Come july 1st 24, 2011
MUSI200 B006 Sum eleven
Instructor: Bethanie Hansen
Make up Analysis Daily news of Handel, Messiah, " Hallelujah” Chorus
I chose to perform my paper on this particular piece since I love chapel music and wanted to get acquainted with the history on this piece. I like this piece because this tune can be used to inspire depressed people and those who also are almost giving up in life. This musical acts as a comfort to all of them and gives them a reason to go on and to under no circumstances give up. I absolutely enjoyed this piece. You will discover no disapprovals from myself, I love Christian music which piece actually spoke to me. First I would like to share a lot of background Information on this piece. Hallelujah piece was composed by George Frederic Handel in 1741 and at that time the composer is at despair and depressed. The song's name is called messiah while the refrain is known as the Hallelujah chorus. This track is among the most fabulous compositions and the recording is most likely one of the best performances of George Frederic Handel. The track has a divine choir and wonderful soloists. George Frederic Handel composed the song at the time if he was in a situation of lose hope. George locked himself in his analyze room and within a amount of seven days, he was through with the first part of the song which usually came to be known as the birth of the messiah. After one other period of seven days, George was through with the second part of the song which came to be known as the payoff. Within a length of less than 7 days, George was through together with the third portion of the song which usually came to be called the resurrection, and the upcoming reign of Christ. The song Hallelujah chorus started to be a success to many people including the full who went up to his feet on hearing the chorus. The act with the king increasing to his feet is a tradition and custom that still prevails. This is because also in church buildings, the congregation rises to its foot when the Hallelujah chorus is conducted. This music has become the the majority of...
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