Q1. If someone says "Bob is a father of a singer who is tall.", can it mean both of the following?
Bob is a tall father of a singer.
Bob is a father of a tall singer.
Q2. If someone says "As a father of a singer, who is tall, Bob is ....", can it imply both of the two suggested interpretations above?
Aside from these two main questions, a related side question of mine is, is there a word for expressions of the form "A of B"? I don't know what to put in search engines when I have questions about such expressions.