"The Marquise D'Orvilliers" (1790), oil on canvas, 51 5/8 x 38 5/8 in, of the painter Jacques-Louis David, contemporary of Hewitt (Musee du Louvre, Paris)

James Hewitt

James Hewitt


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James Hewitt, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Dartmoor on the 4th June 1770, the same year of the composers Adrien, Beethoven, Dupuy, Ebers, Glachant, Orgitano, Paganini, Reicha, Schikaneder, Schneider, Schubert, Titov. He died in Boston on the first August 1827

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"Tammany, or The Indian Chief" has been represented in 1794 in New York

"The Patriot or Liberty Asserted" was performed in 1794

"The Mysterious Marriage" has been represented in 1799

"Columbus" was performed in 1799

"Pizarro, or The Spaniards in Peru" was performed in 1800

"Robin Hood" has been represented in 1800

"The Spanish Castle" was performed in New York on the 5th of December 1800

"The Wild Goose Chase" was performed in 1800


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