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Stainer, John

(1840–1901). Composer; b. London, Eng.; organist at various places, notably St. Paul's Cathedral, London, 1872–88; prof. music Oxford 1889–99. Works include manuals Harmony and The Organ. Compositions include cantatas (The Daughter of Jairus; St. ;Mary Magdalen); anthems; oratorios (Gideon; The Crucifixion). See also Passion, The.


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