Harry Donald Hewitt


"The Lee Shore" (1941), oil on canvas, 28 1/4 x 43 in., of the painter Edward Hopper, contemporary of Hewitt (Private collection)


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The musician Harry Donald Hewitt was a author of vocal and instrumental music; was born in Detroit on the 4th March 1921, the same year of the composers Allanbrook, Arnold, Beeson, Bergsma, Boldemann, Burghauser, Correia de Oliveira, Doran, Driessler, El-Dabh, Engelmann, Ferenczy, Geissler, Goldberg, Hines, Hopkins, Imbrie, Irino, Ishii, Kokkonen, Kurka, Lagidze, Landau, Lidholm, Nixon, Novák, Ogden, Podést, Rosen, Smit, Tausinger, Tischhauser, Townsend.

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Harry Donald Hewitt


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