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Charles Fonteyn Manney (8 February 1872 — 31 October 1951)
- Detailed biography: None given
Manney was born in Brooklyn, NY. He was a choral conductor, and was sometime chief editor of the Oliver Ditson music publishing company in Boston. His works included songs, anthems and piano pieces, a song cycle, 'A Shropshire Lad', and two sacred cantatas: 'The Resurrection' and 'The Manger Throne'. His sister was the well-known character actress Helen Westley, who starred opposite Shirley Temple in several movies.
Pages in category "Manney, Charles Fonteyn/Translator"
The following 17 pages are in this category, out of 17 total.
- S'il est un charmant gazon, S.284 (Liszt, Franz)
- Schwebe, schwebe, blaues Auge, S.305 (Liszt, Franz)
- Songs by 30 Americans (Hughes, Rupert)
- 50 Songs (Franz, Robert)
- 50 Songs (Grieg, Edvard)
- 50 Songs (Schubert, Franz)
- 50 Songs (Schumann, Robert)