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Little Jack Frost Quadrilles

Title: Little Jack Frost Quadrilles
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  • Brown, Arthur Henry
  • Concanen, Alfred
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Publication Date: 1860
Instrumentation: Piano
Subject: N/A
WIMA Collections: Alfred Concanen Collection
ID: AlCon SL 00-026
Publisher: B. Williams Publisher
Publication Place: London
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Historical Notes

Arthur Henry Brown (1830-1926) was an English composer and arranger of several popular tunes in his day. Born in Brentwood, Essex, England, he began playing the organ at the age 10. Essentially a self-taught musician, Brown became organist in Brentwood Parish church from the age of 12. He composed several hymns and church pieces, and, as a member of the London Gregorian Association, he helped assemble the Service Book for the annual festival in St. Paul’s Cathedral. He supported the Oxford Movement, and pioneered the restoration of plain­chant and Gregorian music in Anglican worship. http://www.hymnswithoutwords.com/hymns/Category:Arthur_Henry_Brown

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