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Antonín Kammel

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6 Keyboard Trios, Op.166 Notturnos, Op.66 Notturnos, Op.76 String Quartets, Op.146 String Quartets, Op.46 String Quartets, Op.76 String Trios, Op.166 String Trios, Op.176 String Trios, Op.236 String Trios, Op.66 Trio Sonatas, Op.16 Trio Sonatas, Op.36 Trio Sonatas, Op.3a6 Violin Duos, Op.26 Violin Duos, Op.266 Violin Duos, Op.56 Violin Sonatas, Op.106 Violin Sonatas, Op.9Violin Concerto, Op.7

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6 String Quartets, Op.7

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6 Notturnos, Op.66 String Quartets, Op.46 String Trios, Op.166 String Trios, Op.6Violin Concerto, Op.7
Antonín Kammel (April 21, 1730 – 5 October 1784 or 1785) was a composer and violinist. His best-known composition is String Quartet no. 2.
Kammel was born at Běleč, now in the Czech Republic. He was part of the social circle of the leading 18th century London concert impresarios, Johann Christian Bach and Carl Friedrich Abel. He also performed at provincial musical festivals, leading the orchestra at Salisbury in 1771. He died in London in 1784/5.
Sylva Simsova: Traces in the sand : the story of Anthony Kammel in 18th century Britain. Newcastle-under-Lyme : Dvořák Society, 2014.