Arthur Henry Mann (16 May 1850, Norwich – 19 November 1929, Cambridge) was an English organist and composer of hymn tunes including "Angel's Story" which was originally written for the hymn 'I love to hear the story', but is also sung to the words 'O Jesus, I have promised.' He was most noted for his role as organist and director of music at King's College Chapel, Cambridge from 1876–1929, being the founder director of the world famous tradition of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols since its first performance in 1918. In 1888, he published his own edition of Thomas Tallis's Spem in alium. His edition, though flawed, was the very first publication ever made of Tallis's famous motet in forty parts.

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  • Arthur Henry Mann (né le 16 mai 1850 à Norwich, décédé le 19 novembre 1929 à Cambridge) est un organiste anglais, chef de chœur et compositeur d'hymnes dont Angel's Story qui au départ a été écrit pour l'hymne I love to hear the story, mais qui est chanté sur les paroles de O Jesus, I have promised. (fr)
  • Arthur Henry Mann (16 May 1850, Norwich – 19 November 1929, Cambridge) was an English organist and composer of hymn tunes including "Angel's Story" which was originally written for the hymn 'I love to hear the story', but is also sung to the words 'O Jesus, I have promised.' He was most noted for his role as organist and director of music at King's College Chapel, Cambridge from 1876–1929, being the founder director of the world famous tradition of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols since its first performance in 1918. In 1888, he published his own edition of Thomas Tallis's Spem in alium. His edition, though flawed, was the very first publication ever made of Tallis's famous motet in forty parts. (en)
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  • Arthur Henry Mann (né le 16 mai 1850 à Norwich, décédé le 19 novembre 1929 à Cambridge) est un organiste anglais, chef de chœur et compositeur d'hymnes dont Angel's Story qui au départ a été écrit pour l'hymne I love to hear the story, mais qui est chanté sur les paroles de O Jesus, I have promised. (fr)
  • Arthur Henry Mann (16 May 1850, Norwich – 19 November 1929, Cambridge) was an English organist and composer of hymn tunes including "Angel's Story" which was originally written for the hymn 'I love to hear the story', but is also sung to the words 'O Jesus, I have promised.' He was most noted for his role as organist and director of music at King's College Chapel, Cambridge from 1876–1929, being the founder director of the world famous tradition of the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols since its first performance in 1918. In 1888, he published his own edition of Thomas Tallis's Spem in alium. His edition, though flawed, was the very first publication ever made of Tallis's famous motet in forty parts. (en)
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