Stainer & Bell

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Stainer & Bell
Founded 1907
Founder Sydney Bransgrove, Albert Lucas Fransella, Richard Henry Walthew, George Francis Geaussant, Isabel Gertrude Geaussant, and George Riley
Country of origin United Kingdom
Headquarters location London
Key people Joint managing directors: Carol and Keith Wakefield[1]
Publication types Sheet music
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Stainer & Bell Limited is a British publisher of classical sheet music and books, based in London. Stainer, founded in 1907, publish the works of a number of significant twentieth-century composers, including Charles Villiers Stanford, Gustav Holst, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Herbert Howells. They also publish a number of earlier composers, including Henry VIII, William Byrd, and Henry Purcell.

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