Fraser-Simson, Harold
* 15. Aug. 1872 in London
+ 19. Jan. 1944 in Inverness
Komponist

Bühnenwerk

  • Bonita (Wadham Peacock), musical comedy (22. Sept. 1911 London, Queen's Theatre)
  • The Maid of the Mountains (Harry Graham/Frederick Lonsdale), musical comedy (23. Dez. 1916 Manchester, Prince's Theatre; 10. Febr. 1917 London, Daly's Theatre)
  • A Southern Maid (Dion Clayton Calthrop, Harry Graham/Harry Miller), musical comedy (24. Dez. 1917 Manchester, Prince's Theatre; 15. Mai 1920 London, Daly's Theatre)
  • Our Peg (Harry Graham/Edward Knoblock), musical comedy (24. Dez. 1919 Manchester, Prince's Theatre)
  • Missy Jo (Harry Graham/James Clive), musical comedy (4. Juli 1921 Folkestone)
  • Head Over Heels (Adrian Ross, Graham/Seymour Hicks), musical comedy (8. Sept. 1923 London, Adelphi Theatre)
  • Our Nell (revidiert: Our Peg) (Ivor Novello/Louis N. Parker, Reginald Arkell), musical comedy (16. April 1924 London, Gaiety Theatre)
  • The Street Singer (Percy Greenbank/Frederick Lonsdale), musical comedy (27. Juni 1924 London, Lyric Theatre)
  • Betty in Mayfair (Harry Graham/J. Hastings Turner), musical comedy (11. Nov. 1925 London, Adelphi Theatre)
  • Toad of Toad Hall (A. A. Milne), musical comedy (17. Dez. 1929 Liverpool; 17. Dez. 1930 London, Lyric Theatre)
  • Winnie the Pooh (ad Julian Slade/A. A. Milne) (17. Dez. 1970 London, Phoenix Theatre)

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