William Henry Hewlett

William Henry Hewlett
Short Name: William Henry Hewlett
Full Name: Hewlett, William Henry, 1873-1940
Birth Year: 1873
Death Year: 1940

Born: January 16, 1873, Batheaston, Somerset, England.
Died: June 13, 1940, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Buried: Woodlawn Cemetery, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Hewlett studied music as a child with several teachers in England, with A. S. Vogt at the Toronto College of Music, and Signor D’Auria and A. E. Fisher at the Toronto Conservatory. He received the gold medal upon graduating from the Toronto Conservatory, and won the Conservatory’s Blackstock gold medal for extemporization in 1894.

Hewlett served as organist at Carlton Street Methodist Church, Toronto; conductor of the London, Ontario, Vocal Society; accompanist of the Mendelssohn Choir of Toronto; organist and choirmaster of Dundas Centre Methodist Church in London; and secretary of the London chapter of the Associated Musicians of Ontario.


Tunes by William Henry Hewlett (10)sort descendingAsInstancesIncipit
CARLTON STREETW. H. Hewlett, 1873- (Composer)211712 76122 34213
CENTENARY (Hewlett)W. H. Hewlett, 1873- (Composer)211652 43516 52433
DUNDAS CENTREW. H. Hewlett, 1873- (Composer)2
POLAND (Koschat)William Henry Hewlett, 1873- (Arranger)153333 11333 45444
[Praise be to Thee, O Lord most High] (Hewlett)W. H. Hewlett (Composer)311353 143
ROYAL OAKWilliam Henry Hewlett, 1873 - 1940 (Arranger)153432 17653 46767
SHEPHERD CAREWilliam Henry Hewlett, 1873 - 1940 (Arranger)4
SOMERSET (Hewlett)William Henry Hewlett, 1873- (Composer)613517 64321 36756
[Teach me, O Lord, the way] (Hewlett)W. H. Hewlett (Composer)633332 31671 2
THOMAS CROSBYW. H. Hewlett, 1873- (Composer)255563 76556 71642
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