John Watlen (arr.)
(fl.1800 - 1810)

The Devil Among the Tailors
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John Watlen established a music publishing business in Edinburgh, whence he moved to London in c.1800.

In Thomas Hardy's anecdote (publ. in "Absent mindedness in a village choir") it was a spontaneous and inappropriate outburst of "Devil among the tailors" that prompted the parson to replace the parish gallery musicians with a barrel-organ.