Trumpet Voluntary in D
The Prince of Denmark's March
Composed by Jeremiah Clarke (attributed to Henry Purcell)
Arranged for Organ and Brass Quintet by Daniel Leavitt
- Trumpet 1 in Bb, tansposed parts for C, D, and A Piccolo
- Trumpet 2 in Bb, C, D, and A Piccolo
- Horn in F`
This arrangement features both the brass quintet and organ; perfectly suited for weddings. It is recommended that first trumpet use the piccolo trumpet in A to facilitate the "clarino" register used by composers of the Baroque period.
Cat. No. OB283
Who composed this piece?
Jeremiah Clarke (1673-1707was an English composer who held several prestigious posts as an organist and choirmaster. He is best known for a Trumpet Voluntary arranged for trumpet and organ by Henry Wood and attributed by Wood to Purcell. Clarke published it with the title "The Prince of Denmark's March" in a collection of harpsichord pieces in 1700; but Clarke also included it among some pieces for winds.
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