Thomas Attwood (23 November 1765 – 24 March 1838) was an English composer and organist. The son of a musician in the royal band, Attwood was born in London, probably in Pimlico. At the age of nine he became a chorister in the Chapel Royal, where he received training in music from James Nares and Edmund Ayrton. In 1783 he was sent to study abroad at the expense of the Prince of Wales (afterwards George IV), who had been favourably impressed by his skill at the harpsichord.
|O God, Who by the Leading of a Star||Anthem||Choir|
|Le jaloux puni||Ballet||Orchestra|
|Cathedral Fugue in E flat major||Fugue||Organ|
|Teach Me O Lord||Sacred Mass||Choir and Instrument|
|Turn Thee Again, O Lord||Sacred Mass||Choir and Instrument|
|Turn Thy Face from My Sins||Sacred Mass||Choir|
|Hark! The Curfew||Song Cycle||Voice(s) and Piano|