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).