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Robert Anthony "Tony" Fell (27 December 1931, Liverpool  6 December 2011) was a British businessman and musician.

Fell worked for various firms, including ICI in the 1950s, becoming Managing Director of Hortors Printers from 196874, and Managing Director of Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers 197496.

He founded the Johannesburg Bach Choir, which he conducted 196474. He was Chair of the Royal Philharmonic Society 19972005: the Society awarded him an Honorary Membership, which it rarely bestows, in 2011. [1]

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  1. "Tony Fell dies, aged 78". The Telegraph. London. 13 December 2011. Retrieved 14 December 2011.