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Kemp, Josephlocked

(1778–1824)
  • L. M. Middleton
  • , revised by David J. Golby

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Kemp, Joseph (1778–1824), organist and composer, was born in Exeter. He was the brother of James Kemp, the author of the poem Northernhay (1808). Kemp was a chorister at Exeter Cathedral and a pupil of William Jackson during and after his time in the choir. In 1802 he was appointed organist of ...

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