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Submitted by Pozzle 910d ago | interview

Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut Preview / Interview with Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro

Gamecritics writes: How could someone like Handel improve an audacious and divisive masterpiece like his Messiah? It's hard to believe now, but one of the most well-known pieces of music in the world was once the cause of derision, confusion, and outrage. Filling some with heavenly emotions, roiling others with its references to God (as it wasn't being performed in a church), the piece was penned by a perceived out-of-favor artist, then premiered in the artistic hinterlands of Dublin. And though the reception was warm enough to convince the city of London to host it a year later, Handel was convinced and/or bullied into making repeated changes over the next decade to suit the tastes of his audiences. (Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut, PS3)

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