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Drexel is a music manuscript containing works composed by George Frideric Handel. It is a significant primary source of the composer's work, having been copied by one of Handel's frequent copyists, John Christopher Smithpossibly as a presentation copy. Following traditional library practice, its name is derived from its call number.
Drexel dates from John Primarer handel mit optionen wiki Smith became Handel's copyist beginning in the years Along with two other manuscript, Terence Best surmises that Drexel was prepared for primarer handel mit optionen wiki patron who was a friend of the composer.
The earliest known owner of Drexel was the composer John Stafford Smithwho also was as an antiquarian and collector of manuscripts. He presented it as a gift to Charles Wesleypossibly in The Gift of Mr. Below Wesley's writing is an inscription from the subsequent owner Edward Francis Rimbaultwho wrote:. In an old list of "Books in ye Closet at Gunnersbury," it is exactly described.
Primarer handel mit optionen wiki hand-writing is certainly Smith's. Rimbault stated that he believed the manuscript to have been copied for Princess Amelia of Great Britain. Rimbault's findings are occasionally faulty; see Drexel — for examples of his primarer handel mit optionen wiki that are consider doubtful.
After Rimbault's death inthe manuscript was listed as lot in the auction catalog of his estate the number can be seen in the upper left primarer handel mit optionen wiki of the initial leaf.
Drexelwho had already amassed a large music library. Upon Drexel's death, he bequeathed his music library to The Lenox Library. The thematic catalog attests that Drexel was used in editing the critical editions of those works included in the manuscript. Christopher Hogwood consulted the manuscript when working on his book Handel: Water Music and Music for the Royal Fireworks. In his review of a edition of Handel's harpsichord suites,  Terence Best criticized the editor for not including "important" sources, mentioning Drexel as one of those sources.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Baselt, BerndThematisch-systematisches Verzeichnis: Essays in Memory of Charles CudworthCambridge: The date might indicate a date of acquisition. Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, Baroque music manuscript sources. Retrieved from " https: Views Read Edit View history.
Crossed-out version of prelude page 26 written with C-1 clef, followed by clean copy with G-2 clef. At head of page Later version of Overture comp: Drexel does not include Prelude of HWVand the pairing of Prelude and Capriccio might not be the composer's.