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ISNI: 
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Name: 
Charles Edward Horn
Charles Edward Horn (Brits zanger (1786-1849))
Charles Edward Horn (chanteur, compositeur et chef d'orchestre)
Charles Edward Horn (English composer and singer)
Flaccus
Horn, C.
Horn, C. E.
Horn, Charles
Horn, Charles E.
Horn, Charles Edward
Horn, Charles Edward (Mr)
Horn, Chas. E.
Хорн, Чарльз Эдуард
チャールズ・エドワード・ホーン (イギリスの作曲家、歌手(1786年-1849年))
Dates: 
1786-1849
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
arranger
author
composer
performer
Related names: 
Arnold, Samuel James (1774-1852)
Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
Bellamy, W. H.
Braham, John (1774-1856)
Cooke, T. (1782-1848)
Cooke, Thomas (1782-1848)
Gould, Hannah Flagg (1789-1865)
Horn, Charles Frederick (1762-1830; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Macfarren, George (1788-1843)
Morris, George Pope
Pourreyron, Angélique (1984-...)
Reader, W.
Terry, Daniel (1782-1829)
Vestris, Lucia Elizabeth Bartolozzi (1797-1856)
Titles: 
Abschiedsbrief
Again my mournfull sighs
All things love thee, so do I.
Allegro molto
Annie Lawrie
aube du jour
banks of Allan water; a ballad, The
Baron of Moubray, The : a favourite new ballad
bee-hive, 1811:, The
boarding house; or, Five hours at Brighton., The
Cabaret
Chanson maritime anglaise
Charles Edward Horn's memoirs of his father and himself
chemins de Broadway
Cherry ripe
Choose me your valentine
Come buy my roses.
Come, come, soldiers come, c1842:
Comedies selections
deep deep sea, The
dernière rose
Devil's bridge
Election. Love in the heart
Even as the sun: a favorite song.
Farewell to my harp.
Faustus.
four seasons:, The
I've been roaming
Indian melodies.
Je l'aime encore
know a bank whereon the wild thyme blows; a popular duet., I
lac d'Allan
larme
Let us haste to Kelvin grove
Long time ago
Lord Grégory
M. P., or The blue stocking.
Malvina.
Mary's smile; a ballad.
May thy lot in life be happy.
Meet me tonight; a cavatina.
mermaid's cave., The
merry guitar, The
Merry wives of Windsor.
Mon coeur est en Ecosse
Narensky
Near the lake
Nocturne n° 2
O! Tarry, o! Tarry a song
On the Banks of Allan Water
On the lake where droop'd the willow : a Southern refrain, sung with enthusiastic applause by Miss Horton
opéra de quat'sous
Paul Pry
Persian hunters. Rose of love
Philandering. But think me not so foolish a maid
Philandering. Why, what can a poor maiden do?
Rich and poor, 1814:
Robin Adair
Rose of love, 1817 or 1818:
rover; a song, The
Rule Britannia
Sailor-boy
secrets of the old
songs of the fairies. Titania's love. [from old catalog], The
Songs of the hamlet
Sous le chêne vert
Souvenirs d'enfance
sun flower
sun, whose rays...
Suzanne aux yeux noirs
Take thou this cup trio sung by Miss Stephens, Mr Sinclair & Mr Horn in the national ballad opera Malvina at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
They sa y thou hast forsaken me.
Thou art mine, rose of love, thou art mine
Through the wood : cavatina
Toujours gai [m.i.]
Under the Rose sung by Madame Vestris ... in the popular burletta of The widow
vieux Robin Gray
vieux roi Chou
Virginia waltz.
Were it not for these men
widow's Lament
Woodman's hut. Libretto. English. [from old catalog]
young cavalier, The
Contributed to or performed: 
Beautiful Old: Turn-Of-The-Century Songs, The
Long Time Ago (1839)
Notes: 
Sources: 
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CDR
NTA
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