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[When the Lord turned again the captivity of Zion] (Camidge)

[When the Lord turned again the captivity of Zion] (Camidge)

Composer: Matthew Camidge
Published in 2 hymnals


Composer: Matthew Camidge

Matthew Camidge (25 May 1758 - 23 Oct 1844 in York) was a well-known local musician in Northern England, famous for his organ playing and conducting oratorios. His compositions are solid in craftsmanship though quite conservative. He was the son of John Camdige,who was also an organist and composer and Elizabeth Camidge. After some time as a chorister of the Chapel Royal under James Nares, Matthew returned to York where he lived the rest of his life. He served as his father's assistant and in 1799 he succeeded his father as organist of York Minster. He played an active part in the musical life of York, appearing as a soloist in piano and organ concertos and promoting music festivals in York Minster. After Matthew retired in 1842, his son… Go to person page >

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Composer: Matthew Camidge

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The Hymnary for use in Baptist churches #739c

The Hymnary of the United Church of Canada #739c

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