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Brimming with exhilarating dance tunes and colourful sonorities, Handel's Water Music and Music for the Royal Fireworks are his two most popular orchestral works. They were composed, respectively, for royal water parties on the River Thames in August 1715 and July 1717, and to celebrate the Peace of Aix-la Chapelle in 1749, with a firwork display in Green Park, London.
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