The Handel organ concertos Op 4, HWV 289–294, refer to the six organ concertos for chamber organ and orchestra composed by George Frideric Handel in London between 1735 and 1736 and published in 1738 by the printing company of John Walsh. Written as interludes in performances of oratorios in Covent Garden, they were the first works of their kind for this combination of instruments and served as a model for later composers.
|Date of composition||1735|
|Premiered||1735, March 5th in London, United Kingdom|
|First published||1738 John Walsh|
Georg Friedrich Haendel: Concerto n°3 en sol mineur, HWV 291
Georg Friedrich Händel: Concerto n. 3 in sol minore, HWV 291
Georg Friedrich Händel: Konzert Nr. 3 g-moll, HWV 291