Camidge - Piano Music

Matthew Camidge

Matthew Camidge (1764-1844) was much better known during his time as an extraordinary organist rather than as a composer. His impromptu organ playing showed not only dazzling technique and musicianship but also a thorough grounding in the tenets of theory.Matthew Camidge (1764-1844) was much better known during his time as an extraordinary organist rather than as a composer. He belonged to a well-known family line of organists: he served as his father's assistant and in 1799 succeeded him as organist of York Minster. After Matthew himself retired in 1842, his son succeeded him. His impromptu organ playing showed not only dazzling technique and musicianship but also a thorough grounding in the tenets of theory. He played an active part in the musical life of York, promoting music festivals and appearing as a soloist in piano and organ concertos.

Camidge Piano Sheet Music

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Total pieces by Camidge: 1

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TitleKey YearLevel
Church Bells C Major -1