Among those whose fame was not so great was Walter Parratt, who was knighted by Queen Victoria. He played the organ in a Yorkshire church when only seven years old. At ten he performed all of Bach's forty-eight preludes and fugues without the music before him, and in later life he accomplished the extraordinary feat of playing, blindfolded, three games of chess
and one of Bach's fugues at the same time, manipulating the keys of the organ and calling out his moves on the chess-board simultaneously."
From Anecdotes of Great Musicians by W. Francis Gates