Hedli Anderson (1907-1990)
Last updated: 07.04.21
p_andersonhed.jpgAccording to the Internet source given below, Antoinette Millicent Hedley Anderson was an English singer and actress.
After studying in England and Germany she returned to London to perform on stage and in cabaret. Among the composers and lyricists who wrote songs for her were W.H. Auden, MacNeice, Benjamin Britten, Elisabeth Lutyens and William Alwyn.
Whilst obviously not a "pub singer" she graces thes webpages having a shared repertoire with outher music hall performers as given in the song below.
Of interest is Her Golden Hair Was Hanging Down Her Back (1894) music: Felix McGlennon words: Monroe H. Rosenfeld and published by Francis, Day & Hunter, London W.C.2, England..
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This list is arranged by title and contains 1 lyric performed by Hedli Anderson. The lyrics/monologues and *.pdf files have been kindly compiled by monologues.co.uk/musichall Keys: pdf15.gif
     Title Attribution Remarks
       
url15.gif Her Golden Hair Was Hanging Down Her Back Felix McGlennon (music)
Monroe H. Rosenfeld (words)
Alice Leamar (sung by)
Yvette Guilbert (sung by)
Hedli Anderson (sung by)
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This list is arranged by composer and contains 5 songs sung by Hedli Anderson who is featured on sheet music covers. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
     Title Composer Attribution Remarks
         
sm15.gif Kiss Was the Cause of It All (1886), A Gussie Lord Davis(w&m) Hedli Anderson (sung by) wvicon.gif
sm15.gif Picture Eighty-Four (1894) Gussie Lord Davis Charles Ward (words)
Hedli Anderson (sung by)
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sm15.gif Oh, the Fairies (1878) William George Eaton T.S. Londsale (words)
G. Leybourne (sung by)
Hedli Anderson (sung by)
sm15.gif She Does the Fandango All Over the Place (1883) G.W. Hunt E.J. Symons (words)
H. Clark (sung by)
Hedli Anderson (sung by)
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sm15.gif Her Golden Hair Was Hanging Down Her Back (1894) Felix McGlennon Monroe H. Rosenfeld (words)
Alice Leamar (sung by)
Yvette Guilbert (sung by)
Hedli Anderson (sung by)
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