Henry William Stubbington

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Henry William Stubbington FRCO LRAM ARCM LTCL (b. 1891) was an organist and composer based in England.[1]


He was born in Upham in Hampshire in 1891, the son of Edward Subbington and Eliza Jane. He was educated at Durham University.

He was director of music at Handsworth Grammar School from 1935 to He was appointed Professor of Music at the Birmingham School of Music in 1944.[2]



He composed

  • Ring out, ye crystal spheres. A choral ode for 5 part chorus, soprano solo and orchestra
Cultural offices
Preceded by
Richard Wassell
Organist of St Martin in the Bull Ring
Succeeded by
Norman Blake


  1. ^ Who's Who in Music. Shaw Publishing Limited. 1949-50
  2. ^ Who's Who in Music and Musicians' International Directory. Fourth Edition. 1962