This work, by Matthew Camidge, is a movement from an organ concerto which was included in the popular CH Trevor collection Old English Organ Music for Manuals - Book 1. The CH Trevor collection of Old English Organ Music for Manuals is well-known amongst organists because of its accessibility and usefulness in liturgical services. There are a wide variety of compositions which can serve as preludes, postludes and interludes. Most works published in these collections are in the public domain, hence I could include the score in this video. The score is available here if you'd like to play it.
Matthew Camidge (1758-1844) was a reputable musician in Northern England and claim-to-fame was his organ improvisations. His organ concertos were written in the style of Handel and Corelli. My rendition of this piece was recorded on the organ of the Domkerk Utrecht, Netherlands, using the Hauptwerk VPO software.