b. 5 Apr 1864, Yorkshire, Britain, d. 7 August 1917, London, Britain. After their studies at Wellington and Sandhurst, Hood became a normal officer within the United kingdom army. He started writing for United kingdom musical theatre, his initial short work getting The Gypsies (1890). He composed lyrics for Lionel Monckton’s ‘What DO YOU WANT TO NEED TO Drink?’, and in addition wrote two even more short functions before Gentleman Joe (1895), his initial complete rating. The display was an adequate achievement for Hood to resign his fee. He composed The French Maid, with music constructed by William Slaughter, which opened up in Shower in 1896 before shifting to London the next year. Hood composed other light displays, including collaborating with Arthur Sullivan, who acquired dropped out with W.S. Gilbert. With Sullivan, Hood had written The Rose Of Persia (1899) and started The Emerald Isle (1901). When Sullivan passed away, Hood finished the rating with Edward German which new team after that went on to create Merrie Britain (1902) and Princess Of Kensington (1903). He had written lyrics to get more Monckton tracks, for GIRLS Of Gottenberg (1907), although for most of his most effective shows within the years before World Battle I Hood only wrote publication and lyrics. At maker George Edwardes’ demand, Hood considered adapting German and Viennese operettas, that is where he discovered his métier. Frequently discarding the initial idea, he helped generate lively and incredibly popular operettas. Of these years, Hood done displays for London’s Western End and New York’s Broadway, included in this The Merry Widow (1907), The Money Princess (1908), A Waltz Wish (1911), The Count number Of Luxemburg (1911) and Gypsy Appreciate (1912). In 1913, he composed The Pearl Gal, but when battle broke out in 1914 Hood came back to the military services, going to just work at the Battle Workplace in London where he threw himself into his duties. So much therefore, that his unexpected death has been from exhaustion.
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