David Goode (organist)

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David Goode (born 1971) is a British organist. He is organist and head of keyboard at Eton College, which he combines with an international concert career.

Life and career[edit]

Goode was a chorister at St Paul’s Cathedral, a music scholar at Eton College and then organ scholar at King’s College, Cambridge 1991–94.[1] While there, he studied the organ with David Sanger and Jacques van Oortmerssen. From 1996–2001, he was sub-organist at Christ Church, Oxford. He won major prizes at the 1997 St. Alban’s Interpretation Competition and at the 1998 Calgary Competition. From 2003 to 2005, he was the organist-in-residence at First Congregational Church in Los Angeles California. In 2005 he returned to Eton College.


  • A Parry Collection - Regent Records
  • Bach from Freiberg Cathedral - Signum
  • Max Reger: Organ Works, Volume 2 - Signum
  • Max Reger: Complete Organ Works, Volume 1 – Herald
  • Orb and Sceptre – Herald
  • Commotio – Herald
  • The Organ of the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford
  • The Great Organs of First Church, Volume 2 – Gothic
  • French Showpieces from King's
  • Organs of Cambridge, Volume 3
  • Johann Sebastian Bach: The Complete Organ Works, Volumes 1-9 - Signum


  1. ^ "David Goode". Global Music Network Inc. Retrieved 19 October 2017.

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