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Walter Hyde - A Discography

By Alan Kelly, George Woolford, Frank Andrews, John Freestone, Michael Langridge and Christian Zwarg with Sullivan insights by Stephen Turnbull.

 

EDISON 2 minute cylinders, London 1905-6 
1) 12978 Mona (Adams-Weatherly) (Feb. 1904)

2) 13421 Doris (Cellier-Stephenson): I sought the brake and bracken...So fare thee well (Dec. 1906)

3) 13440 Down the vale (Moir-Hadath) with Peter Dawson (Jan. 1906)

4) 13455 Genevieve (Tucker- Cooper) with Peter Dawson (Jan. 1906)

5) 13464 Love's golden dreams (Lennox) (Mar. 1906)

6) 13468 Come back to Erin (Claribel) with Peter Dawson (Mar. 1906)

7) 13502 Ever of thee (Hall-Linley) with Peter Dawson (June 1906)

8) 13530 Sweet Christmas bells (Shattuck) with Peter Dawson (June 1906)

9) 13607 When the wedding bells ring out for you and me (Scott- Richards)
(June 1906)

THE GRAMOPHONE COMPANY, LONDON, 26 June 1906. with orch.  
10) The Geisha (Jones/Greenbank); Star of my soul
8380 destroyed

11. The Geisha (Jones/Greenbank): Star of my soul
8380½ Zonophone X-42642

12. The Geisha (Jones/Greenbank: Jack’s the boy for work
8381 destroyed

13. Under the domino (?)
8382 destroyed

WHITE CYLINDERS - Two minute, 4¼ in. black wax  
14) 199 Excelsior (Longfellow & Balfe) with Peter Dawson
(March, 1907)

ODEON RECORDS, London 
Recorded in London and issued from October 1906 onwards. Lx = 10¾ in.; Lxx 12 in. The 10 3/4"'s were double-sided brown label discs

Matrix Rec. date Face Nos Singles 10 3/4"
15) Come into the garden, Maud (Balfe-Tennyson)
Lx2078 ca May 1907 44808 689 0225
Lx2078-3 57625 0225
(N.B. 57625 is a re-recording of face number 44808)

16) Doris (Cellier- Stephenson): I sought the brake...So fare thee well
Lx2079 ca May 1907 44809 688 - 0226

17) My Queen (Blumenthal)
Lx2080 ca May 1907 44810 689 - 0225

18) An evening song (Blumenthal-Kemble)
Lx2082 ca May 1907 44811 688 - 0226

19) The song that reached my heart (Jordan)
Lx2140 ca May 1907 44861 718 551 0224

20) The garden of sleep (de Lara-Scott)
Lx2141 ca May 1907 44862 718 0224

21) Margarita (Lohr-Weatherly) `
Lx2142 ca May 1907 44863 729 549 0223
Ariel 6052a

(As “Montague Arnold” for nos. 22 & 23)
22) Upon a Sunday morning when the church bells chime (with bells)
Lx ? ca June 1907 44929 757 - 0303

23) In the shadow of the pyramid (Ball-Mack)
Lx ? ca June 1907 44930 757 - 0303

24) Jean (Burleigh-Stanton)
Lx ? ca June 1907 44965 782 - 0222

25) The Noble Outlaw (Bishop): The Pilgrim of Love
Lx2155 ca June 1907 44869 729 0223

26) My Lady Molly (Jones-Greenbank): There’s a little maid
Lx2156 ca June 1907 44890 782 0222
Ariel 6244

27) Spanish Dollars (Davy-Cherry): The Bay of Biscay
Lx2159 ca June 1907 44860 947 0392

(As “Montague Arnold” for nos 28 to 33)
28) Will you love me in December, as you do in May? (Ball-Walker)
Lx2201 ca June 1907 44909 754 - 0304

29) In the valley where the bluebirds sing (Solman-Rosenfeld)
Lx2202 ca June 1907 44910 755 - 0305

30) Down on the farm (Von Tilzer- Browne)
Lx2203? ca June 1907 44911 755 - 0305

31) I can see red roses blooming (Pether-Leigh) 
Lx2205 ca June 1907 44912 754 580 0304

32) The old rustic bridge by the mill (Skelly)
Lx2206 ca June 1907 44935 799 587 0302

33) Roses, roses everywhere (Trotere)
Lx2207 ca June 1907 44990 799 576 0302

34) Die lustige Witwe (Lehár-Léon): March septet (Oh! You women) w. chorus
Lx2320 ca June 1907 44871 731 337 0142 A142

THE RUSSELL HUNTING COMPANY STERLING CYLINDERS  
HMS PINAFORE was recorded in Sept/Oct 1907 on eleven Sterling cylinders. This medium was doomed so they were withdrawn after one year. Pathé re-issued four on their disc system (See note below), but there was a non-standard cut so there were poor sales. Long believed lost, the cylinders, or at least ten of them, were re-discovered in 1999 and The Sir Arthur Sullivan Society and Symposium subsequently provided them on a CD.

