Miller, Edward



English organist and composer; born at Norwich. His early musical education was obtained at Lynn under Dr. Burney. In 1756 he was appointed organist of Doncaster, and continued to fill that position for fifty years. He died in Doncaster in 1807. Among the works he has published are six solos for German flute, with remarks on double tonguing; elegies for voice and piano; songs; an ode with instrumental parts; six harpsichord sonatas; psalms and hymns, among them Psalms of David, for the use of parish churches, in which occurs the well-known hymn, Rockingham; also the Elements of Thorough-bass and Composition and Institute of Music, or Easy Instruction for the Harpsichord.