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Jonathan Rhodes Lee
Presentation: Jonathan Rhodes Lee
Jonathan Rhodes Lee (Music) presented his research at the biennial meeting of the American Handel Society (AHS) at Princeton University in April. The AHS is North America's most prestigious scholarly society devoted to the study of Handel's life and works, and its meeting attracts scholars from around the world. Lee's paper was on the oratorio Joseph and His Brethren, which he is currently editing for the Hallische-Händel Ausgabe.
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