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Excerpt from The History of Music, Vol. 1
An attack was made thirty years ago on the assertion that Handel was not only a sacred composer, but was especially the founder of the epic element in music. It is, therefore, very satisfactory to observe the extent to which the truth of that assertion is now generally admitted this can also be said of the admission of the proof that the invention of the Opera at Florence was due to a Tuscan school.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (April 26, 2017)
isbn: 1334046433, 978-1334046438,
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