Manney, Charles Fonteyn 8.feb.1872-31.oct.1951 USA NY, New York Brooklyn - NY, New York
editor, studied at the Polytechnic Institute in Brooklyn, studied music with William Arms Fisher in New York, with Wallace Goodrich and Percy Goetschius in Boston, 1898-1930 musical editor for Oliver Ditson in Boston, 1918 residing at 94 Chestnut Street in Boston, conductor of the Footlight Orchestra in Boston, choral conductor of the MacDowell Club, he translated Bizet's Carmen and many french and german poems into english, member of the Harvard Musical Association, Papyrus Club, Boston City Club and Saengerfest Association of Boston, as editor he used the pseudonyms Robert E Austin, Carl Clemson, Jack Doran, Hartley Moore and Arthur Westbrook

Title Parts

[] The Resurrection. Cantata for Easter. op7
pub O. Ditson, Boston 1900

[] The manger throne. Christmas cantata. op9
pub O. Ditson, Boston 1903

[] The duke's double. Comic opera, not staged
[] Easy Piano Pieces
music Robert E. Austin
pub O. Ditson, Boston 1903-1904
[] 1 - Hail to the flag
[] 2 - Off for the hunt
[] 3 - On tip-toe
[] 4 - Soldier's song
[] 5 - Summer noon
[] 6 - Where violets grow
[] 7 - Young volunteer's march
[] La sorella, known also as La mattichiche and Polo, the celebrated march on Spanish themes. Piano
music Charles Borel-Clerc, edited by Robert E. Austin
pub O. Ditson, Boston 1906

[] Barcarolle, from The tales of Hoffmann (Les contes d'Hoffmann)
music Jacques Offenbach, transcribed for piano Robert Austin
pub Oliver Ditson, Boston and Charles H. Ditson & Co., New York 1908

[] Twenty popular anthems, for general use. Solo voices, SATB chorus and accompaniment, principally organ
compiled by Robert E. Austin
pub Oliver Ditson, Boston 1910
[] 1 - O come to my heart, Lord Jesus
[] 2 - Now the day is over
[] 3 - Saviour, like a shepherd lead us
[] 4 - I've found a friend
[] 5 - Take me, o my father, take me
[] 6 - O that I had wings
[] 7 - He was despised
[] 8 - Forward
[] 9 - Draw me to thee
[] 10 - Some blessed day
[] 11 - Rejoice, the Lord is King
[] 12 - Jesus, meek and gentle
[] 13 - Hear our prayer
[] 14 - How firm a foundation
[] 15 - Ten thousand time ten thousand
[] 16 - King Arthur. There is a land beyond the setting sun
[] 17 - Nearer, my God, to Thee
[] 18 - I will magnify Thee, o God
[] 19 - Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace
[] 20 - With Thee, o Master
[] Holy art thou, largo from Xerxes. Anthem for women's voices and organ
music George Frideric Handel, arr by Robert E. Austin
pub Oliver Ditson, Philadelphia 1918

[] The breaking waves dashed high (The Pilgrim fathers). Song for voice and piano
music Miss. Browne, words Mrs. Felicia Hemans, harmonized for brass band by Robert E. Austin
pub Oliver Ditson, Boston 1921

[] Adeste fideles (O come, all ye faithful)
J. Reading, arranged for piano in the very simplest manner by Robert E. Austin
pub O. Ditson, Boston / Bryn Mawr, Pa. / T. Presser, Philadelphia 1927

[] Au couvent (At the convent). Piano
music Aleksandr Borodin, edited by Robert E. Austin
pub O. Ditson, Boston 1927

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