Anthony Kammell, as he called himself in England, (originally Antonín Kammel), was active as a composer in England between 1765 and 1784. He was one of the close circle of friends of Thomas Anson of Shugborough and a colleague of Johann Christian Bach. This study looks at his career and his world, and asks what became of his family.

Antonín Kammell – A Bohemian Composer in 18th Century England 

A biography of Kammell.

The Family and Descendants of Antonín Kammell 

Details of what happened to Kammell’s children and their descendants, including the possible link to Lola Montez.

Antonín Kammell Thematic Catalogue

A listing of all known works.

Kammell String Quartets Op. 4, complete

Kammell Duet Op. 5 No. 1 arranged for orchestra by Andrew Baker

Kammell Duet Op. 5 No. 5 arranged for orchestra by Andrew Baker

Kammell’s early Symphony in G 

Andante Alla Francese from Symphony in G with added wind.

Minuet from Kammell’s Sonata Op. 9 No. 1, at Shugborough.

Kammell Symphony Op. 10 No. 1 – digital playback

Kammell Symphony Op. 10 No. 2 – digital playback

Kammell Sonata Op. 8 No. 1