Mannheim Steamroller friend and fellow musician John Rutter directs the City of London Sinfonia in this stirring collection of Handel classics. If you listen closely, you’ll hear the timeless sound of a harpsichord owned by the Queen of England that is believed to have been owned by the great Handel himself. This album is a must have for fans of Water Music, Messiah and classical music in general.
- Mannheim Steamroller friend John Rutter directs the City of London Sinfonia in the performance of classic Handel compositions
- Recording includes the sound of a harpsichord believed to have been owned by Handel himself
- Great gift for fans of Handel, Water Music, Messiah and classical music!
Song List: Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, Air and Variations, Where'er You Walk, Concerto a Due No 4, Organ Concerto Op 4 No 5, Minuet in G, Country Dance, Air, Sarabande, Harp Concerto Op 4 No 6, Bell Sinfonia, Aria, Gigue, Oboe Concerto No 1, & Hornpipe.