Andrews, Mrs. George H (fem) ??-f1841 USA ?, ? - ?, ?
1841 probably active in Philadelphia, 1841 teacher of Mary B Winchester, 1841 she collaborated with Anthony F Winnemore (Philadelphia 1815-1851 Philadelphia ; 1840-1849 minstrel singer and banjoist with the Virginia Serenaders Philadelphia, 1843-1847 with the Boston Serenaders, 1849 with the Winnemore Serenaders Philadelphia), she may have been the soprano Mrs. G L Andrews who sang Jephta's daughter in John Hill Hewitt's oratorio Jephta by the Sacred Music Society 26.jan.1846 at the Tabernacle in New York ; ? wife of George H Andrews, 1834 singer at Tremont Theatre in Boston

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[] Whene'er I see those smiling eyes. Ballad, Voice and piano
words Thomas Moore
the music composed & respectfully dedicated to her friend and pupil Miss Mary B. Winchester by Mrs. Geo. H. Andrews
(piano) arrangement A. F. 'Tony' Winnemore
pub William H. Oakes, Boston 31may1841

songs sung by Mr. Andrews (George H. Andrews)
[] L.A.W. (Come list to me a minute). A comic song as sung by Mr. Andrews
arranged by J. Blewitt, sung by George H. Andrews
pub C. Bradlee, 135 Washington Street, Boston 1834

[] Comic songs. Voice and piano. 29 March 1832
collected 1820-1834 by George H. Andrews and used by him in stage performances at Tremont Theatre, Boston January 1834
We shall ne'er hear the like again (arranged by R. Andrews)
Life is a river (S. Nelson)
Dulce domum (composed and sung by Mr. Braham)
Wery pekooliar or The lisping lover, a comic song sung by Mr. G. H. Andrews (composed by J. Blewitt)
Every man's song or Let each reform one (composed by L. Sharpe)
'Tis the season of friendship or Mirth and delight (words by W. F. Collard, music by J. C. Clifton)
Dean Swift's receipt to roast mutton (by A. P. Heinrich)
The wonderful Paganini or London fiddling mad (the poetry by W. T. Moncrieff, the melody by one of the first composer of the day)
Cockney warriors at the Battle of Aldgate or Disasters of a grand field day (written and composed by C. J. Davids)
The old beau, being a match for The old maid (written by an amateur, adapted and arranged by John Parry)
The old bachelor (written by Thomas H. Bayly)
The family man (composed by T. H. Bayly)
A bundle of conundrums (composed by J. Watson)
The fox and crow (written by Dictum Factum, arr by J. Townsend)
Peter Peppercorn (written by T. Hudson, the music composed by J. Blewitt)
Conversation between the monument and St Paul's (arr. by J. Blewitt)
John Trot, being no.3 of The ballad singer (set to the music by J. Blewitt)
The favorite anatomy song, being no.1 of The ballad singer (set to music by J. Blewitt)
Widow Mahoney, a comic song in the Irish style (words by T. Hudson, the music by J. Blewitt)
Barney Brallaghan's courtship (written by T. Hudson, composed by J. Blewitt)
The Irish joiner or Mr. Rooney O Chisel's lecture (written by Josh. Lunn, music by J. Blewitt)
Pat was a darling boy (the words by L. Ternan, the music composed by J. Blewitt)
Country sports (arranged by John Barnett)
Poor Dicky (composed by John Parry)
The dandy! (written by J. Lee Lewes)
The adventures of Paul Pry (written by Peter Pigwigglin the younger)
Dancing quadrilles
The fire men (by Mr. Sloman)
Analization or What are motals made of (by E. R. Hansen)
The coal black rose (the words written by White Snyder)
Hookee pokee koree karikee, king of the Tongo island (written by T. W. Moncrief, arranged by J. Blewitt)
The king and the jackets of blue (the words by D. W. Jerrold, composed by J. Blewitt)
The house of commons (written by Thomas Hudson, composed by J. Blewitt)
The nervous family (the words by Mr. Jacob Butler)
The adventures of Major Longbow or Upon my life its true, what will you lay its a lie? (written by Haydn - Corri)
L.A.W. (arranged by J. Blewitt)
Polly Watts! (adapted to the air "Isabel" by Peter Pigwigin the younger)
The sale of husbands (written by J. Beuler, composed by Henry R. Bishop)
The tea tax (by T. Comer)
The new marriage act or I went to be wed
Good old times (the words by R. Peake, arranged by J. Watson)
The sweets of love (written and composed by Mr. Dibdin)
Wery ridiculous or Fickle Miss Nicholas (the words by Mr. Beuler, music by J. Blewitt)
The disasters of poor Jerry Blossom (written, recited and sung by Mr. Knight, the music by C. Smith)
The portrait painter or The art of face making (by Edward Knight junr.)
The potatoe merchant (by Edward Knight junr.)
Hob-a-de-hoy (by Edward Knight junr.)
Horse play (by Edward Knight junr.)
The Lincolnshire poacher (by R. A. Hodson)
And they're a mugging (written by R. B. Peake, the music arranged by John Pindar)
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