- George Fri·de·ric [free-der-ik, -drik] /ˈfri dər ɪk, -drɪk/Georg Friedrich Händel, 1685–1759, German composer in England after 1712.
Also Hän·del [hen-dl] /ˈhɛn dl/.
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But for Carole Kirk of Atlanta, simply being a woman is not enough of a reason to support Handel.
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Handel says Komen had "ongoing discussions with Planned Parenthood" about the issue, even exchanging proposed public statements.
She says the group "browbeat" Komen into reversing its decision, sparking a media storm that led Handel and many others to resign.
Handel, in one species of composition, wrote down to the singers of his time.
Handel may well have been glad to leave Hamburg, but Hamburg did not forget him.
Handel may well have felt that Hanover was a dull place as compared with London.
The King was enchanted with the music, and restored Handel to favour.
Radamisto was printed, and was published by Handel himself at his own house.
- George Frederick. German name Georg Friedrich Händel. 1685–1759, German composer, resident in England, noted particularly for his oratorios, including the Messiah (1741) and Samson (1743). Other works include over 40 operas, 12 concerti grossi, organ concertos, chamber and orchestral music, esp Water Music (1717)