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Hamilton-Harty Herbert (Sir) (1879-1941)

Biography of Hamilton-Harty Herbert (Sir):

Born in Co. Down in Northern Ireland, Hamilton-Harty was by the age of twelve an organist, soon playing in both Belfast and Dublin, and on moving to London when he was twenty one he qsuickly became a sought-after pianoforte accompanist and conductor. Apart from his compositions, he is also remembered for the years from 1920 to 1933 when he conducted the Hallé Orchestra, winning great acclaim for introducing many new works and composers to English audiences: he gave the first performances in England of Mahler’s 9th Symphony, Shostakovich’s 1st and Walton’s 1st.

CD's with Hamilton-Harty Herbert (Sir)
Beyond the Dark - Works for Flute and Harp

ArtNr. GMCD 7202

British Fantasies / American Dreams - Music for Flute & Piano

ArtNr. GMCD 7230

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