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thumb|upright|Darewski in 1916|alt=middle-aged white man, clean-shaven, with dark, receding hair, dressed in a suit and bowtie
Herman Darewski (17 April 1883 – 2 June 1947) was a British composer and conductor of light music. His most successful work was perhaps The Better 'Ole, which ran for over 800 performances in its original London production in 1917. Some of his songs became very successful in musical revues.

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Melbourne : Allan & Co. Pty. ltd. ; London : Francis, Day & Hunter, [1912?]
Uniform title: As you were. Vocal score. Selections
by Darewski, Herman, 1883-1947
London : H. Darewski Pub. Co., [1919?],c1918-1919
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