy, 1707–09

   

No autographs or Italian-period copies.

 

120b

Irene, idolo mio

England, after 1710

   

No autographs or Italian-period copies.

 

121a

La Solitudine or L'aure grate, il fresco rio

London, c. 1722–23

   

fragment

 
 

La Solitudine or L'aure grate, il fresco rio

London, before

       

121b

1718

 

Apollo e Dafne

     

Probably begun Venice,

1709

 

122

or La terra è liberata

Hanover, 1710

 

Languia di

Possibly composed in Hanover, 1710

       

123

bocca

?fragment

lusinghiera

124

Look down,

harmonious

saint

c. 1736

February 1736

Covent

Garden

Theatre,

Recitative and aria; probably a discarded fragment for "Alexander's Feast" (HWV 75), 1736. It appeared in the cantata HWV 89

Libretto by Newburgh Hamilton, from Cecilian Ode

London

1720.

125a

Lungi da me, pensier tiranno

Italy, July – September 1708 [3]

   

1st version; no autographs or Italian- period copies; one version copied for Francesco Ruspoli,

 

1708.

125b

Lungi da me, pensier tiranno

London, after 1710

   

Second version; no autographs.

 

126a

Lungi da voi, che siete poli

Rome, July/August

       

1708

126b

Lungi da voi, che siete poli

Rome, 1708

       

126c

Lungi da voi, che siete poli

Probably London,

       

after 1710.

 

Lungi dal mio bel nume

Rome, 3 March

       

127a

1708

 

Lungi dal mio bel nume

?London, after

       

127b

1710

127c

Lungi dal mio bel nume

London, c. 1725–28

       

128

Lungi n'andò

Rome, August 1708

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

Fileno

1708

129

Manca pur

Rome, July/August

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

quanto sai

1708

1708

130

Mentre il tutto è in furore

Rome, August 1708

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

1708

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Title

Composed

Premiere

Venue

 

Notes

Text

131

Menzognere

Rome, September

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

speranze

1707

1707

   

?London, after

   

Borrowings: Version of "Dimmi, o mio cor" (HWV 106) with new opening.

 

132a

Mi

palpita il cor

1710

   

?London, after

       

132b

Mi

palpita il cor

1718

   

?London, after

       

132c

Mi

palpita il cor

1710

   

?London, c.

       

132d

Mi

palpita il cor

1711–12

133

Ne' tuoi lumi, o bella Clori

Rome, September

   

Copied for Ruspoli, 1707, 1709

 

1707

 

Pensieri notturni

         

134

di

dolce dell'oblio

Filli or Nel

Rome, 1707–08.

Completed 1709

135a

Nel dolce tempo

Probably Naples,

       

June/July 1708

135b

Nel dolce tempo

London, after 1710

   

No autographs, and no early Italian-period copies.

 

136a

Nell' Africane

Naples, June/July

       

selve

1708

 

Nell' Africane

         

136b

selve

London, after 1710

 

Nella stagion

     

Copied for Ruspoli, 1707, 1709. Probably composed for the soprano, Margherita Durastanti.

 

137

che di viole e

Rome, April/May

1707

rose

138

Nice, che fa? che pensa?

?Hanover, 1710

       

139a

Ninfe e pastori

Rome, 1707–09

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

1709

139b

Ninfe e pastori

Probably London,

       

after 1710

139c

Ninfe e pastori

London, c. 1725–28

       
 

se

         

140

emenderá

jamás

Rome, September

1707

Copied for Ruspoli,

1707

141

Non sospirar,

Florence, Fall 1707

       

non piangere

142

Notte placida e

Rome, 1707–08

     

Libretto anonymous

cheta

       

Marquis

?Copied for Ruspoli,

 

143

Olinto pastore, Tebro fiume,

Gloria or O come chiare e

belle

Rome,

August/September

1708

9 September 1708

Ruspoli's

Palazzo

Bonelli

1708.

by the soprano Anna

Marie di Piedz

First performed

 

O

lucenti, o

         

144

sereni occhi

Rome, 1707

         

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

1709.

Probably

Libretto by Cardinal Benedetto Pamphili

145

La

Oh numi eterni

Lucrezia or

August 1708

composed for the soprano, Margherita Durastanti.

146

Occhi miei che

Rome, 1707–08

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

faceste?

1709

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Title

Composed

Premiere

Venue

Notes

Text

147

Partì, l'idolo mio

London, after 1710

   

No autograph or eary Italian copies.

 

148

Poichè giuraro

Rome, early 1707

   

Copied for Ruspoli, 1707, 1709

 

amore

149

Qual sento io non conosciuto

     

Only source c. 1738–40

 
 

Ero e Leandro

         

150

or Qual ti riveggio, oh Dio

Rome, 1707

Derived from the story of Hero and Leander

Libretto ?Cardinal

Pietro Ottoboni.

151

Qualor crudele, sì ma vaga Dori

London, after 1710

   

No autograph or early Italian-period copies

 

152

Qualor l'egre

Rome, September

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

pupille

1707

1707

153

Quando sperasti, o core

Probably Naples,

   

Copied for Ruspoli,

 

June/July 1708

1708

154

Quel fior che all'alba ride

London, c. 1738–40

   

Published in Handel (ed. Burrows), "Songs and Cantatas for Soprano."

 
   

Rome, September

   

Composed in Italy. Copied for Ruspoli, 1707, 1709.

 

155

Sans y penser

1707

 

Sarai contenta

         

156

un di

Florence, 1706–07

 

Sarei troppo

Rome, September

   

Copied for Ruspoli, 1707, 1708 (incomplete)

Libretto by B. Pamphili.

157

felice

1707

158a

Se pari è la tua fè

Rome, 1708

   

Copied for Ruspoli, 1708, 1709.

 

158b

Se pari è la tua fè

Probably London,

       

after 1710

158c

Se pari è la tua fè

London, c. 1725–28

       

159

Se per fatal destino

Rome, early 1707

   

Copied for Ruspoli, 1707, 1709

 

160a

La bianca rosa or Sei pur bella, pur vezzosa

Rome, early 1707

   

Copied for Ruspoli, 1707, 1709

 

160b

La bianca rosa or Sei pur bella, pur vezzosa

London, c. 1725–28

       

160c

La bianca rosa or Sei pur bella, pur vezzosa

London, c. 1738–41

       

161a

Sento là che ristretto

Rome, 1708–09

       

161b

Sento là che ristretto

         

161c

Sento là che ristretto

London, c. 1725–28

       

162

Siete rose

London, c.

   

Composed with variant