Frederick A. Challinor

Frederick A. Challinor
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Short Name: Frederick A. Challinor
Full Name: Challinor, Fred A. (Frederick Arthur), 1866-1952
Birth Year: 1866
Death Year: 1952

Wikipedia Biography

Frederick Arthur Challinor (12 November 1866 at Longton, Staffordshire – 10 June 1952 at Paignton, Devon), was a British composer. His father was a miner. Challinor was ten when he started labouring in a brickworks. At age twelve he was working in a coal-mine. At fifteen he went to work in a pottery. At this time a legacy to the family included a cottage piano and this inspired an interest in music. He worked at lessons on harmony while taking his meals at the factory.

Tunes by Frederick A. Challinor (3)sort descendingAsInstancesIncipit
[At Thy feet, our God and Father]F. A. Challinor, Mus. Bac., A. R. C. M. (Composer)212356 71534 51232
[Sing a song of glad thanksgiving]F. A. Challinor (Composer)2
STORIES OF JESUSFrederick A. Challinor (Composer)5053457 65345 23534

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