This concert is a transcript
of the author of the sonata
for flute op. 1 no. 1.
This concert draws in the style
compositions by Arcangelo Corelli,
author personally known by Handel.
The tempo" Alla Siciliana"
is in 12/8 and draws pastoral
scenes related to Christmas.
Adaptation for only organ
by Sandro Dalla Libera (Italy).
The six concerts for organ and
orchestra were published in 1738
by John Walsh as opus 4 Handel.
Compounds to make the
wait pleasant during the
intervals of the speakers
to be represented at Covent
Garden, Handel used the organ,
an instrument until then relegated
to mere liturgical service, to make
him take a new character, more
worldly and brilliant.
From the scores we note that the implementation of these concerts
does not need a large instrument,
requiring only very rarely use the
pedals and thus making the concerts
can also run on the harpsichord.