35) HMS Pinafore (Sullivan) (Recorded complete, but only 10 cylinders are known to exist)
WH with Ada Florence, Harry Dearth, Harry Thornton, Alfred Cunningham, M. Anderson, Ernest Pike, Bernard Turner and Miss Burnett.

940 Overture - Orchestra
941 Opening Chorus - Male Chorus
942 "I'm called Little Buttercup" - AF
943 "A maiden fair to see" - WH
944 "I am the Captain of the Pinafore" - HD and chorus
945 "When I was a lad" - MA and chorus
947 Selection from Pinafore - orchestra
948 "Never mind the why and wherefore" - AF, EP, WH
950 "For he himself has said it" - HD, WH, BT
951 "Farewell, my own" - Principals and full chorus
CD: Symposium CD 1267

STERLING CYLINDERS - other two minute plus 4 & 1/4" black wax releases, recorded in London and issued ca 1907/8

36) 957 The Merry Widow (Lehar) - "Oh! the women," Duet with Ernest Pike (iss. Aug. 1907)

37) 958 The Merry Widow (Lehar)- Vilja song with Hyde and chorus
Pathé 77683 8027 (iss. Dec. 1908)

38) 1074 Spanish Dollars (Davy): The Bay of Biscay (iss. Mar 1908)

PATHÉ DISCS, 8½” centre start, double-sided, announced Sept. 1908
) HMS Pinafore - A maiden fair to see
Pathé 77862 8027 (Same as Sterling 943)

) The Merry Widow - Vilja Song
Pathé 77683 8027 (Same as Sterling 958)

) HMS Pinafore - Farewell my own
Pathé 77726 8086 (Same as Sterling 951)

Note: George Woolford comments: "Hyde, Jones, Dawson and McCormack all wrote open letters in response to the above announcement, stating that they had not made rival disc recordings as advertised by Pathe, since they were already happily contracted to major disc companies, i.e. Odeon, HMV or Zonophone."

Christian Zwarg elaborates: “In 1908 Hunting left Odeon, and sold off the masters for his Sterling cylinders to Pathé, who proceeded to issue a large selection of them on their vertical-cut discs, apparently without informing the new owners of Odeon. They promptly sued their exclusive artists for breach of contract when the Pathé discs came out, unaware that these were but dubbings from cylinder recordings made legally under the same contract (with Hunting). At this point, the ‘open letter‘ of Hyde et al appeared in the press, who gave their affidavit that they had never sung for Pathé, which was perfectly true.”

ODEON RECORDS, London 
39) I think (Guy d'Hardelot)
Lx2471 ca Sep. 1907 66187 - 944 0391

40) Cigarette (J. Haydn Parry): Oh! How I love thee
Lx2472 ca Sep. 1907 66205 817 928 0221

41) The lover's lullaby (Leoni)
Lx2475-2 ca Sep. 1907 66188 - 946 0391

42) Tell her I love her so (D. de Faye-Weatherly)
Lx2492 ca Oct. 1907 66181 817 928 0221

43) On Lido Waters (Tosti)
Lx2493 ca Oct. 1907 66260 - - RO384

44) The Gondoliers(Sullivan): Take a pair of sparkling eyes
Lx2494-2 ca Oct. 1907 66251 - - 0392
Ariel 6052
45) Stabat Mater (Rossini): Cujus animam
Lx2495 ca Oct. 1907 66182 - 952 RO384

QUARTETTE with George May (Alto), Walter Hyde (Tenor), Alfred Cunningham (Baritone), Harry Dearth (Bass) and others, as noted, nos. 46 to 51.

46) God rest ye merry, Gentlemen (English trad.)
Lx2511? ca Oct. 1907 66157 - 0324 A457

47) Good King Wenceslas (Eglish trad.) with Brian Williams,
treble soloist of Westminster Choir
Lx2512-2 ca Oct. 1907 66158 - 0324 A469

48) Good Christian men rejoice (Hopkins)
Lx2513? ca Oct. 1907 66159 - 0323 A457

49) The First Noel (English trad.)
Lx2514 ca Oct. 1907 66160 - 0323 A469

50) A Christmas Morning
Lx2515 ca Oct. 1907 66161 - 0325 A478

51) A Christmas with the Old Folks
with Miss Julia Franks and William Davidson
Lx2516 ca Oct. 1907 66162 - 0325 A478



