Thomas Crampton

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Born: 1817

Died: 1885


Thomas Crampton was born in Sheerness, Kent, England. He became known as an organist, composer, and music expert. He was editor of Pitman’s Musical Monthly and was appointed purchaser of music for the British Museum. He composed instrumental music, anthems, glees and part-songs. A special passion was writing music for children. He was musical editor of the Boston periodical Our little ones and the nursery, although he never visited the United States. He died in Chiswick, England.

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