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Franz Joseph Haydn: Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra E flat major: Trumpet And Accomp.

mit Stimmen für Trompete in Es und B/ with parts for trumpet in E flat and B flat

COMPOSER: Franz Joseph Haydn
PUBLISHER: G. Henle Verlag
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Work
At the end of the 18th century, the Viennese court trumpeter Anton Weidinger (1767 1852) invented the “Klappentrompete” [keyed trumpet], which allowed the trumpet to play the octave in chromatic (half-step) steps. Thus in 1796 Joseph Haydn composed his Trumpet Concerto in E-flat major Hob. Vlle:1,
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Composer Franz Joseph Haydn
Publisher G. Henle Verlag
Instrumentation Trumpet and Piano
Product Format Instrumental Work
Year of Publication 1998
Style Classical
ISMN 9790201804569
No. HN456
Number of pages 44
Series Henle Urtext Editions
Description
At the end of the 18th century, the Viennese court trumpeter Anton Weidinger (1767 1852) invented the “Klappentrompete” [keyed trumpet], which allowed the trumpet to play the octave in chromatic (half-step) steps. Thus in 1796 Joseph Haydn composed his Trumpet Concerto in E-flat major Hob. Vlle:1, which numbers today among the major standard works of its genre, especially for Weidinger. Contemporaries described the tone of the Klappentrompete as soft and delicate, and perhaps this is why Haydn placed more value on lyrical themes than on brilliance in this concerto. For performances today a B flat trumpet or even a flugelhorn may be a better choice than an E flat trumpet. Themusic text of our edition is based on that of the Haydn Complete Edition, which G. Henle also publishes.
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