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After Göttingen, which began in 1920, and Halle, which started in 1952, the “Händel Festspiele” in Karlsruhe is the third German festival to be exclusively devoted to the works of George Frideric Handel. It was indeed the idea of Günter Könemann, the director of the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe, to put on a Handel opera every year from the 1977/78 season. At a time when baroque opera had not recovered its place in the repertoire, this work was first presented in the context of the “Händel-Tage des Bayerischen Staatstheaters”, which turned into the “Händel Festspiele” in 1985. The programme was soon enlarged, and it now comprises a newly-staged opera as well as various concerts and revivals. This article, a study of the festival programmes since 1978, mainly focuses on the history of Handel’s reception in Germany, mainly in Karlsruhe but also in Halle and Göttingen.

Haendel après Haendel :

Construction, renommée, influence de Haendel et de la figure haendélienne

N° 14d

Albert Gier

Otto-Friedrich Universität Bamberg

Haendel à Karlsruhe : un festival récent et ses ancêtres

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Préface

Donald Burrows
Donald Burrows - Turning the Handel

Albert Gier
Albert Gier - Haendel à Karlsruhe

Adrian La Salvia
Adrian La Salvia - La Renaissance de Haendel au miroir des traductions

Annette Landgraf
Annette Landgraf - The German Belletristic Literature about Handel

Pierre Degott
Pierre Degott - From Facts to Fiction

Matthew Gardner
Matthew Gardner - The Great Mr Handel

Michael Burden
Michael Burden - When Giulio Cesare was not Handel's Giulio Cesare

Brian Robins
Brian Robins - John Marsh and Handel

Lionel Duguet
Lionel Duguet - La réception du Messie en France au XIXème siècle

Denis Tchorek
Denis Tchorek - Un exemple de transfert culturel

Steven Young
Steven Young - Handel Redux

Gilles Couderc
Gilles Couderc - Move over, Handel!

Jean-Philippe Heberlé
Jean-Philippe Heberlé - L'héritage haendélien et Michael Tippett

Ivan Curkovic
Ivan Curkovic - Men and/or Women

Maja Vukusic Zorica
Maja Vukusic Zorica - Les périgrinations du genre

Yaiza Bermudez Cubas
Yaiza Bermudez Cubas - Reflexiones de la musica del Haendel en el cine

Nathalie Vincent-Arnaud
Nathalie Vincent-Arnaud - Les métamorphoses de Terpsichore

Françoise Deconinck
Françoise Deconinck - Sharp, Haendel, Nares et les autres

Pierre Dubois
Pierre Dubois - The Changing Faces of Handelian Historiography