George Frideric Handel, the toast of London

harmonia mundi is justly proud to have recorded many operas, oratorios, suites, and concertos from the pen of the great Handel—a composer who, after three pivotal years spent in Italy, settled permanently in London in 1712. His triumph with Rinaldo at the Queen's Theatre was followed by forty glorious years during which the self-styled George Frideric reigned supreme over London's operatic stage. Here is a fitting overview.

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