Handel joined Komen in April of last year, right in the middle of the brewing storm.
“The idea that anyone would suggest Komen had a political agenda is absurd,” Handel told The Daily Beast.
“I think Glenn is going to be a huge factor as long as this movement continues,” Handel says.
Handel says Komen had "ongoing discussions with Planned Parenthood" about the issue, even exchanging proposed public statements.
But for Carole Kirk of Atlanta, simply being a woman is not enough of a reason to support Handel.
It was therefore determined that Handel should return to Halle, and be placed once more under the care of his old master.
I do not base my belief on any preference from Handel's contemporaries.
The king soon recognized the author of the music, and his resentment against Handel began to soften.
In 1715, Handel had produced at the theatre in the Haymarket, a new opera Amadiji.
The love of music, however, was strong within him, and the meeting with Handel seems to have fired his passion anew.