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composer

Charles Fonteyn Manney, American composer. Member Harvard Museum Association, American Society of Composers.

Background

Manney, Charles Fonteyn was born on February 8, 1872 in Brooklyn. Son of Charles Palmer and Henrietta (Meserole) Manney.

Education

Studied theory of music in New York with William Arms Fisher. Studied harmony and counterpoint under J. Wallace Goodrich, and form and composition with Dr.

Career

Composer of many songs, anthems and piano pieces, song cycle, A Shropshire Lad, and two sacred cantatas: The Resurrection.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer of many songs, anthems and piano pieces, song cycle, A Shropshire Lad, and two sacred cantatas: The Resurrection. The Manger Throne.

Membership

Member Harvard Museum Association, American Society of Composers.

Connections

father:
Charles Palmer Manney

mother:
Henrietta (Meserole) Manney