Annie Fortescue Harrison

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Annie Fortescue Harrison (1850 or 1851 – 12 February 1944) was an English composer of songs and piano pieces.

In 1877 she married and became known as Lady Arthur Hill.

Two of her piano instrumentals are:

  • "The Elfin Waltzes"
  • "Our Favourite Galop"

Two of her operettas are:

  • The Ferry Girl
  • The Lost Husband

Her most popular song was "In the Gloaming" (1877), with lyrics by Meta Orred.


  • The Book of World Famous Music, Popular, Classical and Folk (1966) by James Fuld.

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