|Short Name:||A. H. Mann|
|Full Name:||Mann, A. H. (Arthur Henry), 1850-1929|
Arthur Henry ‘Daddy’ Mann MusB MusD United Kingdom 1850-1929. Born at Norwich, Norfolk, England, he graduated from New College, Oxford. He married Sarah Ransford, and they had five children: Sarah, Francis, Arthur, John, and Mary. Arthur died in infancy. Mann was a chorister and assistant organist at Norwich Cathedral, then, after short stints playing the organ at St Peter’s, Wolverhampton (1870-71); St. Michael’s Tettenhall Parish Church (1871-75); and Beverley Minster (1875-76); he became organist at King’s College Chapel, Cambridge (1876-1929), Cambridge University organist (1897-1929), and music master and organist at the Leys School, Cambridge (1894-1922). In addition to composing an oratorio and some hymn tunes, he was music editor of the Church of England Hymnal (1894). In 1918 he directed the music and first service of “Nine lessons & carols” at King’s College Chapel. He was an arranger, author, composer, and editor. His wife, Sarah, died in 1918. He died at Cambridge, England.
|Texts by A. H. Mann (3)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|O One with God the Father||Arthur H. Mann (Author)||English||1|
|Standing at the portal, of the opening year||Arthur H. Mann (Author)||English||1|
|Why those fears, behold, 'tis Jesus||A.H. Mann (Author)||English||1|