Alexander, Cecil Frances, 1818-1895Variant names
Cecil Frances (Fanny) Alexander was an Anglo-Irish writer best remembered for writing hymns. Her primary audience was children, and she sought to educate and explain through her verse. Although certain of her political views make modern interpretation of elements of her work problematic, several of her hymns continue to be popular and widely available.
From the description of Cecil Frances Alexander poems, 1837. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 52999931
|creatorOf||Alexander, Cecil Frances, 1818-1895. Cecil Frances Alexander poems, 1837.||Pennsylvania State University Libraries|
|creatorOf||Paviour, Paul. The sharp nails went through : motet for Holy Week (S.A.T.B. a cappella) [music] / Paul Paviour ; [words by] C.F. Alexander.||Libraries Australia|
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