[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
p. 11 for Hewitt's first letter to the public, New-York Evening Post, 2 April 1808
2 April
11
New-York Evening Post
1808
2
George C. D. Odell, in his ency- clopedic, if musically one-dimensional, Annals of the New York Stage, 15 vols. (New York, 1927-49; rpt. New York, 1970)
3
William Dun- lap, A History of the American Theatre (New York, 1832; rpt. New York, 1963), passim
Dunlap
A History of the American Theatre
1963
John Bernard, Retro- spections of America, ed. Mrs. Bayle Bernard (New York, 1887), passim
Bernard
Retrospections of America
1887
Odell, Annals, I-IV, passim
4
Diary of William Dunlap, ed. Dorothy Barck, 3 vols. (New York, 1930), I, passim.
Barck
I
Diary of William Dunlap
1930
5
Ibid., I, 302
302
ibid., I, 268-69
268
6
History of the American Theatre, p. 281.
281
History of the American Theatre
7
Diary, I, 295.
295
I
Diary
8
History of the American Theatre, pp. 201-02.
201
History of the American Theatre
9
Retrospections of America, p. 262.
262
Retrospections of America
11
John Hodgkinson, A Narrative of his Connection with the Old American Company (New York, 1797; rpt. New York, 1963), p. 4.
Hodgkinson
4
A Narrative of his Connection with the Old American Company
1963
12
New-York Daily Gazette (15 Sept.)
15 Sept
New-York Daily Gazette
14
Oscar G. Sonneck, Early Concert-Life in America (Leipzig, 1907; rpt. New York, 1978), pp. 191, 246, passim
Sonneck
191
Early Concert-Life in America
1978
12
New-York Daily Gazette, 25 March 1793.
25 March
New-York Daily Gazette
1793
16
The Creation were performed in 1811 at Nazareth Hall, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, by the Moravian Choir and an orchestra of fifteen players, according to H
The Creation
1811
Earle Johnson, in First Performances in America (Detroit, 1979), p. 184
Johnson
184
First Performances in America
1979
Henry C. Lahee, Annals of Music in America (Boston, 1922), pp. 15, 18
Lahee
15
Annals of Music in America
1922
17
Son- neck, Early Opera in America (New York, 1915; rpt. New York, 1963), pp. 71-72
Sonneck
71
Early Opera in America
1963
19
Richard J. Wolfe, Secular Music in America, 3 vols. (New York, 1964), I, 372-84
Wolfe
372
I
Secular Music in America
1964
20
Richard J. Wolfe, Early American Music Engrav- ing and Printing (Urbana, 1980), p. 228
Wolfe
228
Early American Music Engraving and Printing
1980
22
John Hill Hewitt's unpublished au- tobiography, written in 1884
23
James Hewitt is John Tasker Howard's article "The Hewitt Family in American Music," published in the January 1931 issue of Musical Quarterly (vol. 17, pp. 25-39)10.2307/738637
25
Howard's information-virtually dupli- cated in his book Our American Music (New York, 1929; 4th edn., 1965)
Howard
4
Our American Music
1965
Andrew Jackson Allen, pub- lished in the New York Atlas on 24 March 1850
Allen
Atlas
1850
John W. Wagner, James Hewitt: His Life and Works (Ph.D. diss., Indiana University, 1969)
Hewitt article in The New Grove (London, 1980)
Hewitt
The New Grove
1980
25
Odell, Annals, II, 296-97
Odell
296
II
Annals
Post on 16 March 1808
Post
1808
28
History of the American Theatre, p. 345.
345
History of the American Theatre
30
Public Advertiser on 5 April 1808
Public Advertiser
1808
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