Songs for Solo Voice and Piano

By Frank Hutchens

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Frank Hutchens (1892-1965)

7 songs for various voice types and not previously published

      • Berceuse de ma Chatte is an old French song which has been arranged by Hutchens. The title translates as Lullaby to my cat.
      • Sweet Evenings Come and Go (words by George Eliot) was written when Hutchens was a student in London between 1905 and 1908. This song won the Hine prize for composition at the Royal Academy of Music in 1908 and was subsequently published by Weekes and Co., London.
      • The Song in my Heart. (1941) – poet unknown. This song was written in Mt Martha.
      • Wake not the Sleeper (1944) is set to a poem by Dame Mary Gilmore.
      • Song from “Land of Heart’s Desire” set to a poem by English poet, W. B. Yeats.
      • The First Christmas (poem by Florence Taylor) also exists in a setting for choir.           
      • Come to Mackay with words by Frank Hutchens would have been written as a thank you gift for the people of Mackay after a visit there.

      Researched and edited Jeanell Carrigan

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