52) Esmeralda (Goring Thomas): O vision entrancing
Lx2519 ca Oct. 1907 66231 - 0884
(Note: The December 1914 catalogue shows 66235 but the record shows 66231)

53) Tenor and baritone (Lane Wilson) duet with Harry Dearth
Lx2563 ca Dec. 1907 66268 - 0584 Ariel 6216
CDs: CHE 44380; TT-3014

54) The Lily of Killarney (Benedict): The moon hath raised her lamp above
duet with Harry Dearth
Lx2564 ca Dec 1907 66218 - 0584 Ariel 6216
CD: CHE 44380; TT-3014

55) The Martyr of Antioch (Sullivan): Come, Margarita, come
Lx2565-2 ca Dec 1907 66255 - 0383 CDs: CHE 44420; TT 3014

56) The message (Blumenthal-Proctor)
Lx2566 ca Dec. 1907 66248 - 865 0383 CD: CHE 44420

(As “Montague Arnold” for Nos 57 to 64)

57) Isn’t it lovely to be in love? (?)
Lx ? ca Feb. 1908 662?? 977

58) When the sunset turns the oceans to gold (Petrie-Buckner)
Lx ? ca Feb. 1908 662?? 978

59) When the wedding bells ring out for you and me (Scott-Richards)
Lx ? ca Feb. 1908 6662?? 979

60) Pansy (Darewski)
Lx? ca Feb. 1908 662?? 980

61) Honey Boy (Von Tilzer-Norworth)
Lx ? ca Feb. 1908 66275 975 0393

62) Won’t you waltz “Home Sweet Home” with me? (?)
Lx ? ca Feb. 1908 66278 976 0393

63) “Neath the old cherry tree, sweet Marie (Alstyne-Williams)
Lx2628 ca Feb. 1908 66221 973 0301

64) For Auld Lang Syne (Pethey-Leigh)
Lx2630 ca Feb. 1908 66222 974 0301

65) Once again (Sullivan-Lewin)
Lx2649 ca June 1908 57609 - - BO111

66) Good-night beloved (Balfe-Longfellow)
Lx2834-2 ca Sep. 1908 57597 - - 0470

67) My sweetheart when a boy (Morgan- Enoch)
Lx2835 ca. Sep. 1908 57584 - - 0470

68) Songs from the Turkish Hills: I know of two bright eyes
(Clutsam-Abdul-Mejid)
Lx2836? ca Sep. 1908 57585 - - 0486 LP: Rubini GV5

69) An evening song (Blumenthal-Kemble)
Lx2846 ca Oct. 1908 57603 - - 0226

70) Doris (Cellier): I sought the brake and bracket...So fare thee well
Lx2847 ca Oct. 1908 57595 - - 0226
(Note: Face nos 57595 and 57603 are re-recordings of Face nos 44809 and 44811 respectively)

71) My lute (Liddle)
Lx2848? ca Oct. 1908 57596 - - 0486 LP: Rubini GV5

72) The Death of Nelson (Braham)
Lxx2849 ca Oct. 1908 84209 - - X25

73) Mona (Stephen Adams-Weatherly)
Lx2868 ca Oct. 1908 57599 - - 0514 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

74) For all eternity (Mascheroni-Herbert)
Lx2869 ca Oct. 1908 57598 - - 0514

75) Goodbye (Tosti)
Lx2870 ca Oct. 1908 57600 - - 0514

76) Jean (Burleigh)
Lxx2878 ca Nov. 1908 84211 - - X25

77) Carmen (Bizet): See here thou flow’ret (La fleur que tu m’avais jetée)
Lxx2879 ca Nov. 1908 84212 - - X14 LP: Rubini GV5

78) I know a lovely garden (Guy d'Hardelot-Teschemacher)
Lx2880 ca Nov. 1908 57601 - - 0504 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

79) Spanish Dollars (Davy): The Bay of Biscay
Lx2967? ca Jan. 1909 57607 - - BO111

80) Lohengrin (Wagner): Mein lieber Schwan! (Lohengrin's Farewell)
Lxx2968? ca Jan. 1909 84221 - - X14

81) The Noble Outlaw (Bishop): The Pilgrim of Love
Lxx296? ca Jan. 1909 84222 - - X42
Ariel 8673 LP: RLS 743

82) Come into the garden, Maude (Balfe-Tennyson)
Lx 2078-3 ca Apr. 1909 57625 0225
(N.B. 57625 is a re-recording of face number 44808)

83) Ich liebe dich Op. 5, No.3 (I Love Thee) (Grieg)
Lx3035 ca Apr. 1909 57619 - 074 RB074
CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

