Humphrey Lyttelton

Humphrey Lyttelton is descended from a long line of land-owning, political, military, clerical, scholastic and literary forebears. Not a musician among them. He claims to have most in common with a former Humphrey Lyttelton who was executed for complicity with Guy Fawkes in the Gunpowder plot.

He was born on May 23rd, 1921 in Eton College, where his father was a famous housemaster, and where he was subsequently educated. During the war, he served as an officer in the Grenadiar Guards and, on demobilisation, studied for two years at Camberwell Arts School.

In 1949, he joined the London Daily Mail as cartoonist, during which time he also wrote the story-line for Trog's 'Flook' cartoon” Trog being the nom de plume of clarinetist Wally Fawkes.

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In Canada
In Canada
Delmark Records
2015
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Cornucopia 2
Cornucopia 2
Self Produced
2007
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Triple Exposure
Calligraph Records
2004
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A Tribute To Humph -...
Calligraph Records
1986
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A Tribute To Humph -...
Calligraph Records
1985
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Humph At The Bulls...
Calligraph Records
1984
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