Attwood, Thomas (b London, baptised 23 November, 1756 - d London, 24 March, 1838)
Attwood studied in Naples, and with Mozart in Vienna between 1785 and 1787. He then held prestigious posts in London including organist of St Paul's Cathedral, and composer to the Chapel Royal from 1796. He composed coronation anthems for George IV in 1821, and William IV in 1831, and music for many stage productions, glees, church and organ music, and chamber music showing the influence of Mozart.