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Sergei Nakariakov (trumpet), Alexander Markovich (piano), Maurice André (trumpet), Janos Rolla (violin)
Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Wiener Solisten, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, Neville Marriner, Frigyes Sándor
Maurice André Edition Volume 2 - Concertos 2
Maurice André (trumpet), with Raymond André (trumpets), with Pierre Pierlot (oboe) & Paul Hongne (bassoon), Jacques Chambon (oboes) & Paul Hongne, Amaury Wallez (bassoons), with Reinhold Barchet (violin), Pierre Pierlot (oboe) & Kurt Redel (flute), with Marcel Lagorce (trumpet), Jean-Pierre...
Maurice André Edition Volume 1 - Concertos 1
Maurice André (trumpet), with Guy Touvron, Lionel André (trumpets), Daniel Arrignon, Jean-Philippe Chavana (oboes) & Joël Pontet (harpsichord), with Gérard Jarry (violin), Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute) & Pierre Pierlot (oboe), with Pierre Pierlot (oboe), with János Rolla (violin), Jacques Chambon...
A popular and recent addition to the piccolo trumpet repertoire, the origins of this work date to the early eighteenth century, when Vivaldi composed the Concerto in D Major for violin and string accompaniment. First published in L’estro Armonico in 1711, Bach’s intabulation of this concerto for harpsichord (BWV 972) was completed two years later, during his tenure as organist. 1.3.1 For 2 Trumpets and Strings (Synthesizer) 1.3.2 For 2 Trumpets and Strings (Rondeau) 1.3.3 For 2 Trumpets, 2 Trombones, Timpani and Organ (Rondeau) 2 Sheet Music. 2.1 Full Scores; 2.2 Parts; 2.3 Arrangements and Transcriptions. 2.3.1 For 2 Trumpets, 2 Trombones, Timpani and Organ (Rondeau) 2.3.2 For Horn, Trumpet and Euphonium. Vivaldi, Antonio Spring from 'The Four Seasons' Sheet music for Trumpet - 8notes.com.by
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A trumpet concerto is a concerto for solo trumpet and instrumental ensemble, customarily the orchestra.Such works have been written from the Baroque period, when the solo concerto form was first developed, up through the present day. Some major composers have contributed to the trumpet concerto repertoire, with the best known work being Joseph Haydn's Trumpet Concerto in E-flat. Indeed the only really well-known piece is the Vivaldi double trumpet concerto. A truly joyous, sonorous sound.