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Hatton, John L.
Hatton, John Liptrot
Hatton, John Liptrott
Hatton, Liptrot
John Liptrot Hatton
John Liptrot Hatton (Brits componist (1809-1886))
John Liptrot Hatton (compositeur britannique)
John Liptrot Hatton (englischer Komponist)
John Liptrot Hatton (English musical composer, conductor, pianist and singer)
Dates: 
1809-1886
Creation class: 
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Abercrombie, Beatrice (co-author)
Abt, Franz (co-author)
Bellerby, Edward J. (co-author)
Buck, Percy C. (co-author)
Bush, Geoffrey (co-author)
Carpenter, J. E. (co-author)
Elton, J. M. (co-author)
Faning, Eaton
Hamilton, M. L. (co-author)
Molloy, J. L. (1837-1909)
Molloy, James L. (1837-1909)
Montgomery, B. S. (co-author)
Moore, Thomas (1779-1852))
Movra, Lewis (co-author)
Norman, John (compositeur; co-author)
Ratcliff, T. P. (co-author)
Schumann, Robert (1810-1856)
Selborne, Gordon (co-author)
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616))
Shelley, Percy Bysshe (co-author)
Stewart, Robert Prescott (1825-1894)
Strungk, Delphin (1601-1694)
Tufts, John W. (co-author)
Wagner, Richard (1813-1883)
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian (1810-1876)
Zipoli, Domenico (1688-1726)
Titles: 
6 Impromptus composés pour le piano
Absence
Around the May-pole tripping. Four-part song.
Bright maytide ! Ballad, by Beatrice Abercrombie, music by J.-L. Hatton, The
Canções., [
chime of the bells at home a four-part song for soprano, contralto, tenore & basso, The
Curfew; song for contralto or baritone.
Enchantress, The
English ballad operas
English songs, 1800-1860 [for voice and piano]
Euterpean. A choice collection of popular choruses, quartets and part-songs, designed for the use of high schools, academies, seminaries, grammar schools, choral societies, singing clubs, etc. Comprising : I. Choruses and part songs. II. National and patriotic songs. III. Selected hymns and tunes. Selected, compiled and arranged by John W. Tufts,..., The
Euterpean . A choice collection of popular choruses, quartets and part-songs, designed for the use of high schools, designed for the use of high schools, academies, seminaries, grammar schools, choral societies, singing clubs, etc. Comprising. Selected, compiled and arranged by John W. Tufts,..., The
From All That Dwell below the Skies
Gems for the organ.
Gezangboek van Christian science
Give me song for song
Good-bye sweetheart, good-bye
Good night, sweetheart good night. Serenade, words by Beatrice Abercrombie, music by J. L. Hatton
He That Hath a Pleasant Face
Jesus shall reign : Duke Street
King Henry the Eighth.
Knight and the rose Ballad written, by Beatrice Abercrombie, the music by J.-L. Hatton, The
Le Monde musical. Recueil de musique moderne. Volume I. Chant
Letter, The
Light of the world; sacred song.
linden tree; song with English and German words., The
Lindenbaum [from old catalog]
Minnie Moore ballad
Modern ballads. A selection of 50 favourite songs and ballads by the most eminent composers
New Grove, 2nd ed.
News-Chronicle song book, compiled and edited by T. P. Ratcliff
Nothing else to do.
O Whither, whiter speed the stars ! Song for mezzo-soprano, words by B. S. Montgomery, music by J.-L. Hatton
Our song shall be of home ballad
Over hill, over dale a four-part song : from "A midsummer nights' dream
Oxford song book Melody edition Vol. I. Collected and arranged by Percy C. Buck, The
Quarrel ! Song, words by John Norman, music by J.-L. Hatton, The
Revenge
Rose, or Love's ransom.
Sabbath bells a four-part song for soprano, contralto, tenore & basso
Sailor's Song, The
Simon the cellarer
Songs and poems ... set to music.
Songs for sailors.
songs of England, 187-., The
songs of England, collection of 200 melodies including the most popular traditional ditties and the principal songs and ballads of the last three centuries. Edited, with new symphonies and accompaniments, by J.-L. Hatton..., The
songs of Ireland, The : including the most favourite of Moore's Irish melodies, and a large collection of old songs and ballads with new symphonies and accompaniments
Spring ! A four-part song for soprano, contralto, tenor and bass, words by Lewis Movra, music by J.-L. Hatton
spring song a four-part song for soprano, contr'alto, tenor & bass, A
Stars of the Summer Night
To Anthea
Trios für pianoforte, violine & viola
Way to Build a Boat, or Jack's Opinion, The
Wedding of Shon Maclean, The
When evening's twilight
When evening's twillight [extrait de] Part-song, vol. 7, London (Novello) v. 1885
When evening's twillight [extrait de] Part-songs, vol. 7, London (Novello) v. 1885
Where'er thou art, tis home for me ; ballad by J.-E. Carpenter, music by J.-L. Hatton
Which is lifes happiest season ! Song, written by Beatrice Abercrombie, music by J.-L. Hatton
world's wanderers a four-part song for soprano, contralto, tenore and basso, The
Wreck of the Hesperus, The
Contributed to or performed: 
Centenary Edition 1897-1997
Hymns (Music Only)
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