|Short Name:||A. H. Mann|
|Full Name:||Mann, A. H. (Arthur Henry), 1850-1929|
Born: May 16, 1850, Norwich, Norfolk, England.
Died: November 19, 1929, Cambridge, England.
Mann graduated from New College, Oxford (MusB 1874, MusD 1882). He was a chorister and assistant organist at Norwich Cathedral, and after short stints playing the organ at St. Peter’s, Wolverhampton (1870); Tettenhall Parish Church (1871); and Beverley Minster (1875); he became the organist at King’s College Chapel, Cambridge (1876-1929), University Organist (1897-1929), and music master and organist at the Leys School, Cambridge (1894-1922). In addition to composing an oratorio and a number of hymn tunes, he was music editor of The Church of England Hymnal (1894).
Erickson, p. 344
Hustad, p. 280
Nutter, p. 461
|Texts by A. H. Mann (3)||As||Instances|
|O One with God the Father||Arthur H. Mann (Author)||1|
|Standing at the portal||Arthur H. Mann (Author)||2|
|Why those fears, behold, 'tis Jesus||A.H. Mann (Author)||1|