Handel House, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Haines Phillips Architects, 2018.
|:||Interior view of Room 1 of museum with close-up of display stands. Handel House, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Haines Phillips Architects, 2018.|
|:||Handel House, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Haines Phillips Architects, 2018.|
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|:||Refurbishment of the baroque composer George Frideric Handel's House at 25 Brook Street, which combined with the rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix's flat at the third floor of 23 Brook Street, forms the Handel & Hendrix in London museum. Handel made his home in London in 1712 and eventually became a British citizen in 1727. Handel was the first occupant of 25 Brook Street, which he rented from 1723 until his death there in 1759. Almost all his works after 1723, amongst them many of his best-known operas, oratorios and ceremonial music, were composed and partially rehearsed in the house, which contained a variety of keyboard instruments, including harpsichords, a clavichord and a small chamber organ.|
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