84) In sympathy (Leoni)
Lx3036 ca Apr. 1909 57620 - 074 RB074
CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

85) In the Great Unknown (Guy d'Hardelot)
Lx3037? ca Apr. 1909 57621 - - BO169


86) The Prodigal Son (Sullivan): How many hired servants?
Lxx3089 ca June, 1909 unpublished

87) Believe me, if all those endearing young charms (Trad.)
Lx3090 ca June 1909 57649 - - 0574
CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

88) At the mid hour of night (Cowen-Moore)
Lx3119-2 ca July, 1909 57653 - - 0620

89) By Celia’s arbour (The Garland) (Mendelssohn- Moore)
Lx3121 ca July 1909 57639 130397 - O397
CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

90) Three Little Songs (M. V. White): When the swallows homeward fly
Lx3122 ca July 1909 57638 - 0318
CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

91) Three Little Songs (M. V. White): Let us forget (No. 3)
Lx3123 ca July 1909 57634 - 0318
CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014
(Lx3123-2 has also been reported)

92) The Vicar of Wakefield (Lehmann): There are birds in the valley
Lx3125? ca July 1909 57636 - 0397
CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014 

93) Sweet evenings come and go (Cowen)
Lx3126 ca July, 1909 57635 - 0626
CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

94) Semele (Handel): Where're you walk
Lxx3127-2 ca July 1909 84232 - - X69 Ariel 8675
LP: Rubini GV5 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

95) Hark! Hark! The Lark! (Ständchen)(Schubert)
Lx3128 ca July, 1909 57650 - - 0626
CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014
(Lx3128-2 has also been reported)

96) Jephtha (Handel): Deeper and deeper still
Lx3141 ca July 1909 57637 - - 0919

97) The Prodigal Son (Sullivan): How Many hired servants?
Lxx3089-2 ca Aug. 1909 84228 - - X55 Ariel 8675
LP: SYO 13

98) Believe me, if all those endearing young charms (Trad.)
Lxx3090-2 ca Aug. 1909 57649 0574 CD: CHE 44420
(This matrix was originally listed as ‘Lx3170’ then corrected to Lx3090-2)

99) Jephtha (Handel): Waft her, Angels to the skies
Lxx3170 ca Aug. 1909 84238 - - X45 Ariel 8690
LP: Rubini GV5

100) Maritana (Wallace): Yes, Let me like a soldier fall
Lx3171 ca Aug. 1909 57651 - - 0574 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

101) Jephtha (Handel): Deeper and deeper still
Lx3141 ca Aug. 1909 57637 - - X45 Ariel 8690
LP: Rubini GV5

102) The sailor's grave (Sullivan-Lyte)
Lxx3173? ca Aug. 1909 84227 - - X42

103) My pretty Jane (Bishop-Fitzball)
Lxx3174 ca Aug. 1909 84241 - - X69
LP: Rubini GV5; CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

104) Because (Guy d'Hardelot-Teschemacher)
Lx3175 ca Aug 1909 57652 - - BO169

105) La Reine de Saba (Gounod): Lend me your aid
Lxx3176 ca Aug. 1909 84327 - - X55 Ariel 8675

106) My Queen ((Blumenthal-Winter)
Lx3179 ca Feb. 1910 57654 - - 0620

107) Sally in our alley (H. Carey)
Lx3180 ca Feb. 1910 57655 - - 0884

108) HMS Pinafore (Gilbert and Sullivan)

Odeon's HMS Pinafore was recorded in London ca June 1907 and released on ten double-sided 10¾ in. discs with essentially the same cast as earlier. They were, for all practical purposes complete recordings, with just the odd song missing, plus miscellaneous cuts. They had more cohesion than the quasi-complete sets G&T issued around the same time. Interestingly, the principals posed in costume for a cast photograph to accompany the album with which the discs were sold although they could, of course, be bought individually.

Walter Hyde (Ralph Rackstraw), Ada Florence (Little Buttercup), Harry Dearth (Captain Corcoran), Elsa Sinclair (Josephine), Willie Rouse (Sir Joseph Porter), Harry Thornton & Alfred Cunningham (Dick Deadeye), W. Anderson (Bob Becket), Elsa Sinclair & Miss Burnett (Hebe), Chorus and orchestra, conductor unknown.

s/s 10 3/4"
ACT I

We sail the ocean blue - Full company
Lx2154-3 Jan. 1908 44938 764 888? 0437

I’m called little Buttercup AF with chorus
Lx2162-2 Jan. 1908 44875 764 889? 0437

The nightingale/ A maiden fair to see" WH and chorus
Lx2153-3 Jan. 1908 44872-3 732 890? 0438 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

