Albino, Harry Hurlbutt 25.nov.1889-13.may.1957 England, London Edmonton - Oxfordshire, Chastleton
folksong collector, adjudicator, 8.feb.1890 baptized at St Paul Church in Edmonton, 1911 undergraduate in Cambridge while residing with his family with cook and housemaid at Hazeldean on Rutford Road in London Streatham, 1921-1922 studied at or had graduated from the Royal College of Music in London, 1922 aged 31 still calling himself 'student', he collected, arranged and published old folk songs from Gloucestershire, 1922-1939 residing at The Manor House in Bourton-on-the-Water Gloucestershire, 1957 residing at White Gates in Chestleton ; son of merchant Henry Charles Albino (Bourton-on-the-Water 1859-7.nov.1925 Bourton-on-the-Water) and Mary Jane Anne Hurlbut (Leicester 16.nov.1865-1954 Bourton-on-the-Water) ; 1944 in North Cotswold Gloucestershire he married guest house proprietress Doris Diana Elbourne (24.sep.1899-1979 Bangor Wales)

Title Parts

[] Cradle song. Three-part chorus for equal voices
poem by W. Blake
pub J. Curwen & Sons, London 1930

[] The meeting of the ships, for chorus of mixed voices. July 1930
poem by Thomas Moore
pub J. Curwen & Sons, London 1931

[] Song of the pedlar, for chorus of men's voices
words William Shakespeare
pub J. Curwen & Sons, Philadelphia 1931

[] A doll song. Unison song. Choir and piano
words Dorothy Francis
pub J. Curwen & Sons, London 1931
pub Edward Arnold & Co., London 1932

[] Lullaby. Pipe quartet for treble, alto, tenor and bass pipes
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1955

[] Slumber song, for for treble, alto, tenor pipes and piano
pub J. B. Cramer & Co., London 1955

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