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Duration: total Level: Medium Personnel: 6 players. Our Catalog. Handel's Water Music is made up of three orchestral suites, written for an outdoor performance for King George I on the Thames.
Water Music (Handel)
The king watched from the royal barge with various dukes and duchesses as the 50 musicians played nearby. Exactly the sort of music you would like to waft you down the River Thames if you were a king with the weight of government on your shoulders; in fact, the king enjoyed the music so much, he asked the musicians to play the suites three times over the course of the trip down the river. Packed with catchy and famous tunes you'll probably recognise at least one!
There's actually no set order for the suites to be performed, but it's generally agreed the first is in F major, the second is in D, and the third is in G. He was obviously well practised at writing music that would carry when performed outside, using bassoons, horns and trumpets to help the sound carry.