Charles Kensington Salaman (March 3, 1814 - June 23, 1901) was a British pianist and composer.Salaman was born and died in London. His music teachers included Charles Neate and William Crotch, and he became a member of the Royal Academy of Music at the age of ten. He studied in Paris under Henri Herz, and returned to London in 1830. He later founded the Musical Society of London. Many of his compositions are musical settings of religious texts. He also wrote Jews as They Are (1885), with the intention of dispelling common myths about Judaism.Salaman adapted "He that Shall Endure to the End" from Mendelssohn's Elijah as a setting for Psalm 93 (Adonai Malakh), sung on most Friday nights in the sabbath eve service of the London Spanish & Portuguese Jewish community.His sister was the accomplished portrait painter, Julia Goodman.