I am the Captain of the Pinafore HD with chorus
Lx2160 Jan. 1908 44873 732 891 0438


Sorry her lot ES
Lx2177-3 Jan. 1908 66034 805 892? 0439

Over the bright blue sea with full chorus
Lx2166-2 Jan. 1908 44879 805 893? 0439

I am Monarch of the sea and "Ruler of the Queen's Navee" WR and ES
Lx2165 Jan. 1908 44878 733 894? 0440

Refrain audacious Tar - ES and WH
Lx2178-2 Jan. 1908 44882 733 895? 0440

Finale Act I Part I ES, WH, HT & chorus
Lx2179-3 Jan. 1908 44883 734 896? 0441

Finale Act I Part II ES, Miss B, WH, HT with chorus
Lx2173-2 Jan. 1908 44881 734 897? 0441

ACT 2

Fair moon of thee I sing HD
Lx2172 Jan. 1908 44880 735 898? 0442

Things are seldom what they seem Duet AF & HD
Lx2192-2 Jan. 1908 44884 735 899? 0442

The hours creep on apace ES
Lx2197 Jan. 1908 44887 736 900? 0443

Never mind the why and wherefore ES, WH and HD
Lx2193 Jan. 1908 44885 736 901? 0443

Kind Captain I have important information HD and AC
Lx2161-2 Jan. 1908 44874 A116 902? 0444

Carefully on tip-toe/He is an Englishman ES, WH, HD
Lx2171-3 Jan. 1908 66063 A116 903? 0444

In uttering a reprobation ES, HD and WR
Lx2194-2 Jan. 1908 44886 737 904? 0445

Farewell my own ES, AF, WH, WR, HT, WA & chorus
Lx2164 Jan. 1908 44877 737 905? 0445

The Legend - a many years ago AF with chorus
Lx263 Jan. 1908 44876 765 906? 0446

Finale Act 2 ES, AF, WH, HD, and chorus
Lx2220-2 Jan. 1908 44937 765 907? 0446

CD: Symposium 1293; Cheyne 44420 The Nightingale only

109) The Mikado (Gilbert and Sullivan)
Odeon’s Mikado was recorded in London ca June 1907 and was released on twelve, double-sided 10¾ in. discs.

Walter Hyde (Nanki-Poo), Ada Florence (Pitti-Sing and Katisha), Elsa Sinclair (Yum-Yum), Harry Dearth (The Mikado), Walter Passmore (Ko-Ko), Harry Thornton and Harry Dearth (Pooh-Bah), Maude Perry (Peep-Bo)

s/s 10 3/4"
ACT I
If you want to know who we are WH and chorus
Lx2261 ca Apr. 1908 66058 A193 - 0425

A wandering minstrel I WH and chorus
Lx2226 ca Apr. 1908 66040 A193 - 0425

Our great Mikado, virtuous man HD with chorus
Lx2224-2 ca Apr. 1908 66038 A203 - 0426

Young man despair WH, HD, and HT
Lx2225-2 ca Apr. 1908 66039 A203 - 0426

Behold the Lord High Executioner WP and chorus
Lx2222 ca Apr. 1908 66036 A206 - 0427

As some day it may happen WP and chorus
Lx2223-2 ca Apr. 1908 66037 A206 - 0427

Three little maids Trio with ES, AF, MP and Chorus
Lx2239-2 ca Apr. 1908 66043 A263 - 0428

So please you, Sir with ES, AF, MP, HD and chorus
Lx2249 ca Apr. 1908 66053 A263 - 0428

Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted Duet with ES and WH
Lx2256-2 ca Apr. 1908 66054 A234 - 0429

I am so proud Trio with WP, HD and HT
Lx2237-2 ca Apr. 1908 66041 A274 - 0429

Finale Act I Part I Quartette with ES, WP, WH, HD and chorus
Lx2245 ca Apr. 1908 66049 A289 - 0430

Finale Act I Part 2 ES, AF, WH and chorus
Lx2258 ca Apr. 1908 66056 A289 - 0430

ACT II

Braid the raven hair AF and chorus of girls
Lx2257-2 ca Apr. 1908 66055 A291 - 0431

Brightly dawns our wedding Day Madrigal w. ES, AF, WH, HD
Lx2221 ca Apr. 1908 66035 A291 - 0431

Here's a How-de-do Trio with ES, WP, WH
Lx2276 ca Apr. 1908 66059 A292 - 0432 CD: Sym 1206

Mi-ya-sa-ma, Mi-ya-sa-ma AF, HD and chorus
Lx2242-2 ca Apr. 1908 66046 A292 - 0433

The criminal cried Trio with AF, WP, HD and chorus
Lx2244-2 ca Apr. 1908 66048 A293 - 0433

