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Needless to say that George Frederick Handel, the greatest composer of all times according to Ludwig van Beethoven, influenced many British and non-British musicians. The aim of this article is to study Handel’s influence on the English musician Michael Tippett (1905-1998). Handel was both a model and a counter-model for the English composer, as is expressed in some of Tippet’s musical pieces and essays. As a model, his influence on Tippett’s works particularly appears in compositions such as Concerto for Double String Orchestra (1938-39), based on the German-born composer’s concerti grossi, Fantasia on a Theme of Handel (1939-41), whose main theme is borrowed from Suite No.1 for harpsichord in B flat major, HWV (1733 volume) and A Child of Our Time (1939-41), which uses the tripartite structure of Handel’s Messiah. On the contrary, Handel is considered a counter-model by Tippett regarding the way to set an English text to music.



  

Haendel après Haendel :

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

N° 14p

Jean-Philippe Heberlé

Université de Lorraine

L'héritage haendélien et Michael Tippett : Georg Friedrich Haendel, modèle et contre-modèle

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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