Talk:Music for the Royal Fireworks, HWV 351 (Handel, George Frideric)

'''Musical Masterpiece'''Music for the Royal Fireworks is a musical masterpiece.Handel writes interesting parts for each instrument, blending them and making each movement harmonius and sweet-sounding as a whole.This is seen in every composition but is also very well seen in allegro ma non troppo.Harmony is very pronounced in this work.Menuets 1 & 2, especially 1 are very sweet-sounding pieces of music.They also seem to communicate a message. Take note of the "walking" bass that follows the violin section in Menuet 1. The opening overture is self explanatory.Great opening.

The Arrangement for Piano 4 hands (Burchard) is not the Music for the Royal Fireworks, but the Second Suite of the Water Music. One should move the score to the correct article (Water Music).

Done. KGill talk email 01:34, 1 March 2010 (UTC)