See how the fates ES, AF, WH, WP, HT. HD
Lx2241-2 ca Apr. 1908 66045 A305 - 0434

The flowers that bloom Duet with WP and WH
Lx2240 ca Apr. 1908 66044 A305 - 0434

Alone and yet alive AF
Lx2247 ca Apr. 1908 *66051 A310 - 0435

On a tree by a river WP
Lx2238-2 ca Apr. 1908 *66042 A310 - 0435

There is beauty in the bellow of the blast
Lx2248-2 ca Apr. 1908 *66052 A317 - 0436

Finale Act 2
LX2246-2 ca Apr. 1908 *66050 A317 - 0436

LP: Pearl GEMM 198
CD: Symposium 1206 (Here’s a how-de-do)

THE GRAMOPHONE COMPANY, LONDON
10" e Series 12" f series
110) Les Contes d’ Hoffmann (Offenbach): Il était une fois... ballad de Kleinsack with orchestra conducted by Thomas Beecham
4341f 27 July, 1910 02256 D106 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

111) Die Fledermaus (J. Strauss): Come with me (Ein Souper uns heute winkt)
with Frederick Ranalow & Beecham
4345f 27 July, 1910 unpublished
4346f 04065

112) Les Contes d’Hoffmann (Offenbach): When love is tender and sweet (Amis! L’Amour) with Edith Evans and Frederick Ranalow with orchestra conducted by Thomas Beecham
12034e 28 July, 1910 unpublished

113) Les Contes d’Hoffmann (Offenbach): When love is tender and sweet (Amis! L’Amour) with Edith Evans and Frederick Ranalow with orchestra conducted by Thomas Beecham
4353f 28 July 1910 02257 D106 CD: CHE 44420

114) Die Fledermaus (J. Strauss): Drink, my dear (Mein schönes grosses Vogelhaus) with Edith Evans and Frederick Ranalow, chorus and orchestra & Beecham
4355f unpublished
4356f 28 July, 1910 04066
4357f unpublished

115) Mother o' Mine (Tours) (p)
12621e 3 Nov. 1910 unpublished

116) Pleading (Elgar) (p)
12622e 3 Nov. 1910 4-2119 LP: Rubini GV5; CD: CHE 44420

117) A Memory (Goring Thomas) (p)
12623e 3 Nov. 1910 unpublished


118) The sea hath its pearls (Cowen-Heine tr. Longfellow) (p)
12624e 3 Nov. 1910 unpublished

119) Eleonore (Coleridge-Taylor-Mackay) (p)
4582f 3 Nov. 1910 02292 D105

120) I think (d'Hardelot) (p)
13688e 19 June, 1911 unpublished
13689e 19 June, 1911 unpublished

121) I love thee (Jeg elsker deg) Op. 5, No. 3 (Grieg) (p)
13690e 19 June, 1911 unpublished

122) The sea hath its pearls (Cowen-Heine tr. Longfellow) (p)
13691e 19 June, 1911 unpublished

123) Only once more (Moir) (p)
5087f 19 June, 1911 02337

124) Goodnight beloved (Balfe-Longfellow) (p)
5088f 19 June, 1911 unpublished
5089f 19 June, 1911 unpublished

125) The willow (Goring Thomas) (p)
5090f 19 June, 1911 unpublished

126) All that I ask is love (Ingraham-Selden) (o)
ab14657f 15 Dec. 1911 unpublished
5823f 15 Dec. 1911 unpublished

127) All that I ask is love (Ingraham- Selden) 
ab14693e 21 Dec. 1911 unpublished
ab14694e 21 Dec. 1911 4-2193

128) Friend and lover (Ronald) (p)
14866e 25 Jan. 1912 unpublished

129) Come, sing to me (Thompson) (p)
ac 5937 25 Jan. 1912 02382

130) Sympathy (Marshall)
ac 5938 25 Jan. 1912 02378 D107
ac 5939 25 Jan. 1912 unpublished

7 November, 1915 12" series
with Robert Radford, Nora D'Argel, Edna Thornton (o Hubert Bath)

131) Elijah (Mendelssohn- Bath) Four Memories Part 1
HO1205ac unpublished
HO1206ac 04145 D293

132) Elijah Memories Part 2
HO1207ac unpublished
HO1208ac unpublished

133) Elijah Memories Part 3
HO1209ac 04148 D294
HO1210ac unpublished

134) Elijah Memories Part 4
HO1211ac unpublished
HO1212ac unpublished

135) Elijah Memories Part 1
HO1213ac unpublished

23 December, 1915
136) Elijah Memories Part 2
HO1388ac unpublished
HO1389ac 04146 D293

137) Elijah Memories Part 4
HO1390ac 04149 D294
HO1391ac unpublished

10" HO series
138) Life and death (Coleridge Taylor) (p)
HO2366ab 20 Jan. 1916 unpublished
HO2367ab 20 Jan. 1916 unpublished

