John Hullah


The Illustrated London News

The young Charles Dickens made the acquaintance of twenty-three-year-old musician and composer John Hullah sometime around 1835 — probably through his musical sister, Fanny, who, like Hullah, had studied both vocal music and piano at the Royal Academy of Music. [Continued below]

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