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Mozart ‘s take on Handel – warmth more than refiner’s fire

By , 02/06/2013
Being a bit of a "Messiah-buff" I was, I must admit, excited at the prospect of attending this concert, as I had never heard the famed Mozart "arrangement" of the music. I was naturally intrigued as to how it all would sound, and if and to what extent Mozart might have done the equivalent for his time of what Hamilton Harty in the 1920s and Eugene Goosens in the... read more

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