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Henry Handel Richardson was a leading Australian writer from the early twentieth century and author of The Getting of Wisdom and The Fortunes of Richard Mahony. Born Ethel Florence Lindsay Richardson in Melbourne, music was always important to her. She trained as a musician at the Leipzig Conservatorium in Germany in 1888. She was a highly talented performer and composed music throughout her life. However, Richardson was an intensely private person, avoiding public performances and concealing her love of composing from all but her immediate family and a few friends. Only one of her songs was published during her lifetime, and until now her talents as a composer have gone largely unrecognised.

Songs by Henry Handel Richardson For Voice and Piano
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Songs by Henry Handel Richardson For Voice and Piano

Bruce Steele & Richard Divall eds

This is the first collected publication of twenty solo recital songs composed by Henry Handel Richardson. This haunting selection from the late 1890s to 1943 features songs for voice and piano in English, such as ‘Peacock Pie’, ‘Mandalay’, ‘Regret Not Me’ and ‘Come Away Death’, as well as songs in German and Danish. The publication is long overdue and will delight performers and audiences alike. This publication is part of the Monash University Henry Handel Richardson Project which is funded by the Australian Research Council and Dame Elisabeth Murdoch.
An enticing collection, with performance notes by the editors.
Currency Press | 978-0-86819-604-6 | Sales rights: worldwide, except Aust/NZ | PB