Though the name is spelled “Kammel” in some reference works it is always spelled “Kammell” on his publications, concert advertisements and personal documents from his time in England. I prefer to use “Kammell.”

On published scores his name is “Antonio Kammell”. In private life in England he was called “Anthony Kammell.”

There is a biography and a thematic catalogue of his music on this website.

Here is a pdf of the complete book with illustrations

Anton Kammell – A Bohemian Composer in 18thc England  (Updated 150719)

Here is a pdf of the thematic catalogue of his works:

Anton KAMMELL – Thematic Catalogue (updated 15th July 2019)

Here are links to recordings of his music:

An arrangement of Kammell’s Duet Op. 5 No. 1, dedicated to Thomas Anson.

Kammell’s Duet Op. 5 No. 5, arranged for orchestra

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