George Alfred Grant-Schaefer

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Born: 1872

Died: 1939


George Alfred Grant-Schaefer was born in Williamstown, Ontario, Canada, and studied piano, voice, and theory in Montreal, Chicago, and London. He served as organist-choirmaster for Centenary Church, Chicago, and became head of the vocal department at Northwestern School of Music in Evanston, Illinois. He died in Chicago. His compositions include operettas, anthems, piano pieces, part-songs, and songs. He wrote over 100 piano pieces for pedagogical use, arrangements of French-Canadian folk songs, and published Thirty-six Songs for Children.

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