Victor Hely-Hutchinson Net Worth is
Victor Hely-Hutchinson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Christian Victor Hely-Hutchinson (26 December 1901 – 11 March 1947) was a British composer, born in Cape Town, Cape Colony (now in South Africa).He is best known for the Carol Symphony, from which, the third movement was used for the title music of the 1943 Children's Hour and 1984 BBC children's television adaptation of John Masefield's The Box of Delights, in particular the variation on the theme of The First Nowell. He is also well known for his settings of various nursery rhymes and children's poems. His setting of Old Mother Hubbard is composed in the manner of Handel. His song setting of Edward Lear's The Owl and the Pussycat was notably recorded by Elton Hayes and featured on the BBC's Children's Favourites radio show.
|Date Of Birth||1901-12-26|
|Place Of Birth||Cape Town, South Africa|
|1||Most famous as a composer, he wrote the "Carol Symphony"|
|BBC Sunday-Night Theatre||1951||TV Series 1 episode|
|Teeth of Steel||1942||Documentary short as V. Hely Hutchinson|
|The Charcoal-Burner's Son||1939||TV Movie|