SPANISH BOAT SONG

By: AIDE, Hamilton.:

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London, Boosey & Co.1876. With a brown lithograph colour cover by Raphael Thomson with a fisherman mending his net outside his large house and a young woman peering out across the sweep of a bay . Featured in the Drama of Philip, which the Green Room book of 1907, described as a slightly gloomy vehicle for the great actor Sir Henry Irving and this song was sung by Frederick Wood It's author was the composer and lyric writer Hamilton C. Aide. Aide(1826-1906) though I can find only scattered information on him, had a theatrical obituary notice in the 1st Who's Who 1912 . I know that Virginia Gabriel set a lyric of his to music in the 1860's and he also was known later for composing and writing Blue Eyes or Brown Eyes and Remember or Forget and finally Johann Strauss ll set two of lyrics which were used in Die Flaudermaus(1876).Aide had much more success with his play Doctor Bill for George Alexander which played sufficiently well for Alexander to take the St James Theatre as his London base. Condition VG.

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