Franz Joseph Haydn: Trumpet Concerto In E Flat Hob.VIIe/1 (Trumpet/Piano)
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Haydn wrote his trumpet concerto in 1796 for Anton Weidinger (1767-1852), the trumpeter in the court Orchestra in Vienna. Weidinger is considered to have been the finest exponent of this instrument and his experiments resulted in the creation of a fully chromatic Trumpet.
For Trumpet in E Flat with Piano accompaniment, as arranged and edited by Bram Wiggins. Also includes a part for Trumpet in B Flat. Song List