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Handel Institute Conference
London, November 1999


Handel Institute Conference: "Great among the Nations"

King's College London
Strand, London WC2R 2LS
2 pm on Saturday 20th November 1999 to 5.30 pm on Sunday 21st November 1999


Provisional list of speakers and titles:

Howard Serwer:  Handel and the Coordination of National Styles: Bukofzer
	Revisited   
Konstanze Musketa:  Handel and the Central German Musical Tradition of his
	Time
Annette Landgraf:  The German Tradition in Handel's English Oratorios
Colin Timms: What did Handel learn from Steffani's Operas?
Michael Talbot: Music at the Ospedale della Pieta in the Time of Handel
John Roberts: Handel's Opera Ghosts: Musical Relationships with Italian
	Settings of his London Librettos
Eddy Benimedourene: Stylistic Metamorphoses in Handel's Overtures
Duncan Chisholm: 'Au service de cette Cour': Handel's use of French
	Literature
Graham Sadler: Rameau's Debt to Handel 
Sarah McCleave: Grotesque and Genteel: Two Sides of  'Terpsichore'
Graham Cummings: Handel and the Confused Shepherdess 
Bruce Wood:  Handel and English Music
Xavier Cervantes: 'The Phoenix of Our Age in all Modes of Musical
	Expression': the Handelian Exception 
Graydon Beeks: 'Imitate the Beauties': Purcell as reflected by Croft


Organiser:  Elizabeth Gibson
15 Pyrland Road
London N5 2JB
UK
email: gibsone@attmail.com