William Harold Neidlinger (1863-1924)

Neidlinger was a composer, conductor, and organist at St. Michael’s Church, New York City. He was also a voice teacher although his main calling in life was working with retarded children. During the turn of the century, he founded a school in East Orange N.J. for the purpose of working with children lacking motor skills- especially speech and vocal disabilities.


  • Serenade

  • Birthday of a King

  • Crossing the Bar

  • Memories of Lincoln

  • My Laddie

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yams49 - 14 Nov 2009