Barnard (nee Pye), Charlotte Alington (pseud: Claribel) (fem) 23.dec.1830-30.jan.1869 England Lincolnshire, Louth - Kent, Dover
singer, amateur song composer under the pseudonym Claribel, she had singing lessons from Euphrosyne Parepa and Charlotte Sainton Dolby and also from Giovanni Mario and Fabio Campana, 1857 studied a little music with William Henry Holmes in London, by 1900 of her more than 100 songs only a few had survived inspite of the popularity in England and America in her own time, although they were all still in the catalogs of the music publishers in 1900 mainly by Boosey in England and Brainard in America, she died from typhoid fever after nursing her stepsister in Dover who had contracted typhoid, 3.feb.1869 she was buried at the cemetery of St James's in Dover ; daughter of solicitor Henry Alington Pye and Charlotte Yerburgh ; 18.may.1854 at Saint George Hanover Square she married the rural pastor Charles Cary Barnard

Title Parts

[] Come back to Erin. Ballad. 1866
Nellie Melba. Naxos 8.110738

[] Brocklesbury or Barnard. Hymn tune
used with the hymns "Jesus tender shepherd hear me" and "Savior who Thy flock are feeding"

[] Janet's choice. 1859
[] Won't you tell me why, Robin. 1861
[] Five o'clock in the morning. 1862
[] Take back the heart that thou gavest. 1864
[] Mountain Mabel. 1864
[] Oh mother, take the wheel away "Susan's story". 1865
[] All along the valley
[] Answer to the dream
[] Bell's whisper
[] Blind Alice
[] Blue ribbon
[] Broken sixpence
[] The Brook
[] By the blue Alsatian mountains
[] Children's voices
[] Chimes of St Mary
[] Do you remember?
[] Dreamland
[] Drifting
[] Farewell to Erin
[] Far away in bonnie Scotland
[] Friends for ever
[] Friendship and love
[] Golden days
[] Half-mast high
[] Hussar's parting
[] I camiot sing the old songs
[] I leaned out of the window
[] I remember it
[] Jamie
[] Janet's bridal
[] Kathleen's answer
[] The life-boat
[] Lowland Mary
[] Maggie's secret
[] Maggie's welcome
[] Milly's faith
[] My brilliant and I
[] Norah's treasure
[] Old house on the hill
[] Only a year ago
[] Only a lock of hair
[] Out at sea
[] Riding thro' the Broom
[] Robin Readbreast
[] Sailor boy
[] Silver chimes
[] Strangers yet
[] Swallow come again
[] Susan's story "Oh mother, take the wheel away". 1865
[] Take back the heart
[] Tell it not
[] There's a silver lining to every cloud
[] Through the Jessamine
[] Walter's wooing
[] We'd better bide a wee
[] What need have I the truth to tell
[] When I was young and fair
[] You and I
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