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PART SONGS BY J. L. HATTON (1809-1886)

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The BBC Singers (B):
Sybilla Marshall Bettine Young Anne Wood Winifred Downer Rene Soames Emlyn Bebb Victor Utting Victor Harding
Conductor, Leslie Woodgate
He that hath a pleasant face The hunt'is up
The Reproach
Over Hill over
Dale Softly fall the shades of evening Spring, the sweet spring
The summer gale, that gently blows The Urchins' Dance
The Village Blacksmith What is got by sighing?
See the rooks are homeward flying Song to Pan
Around the Maypole tripping
In the minds of most listeners, even of most older listeners, the name of John Liptrott Hatton (1809-1886) is probably connected with nothing but his famous setting of Herrick's ' To Anthea '. Yet Hatton, an almost entirely self-taught musician, was no mean composer-and a good" enough singer to appear in Dublin with Clara Novello , Sims Reeves , and other first-rate artists in a selection from Don Giovanni.
He -went to Vienna in 1844 to produce his first full-scale opera Pascal Bruno. As musical director of the Princess's Theatre, London, he wrote incidental music to a number of Shakespearean and other plays. His other compositions include operas, anthems, part songs, and numerous solo songs.

Contributors

Conductor: Leslie Woodgate
Unknown: Dale Softly
Unknown: John Liptrott Hatton
Unknown: Clara Novello
Unknown: Sims Reeves
Unknown: Don Giovanni.
Unknown: Pascal Bruno.






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