Messiah: A Performance of Handel's Messiah Oratorio
This creative work was originally published as:
Messiah. (2013, November 02). Live performance in the Wahroonga Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Sydney, Australia.
George Frederic Handel’s Messiah Oratorio was composed in 1741. Since receiving its premiere performance in Dublin, Ireland in 1742 this work has become a much-loved work that is frequently performed around the world, particularly as part of Christmas traditions. The Messiah Oratorio is also embedded into the musical culture of Avondale having received regular performances since the time of Professor George Greer who established the tradition in the 1940’s.
In keeping with Avondale’s musical traditions it was decided to stage a performance of this well-known and much loved oratorio but within that of a slightly new and different aural-visual contextual framework. Lyell Heise and Aleta King collaboratively decided to incorporate calligrapher Timothy Botts published work into a performance of Messiah.
King, Aleta, "Messiah: A Performance of Handel's Messiah Oratorio" (2013). Arts Creative Works. 41.
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