Barry, Richard 7th earl of Barrymore 14.aug.1769-6.mar.1793 England, London Marylebone - Kent, Folkestone
singer, songwriter (and an infamous rake, gambler and womanizer), grew up and lived all his life in Wargrave Berkshire where he built and ran a theatre, 23.aug.1791 the next theatrical representation at Wargrave was the Battle of Hexham with Lord Barrymore as 'Gondibor', Mr. Augustus Barry 'first Robber', the Hon. Mr. Barry does Aickin's part, Captain Wathen 'Gregory' &c. &c., 1789 he entered and later promoted captain in the Royal Berkshire Militia, he died when his musket accidentally discharged while escorting French prisoners of war to Dover and was buried in Wargrave ; son of Richard Barry 6th earl of Barrymore (Ireland, Dublin oct.1745-1.aug.1773 Ireland Co. Waterford, Dromana, buried castle Lyons Co. Cork) and Amelia 'Emily' Stanhope (London Kensington 24.may.1749-5.sep.1780 France) ; brother of composer Henry Barry 8th earl of Barrymore and composer Augustus Barry

Title Parts

[] Three celebrated duetts. 2 Voices and piano forte
pub Thomas Carter

[] Oh! my poor heart heigh ho! Duet for two sopranos with an express accompaniment for the piano forte or pedal harp
pub Rt. Birchall, 133 New Bond Street, London 1795
pub Publish'd by Morris Hime, Dublin c1800

[] Away with melancholy, in answer to "Oh! my poor heart". 2 Voices and piano forte
adapted to "Das klinget so herrlich" from Mozart's Die Zauberflote
pub Rhames, Dublin ?1800

[] Amo amas, I love a lass, a favorite glee for three voices
pub Publish'd by Morris Hime, Dublin c1800

[] The minstrel. Harmonized for three voices by the Earl of Barrymore, and dedicated to Sir J. A. Stevenson, the composer of the air [John Andrew Stevenson, Dublin 1761 - Kells 1833]
pub Goulding, D'Almaine, London ?1812

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