Heddle Nash

Heddle Nash singsMy pretty Jane

Heddle Nash singsJudas Maccabaeus: Sound an alarm!

Heddle Nash singsDie schöne Helena: When nature opens her lovely eye

Heddle Nash sings Les pêcheurs de perles: In memory I lie
In RA format


Puss in boots (Cui) – tenor of marionette players, May/June 1923
La gazza ladra – tenor of marionette players, May/June 1923
L'ocacasione fa il ladro – tenor of marionette players, May/June 1923
Il barbiere di Siviglia – Milano, Carcano, 27 July 1925
Rigoletto – London, Old Vic, 3 November 1925
With the Old Vic Company, Faust, Die Zauberflöte, La fille du régiment
With the British National Opera Company in Golders Green Hippodrome and the King's Theatre in Manon, La bohème, Roméo et Juliette, Cavalleria rusticana, Falstaff, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (David) during 1926
Don Giovanni – London, Covent Garden, 27 May 1929
Der Rosenkavalier (Sänger) – London, Covent Garden, 27 April 1931
Gianni Schicchi – London, Covent Garden, 18 June 1931
Gerontius – Croydon, 10 November 1931
Die Dubarry – London, His Majesty's, 14 April 1932
Le nozze di Figaro (Basilio) – Glyndebourne, 28 May 1934
Così fan tutte – Glyndebourne, 29 May 1934
Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Pedrillo) – Glyndebourne, 19 June 1935
Die Fledermaus (Eisenstein) – London, Covent Garden, 6 January 1937
Madama Butterfly – London, 4 December 1937
Merrie England – London, Princes Theatre, 1946
Love in a village – English Opera Group, August 1954
Tale of two cities – London, Sadler's Wells, 23 July 1957
Many thanks to Anton Bieber for providing three label-scans-plus-recordings (My pretty Jane, Judas Maccabaeus, Die schöne Helena).
I wish to thank Robert Schlesinger for the recording (Pêcheurs de perles).
Reference: The Record Collector, Volume 41, No 1, March 1996. The article on Nash would have improved greatly if the author would have taken the time to publish a repertory list of Heddle Nash.

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