Howard TalbotRichard Lansdale Munkittrick, better known as Howard Talbot (9 March 1865 – 12 September 1928), was an American-born, English-raised conductor and composer of Irish descent. He was best known for writing the music to several hit Edwardian musical comedies, including ''A Chinese Honeymoon'', ''The Arcadians'' and ''The Boy'', as well as a number of other successful British musicals during the first two decades of the 20th century. Provided by Wikipedia
Week commencing Monday evening, September 22, 1902 : Messrs. Sam S. Shubert and Nixon & Zimmerman's production of the successful English Musical Comedy, in two acts, entitled A Chi...
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