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Charles Hamm

revised by Kimberly Greene

two octaves, was perfectly modulated, and was renowned for its execution of the portamento. Sir Walter Scott described Braham as “a beast of an actor, though an angel of a singer.” He composed songs and operas, including The English Fleet in 1342 ( 1803 ), and also wrote arias for interpolation in the operas of other composers, particularly for his own roles. “All’s Well” from The English Fleet was the most popular duet in the United States during the first half of the 19th century; other favorite songs were “Tho’ love is warm awhile,” “Is there a heart that never