139) Love, I have won you (Ronald-Simpson) (p)
HO2368ab 20 Jan. 1916 4-2753

140) Sweet evenings come and go, love (Coleridge Taylor) (p)
HO2369ab 20 Jan. 1916 unpublished
HO2369½ab 20 Jan. 1916 4-2745 E22 LP: Rubini GV5
HO2370ab 20 Jan. 1916 E22
(both HO2369½ab & HO2370ab handwritten in wax under label of E22)

141) Little red house on the hill (de la Touche)
HO2371ab 20 Jan. 1916 4-2702

142) My heart's memory (Brewer)
HO2372ab 20 Jan. 1916 4-2778

143) I think (d'Hardelot) (p)
HO1435ac 20 Jan. 1916 02650 D105

144) Once again (Sullivan-Lewin) (p)
HO1436ac 20 Jan. 1916 02626 D107 LP: Rubini GV5

145) Roméo et Juliette (Gounod): O shrine of beauty (Ange adorable)
with Rosina Buckman (o Percy Pitt)
HO2287af 1 Nov. 1916
HO2288af 1 Nov. 1916 04195 D118

146) La Traviata (Verdi): Far from gay Paris (Parigi o cara)
with Rosina Buckman (o Percy Pitt)
HO2289af 1 Nov. 1916 unpublished
HO2290af 1 Nov. 1916 04187 D118

147) Elijah (Mendelssohn): If with all your hearts (o Pitt)
HO2291af 1 Nov. 1916 unpublished

148) The Prodigal Son (Sullivan): I will arise (o Pitt)
HO2292af 1 Nov. 1916 unpublished
HO2292½af 1 Nov. 1916 02700

149) Martha (Flotow): None so fair (o G W Byng)
HO2898af 5 Oct. 1917 unpublished
HO2900af 5 Oct. 1917 unpublished

150) Elijah (Mendelssohn): Ye people rend your hearts...
If with all your hearts (o G W Byng)
HO2900af 5 Oct. 1917 unpublished
HO2901af 5 Oct. 1917 02816 D108 LP: Rubini GV5

151) Hiawatha’s Wedding Feast (Coleridge-Taylor): Onaway, awake beloved o G W Byng)
HO2902af 5 Oct. 1917 unpublished

152) Maritana (Wallace): Oh, Maritana with Rosina Buckman
(o Pitt)
HO3004af 11 Dec. 1917 unpublished
Ho3005af 11 Dec. 1917 04217 D119 LP: Rubini GV5

153) Roméo et Juliette (Gounod): O Night of Hymen (Nuit d’hyménée) (o Pitt)
with Rosina Buckman
HO3006af 11 Dec. 1917 unpublished
HO3008af 11 Dec. 1917 unpublished

154) Summertime (Ronald-Teschemacher): O Lovely Night with Rosina Buckman
(p Pitt)
HO3009af 11 Dec. 1917 04249 D119 CD: VRCS 2006

155) Il Trovatore (Verdi): In the Combat (Mal reggendo..I moltro il pie with Edna Thornton (o Percy Pitt)
HO4274ae 11 July, 1918 3-4030 E20 CD: CHE 44399

156) Il Trovatore (Verdi): If a moment I but linger (Perigliarti ancor langente)
with Edna Thornton
HO3363af 11 July, 1918 unpublished
HO3364af 11 July, 1918 04250 D120

157) Il Trovatore (Verdi): Home to our mountains (Se m'ami ancor...ai nostri monti) with Edna Thornton (o Pitt)
HO3365af 11 July, 1918 unpublished
HO3366af 11 July, 1918 04251 D120 CD: CHE 44399

158) All in a lily-white gown (Easthope Martin) (o G. W. Byng)
HO5154ae 29 Aug. 1919 unpublished
HO5155ae 29 Aug. 1919 unpublished

159) The Philosopher and the Lady (Easthope Martin): Your eyes the stars (o)
HO3932af 29 Aug, 1919 unpublished
HO3933af 29 Aug. 1919 02038 D108 LP: Rubini GV5


160) Martha (Flotow): Ah, so fair (M'appari tutt'amor) (o)
HO3934af 11 July, 1918 unpublished
HO3935af 11 July, 1918 02914 D532 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

161) The token (Squire) (o G W Byng)
HO5436ae 11 Dec. 1919 5-2139 E22

162) Brittany (E. B. Farrar)(o G W Byng, harp John Cockerill)
HO5437ae 11 Dec. 1919 unpublished

