Interlude in D Minor by Starling Goodwin (1711-1774).
A blind 18th century musician based in London, England, Starling Goodwin wrote music both for church use and public concerts.
Surviving examples of his work include voluntaries for organ or harpsichord and a number of popular light entertainment songs.
One of the greatest pluralists of his profession, he was organist at four London churches simultaneously at the time of his death. He was also a witty and amusing socialiser and an accomplished violinist.
(from Rousseau Media Music)