Chappell & Co.
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
Chappell & Co., Ltd. was a British company, founded by Samuel Chappell (1782-1834) in 1810, based at 50 New Bond Street, London (UK) that published music and manufactured pianos. In 1984, it was acquired by PolyGram, and in 1987 by Warner Music Group.
Between 1893 and 1919, the company published 1 play and 7 musical adaptations of poems written by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Conan Doyle published by Chappell & Co.
- 05.1893 : Jane Annie; or, The Good Conduct Prize (play)
- 07.1893 : Jane Annie; or, The Good Conduct Prize (music by Ernest Ford)
- 03.1900 : A Ballad of the Ranks (music adaptation by Maude Valérie White)
- 05.1900 : A Lay of the Links (music adaptation by Maude Valérie White)
Jane Annie; or, The Good Conduct Prize (may 1893)
Song of the Bow
The Old Gray Fox