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Handel: Concerto in G from the Aylesford Pieces: Piano sheet music


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Description: Concerto in G, from the Aylesford Collection; these pieces were written under the patronage and friendship of Charles Jenner, whose collection of music was inherited by the 3rd Earl of Aylesford in Kent. Originally written for harpsichord.
 
Skill Level: 6 out of 9
 
Type: Original:
 
Composed by: George Frideric Handel (1685 to 1759).

George Frideric Handel was born on 23 February 1685 in Halle, Germany. However he spent the majority of his career in the UK becoming a naturalized British subject in 1726.


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