163) Margarita (Löhr-Weatherly) (o G W Byng, harp John Cockerill)
HO4148 11 Dec. 1919 unpublished

164) The Martyr of Antioch (Sullivan): Come, Margarita come (o G. W. Byng, harp John Cockerill)
HO4149 29 Aug. 1919 unpublished

165) I wish to tune my quiv'ring lyre (Watson) with Robert Radford (o Byng)
HO4344-af 19 Apr. 1920 04272 D471
HO4344-2af 19 Apr. 1920

166)Faust (Gounod): Be mine the delight (A moi les plaisirs) with R. Radford (o)
HO4345-af 19 Apr. 1920 04308 D585 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014
HO4345-2af 19 Apr. 1920 unpublished

167) Before the Battle (Hedgcock) with Robert Radford (o Byng)
HO4346af 19 Apr. 1920 04273 D471

168) Echo (Fothergill) (o G. W. Byng)
HO6016ae 21 Dec. 1920 5-2382 E227

169) Heart's haven (Brewer) (o G. W. Byng)
HO6017ae 21 Dec. 1920 5-2383 E227

170) Eugene Onegin (Tschaikovsky): Distant echo of my youth (o G W Byng)
HO4682af 21 Dec. 1921 02915 D532 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

171) Die Walküre (Wagner): Winter storms have waned (Winterstürme wichen dem Wonnemond) (o Byng)
Cc 355-1 13 July, 1921 unpublished
Cc 355-2 13 July, 1921 02932 598
LP: HQM1228 CDs: GEMM CDS 9924; CHE 44420; TT-3014

172) A dream (Grieg) (o G. W. Byng)
Bb 356-1-2 13 July, 1921 unpublished

173) Excelsior! (Balfe-Longfellow) with Robert Radford (o Byng)
Cc 733-1 1 Dec. 1921 unpublished

174) La Forza Del Destino (Verdi): In this solemn hour (Solenne in quest’ora)
with Robert Radford (o Byng)
Cc 734-1-2 2 Dec. 1921 unpublished

175) The Old Guard (Rodney-Vaughan) with Robert Radford
Cc 735-1-2 1 Dec. 1921 unpublished

176) Lohengrin (Wagner): Farewell, my trusty swan (Mein lieber Schwan!) (o Percy Pitt)
Cc 769-1 12 Dec. 1921 unpublished
Cc 769-2 12 Dec. 1921 02931 D 598 CDs: CHE 44420; TT-3014

177) The minstrel (Easthope Martin)
Bb 770-1-2 12 Dec. 1921 unpublished

178) Tannhäuser (Wagner): The pilgrimage, Pt 1 (Inbrunst im Herzen) (o Pitt)
Cc 1706-1-2 21 July, 1922 unpublished

179) Tannhäuser (Wagner): the pilgrimage, Pt 2 (O Pitt)
Cc 1707-1-2 21 July, 1922 unpublished

According to Christian Zwarg, two titles were recorded by Esme Hyde:

13474 Annie Laurie (Lady Alicia A. Scott/William Douglas)
13493 Love’s old sweet song (James L. Molloy/G. Clifton Bingham)

WALTER HYDE ON REISSUES

LP: Rubini GV5 - Nos 68, 71, 77, 94, 99, 101, 103, 116, 140, 144, 150, 152, 159

LP: "Famous British Singers, Volume 2" SYO 13 - No 97

LP: "Famous British Tenors" EMI HQM 1228 - No 171

LP: The Record of Singing, Vol. II - No 81

LP: Pearl GEMM 198; The Mikado “Here’s a how-de-do” - No 109

CD: COVENT GARDEN ON RECORD, Pearl GEMM CDS 9924 - No 171

CD: The Mikado Symposium 1206 “Here’s a how-de-do” - No 109

CD: HMS Pinafore Sterling cylinders Symposium 1267 - No 35

CD: HMS Pinafore Symposium 1293 - No 108

CD: EDNA THORNTON Cheyne CHE 44399 - Nos 155, 157

CD: HARRY DEARTH Cheyne CHE 44380 - Nos 53, 54

CD: WALTER HYDE Cheyne CHE 44420 - Nos 55, 56, 78, 83, 84, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 98, 100, 103, 110, 113, 116, 160, 166, 170, 171, 176

CD: Vocal Record Collectors’ Society VRCS 2006- No 154

CD: WALTER HYDE Truesound Transfers CD No. TT-3014 - Nos 53, 54, 55, 73, 78, 83, 84, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 100, 103, 110, 160, 166, 170, 171, 176 


 


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