First page of the manuscript of the Hummel concerto The word “Concerto” in the title and the orchestral parts were written with ink no. 1, the words “a Tromba. Print and download in PDF or MIDI Hummel Trumpet Concerto III. 3rd Movement of the Hummel Trumpet Concerto. Concerto a tromba principale | UE score. for trumpet and orchestra. € Product available. Add to cart. Web Cover. Johann Nepomuk Hummel.

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There are places, primarily in the second movement, where Weidinger is believed to have changed the music because of the execution of the instrument. It is unknown whether this was in agreement with Hummel. Originally this piece was written in E major. The work is composed in three movements typical of a concerto and they are marked as follows:. The work is scored for trumpet solo, flute2 oboes2 clarinets2 hornstimpani and strings.

Duration is 17 minutes approximately.

Form The work is composed in three movements typical of a concerto and they are marked as follows: Allegro con spirito II. Rondo Instrumentation The work is scored for trumpet solo, flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarin A trumpet concerto is a concerto for solo concergo 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. Concero a three-movement work, the modern-day trumpet concerto has occasionally been structured in four or more movements.

In some trumpet concertos, especially from the Baroque and modern eras, the trumpet is accompanied by a chamber ensemble rather than an orchestra. Selected list of Trumpet Concertos The following concertos are presently found near the centre of the mainstream Western repertoire for the trumpet. Joseph Haydn’s Concerto per il Clarino Hob.: Joseph Haydn was 64 years of age.

A favorite of the trumpet repertoire, it has been cited as “possibly Haydn’s most popular concerto”. Before this, the trumpet was valveless and could only play a limited range of harmonic notes by altering the vibration of the lips; also called by the name of “natural trumpet”.

Most hummfl these harmonic notes were clustered in the higher registers, so previous trumpet concertos could only play melodically with the high register e. Haydn’s concerto includes melodies in the middle and lower register, exploiting the capabilities of the new instrument.

There were attempts all over Europe around the mid-classical era to expand the range of the trumpet using valves, but W His music reflects the transition from the Classical to the Trombw musical era.

The couple married just four months beforehand. At the age of eight, he was offered music lessons by Mozart, who was impressed with his ability. Hummel was taught and housed by Mozart for two years free of charge and made his first concert appearance at the age of nine at one of Mozart’s concerts. The keyed trumpet is a brass instrument that makes use of keyed openings in its bore rather than extensions of the length of the bore as the means of playing ttomba the notes of the chromatic scale.


The heyday of the keyed trumpet was around the turn of the nineteenth century; its popularity waned with the emergence of the valved trumpet in the early nineteenth century and it is rarely seen in modern performances.

Prior to the invention of the keyed trumpet, the prominent trumpet of the time was the natural trumpet. The keyed trumpet has holes in the wall of the tube that are closed by keys. These harmonic notes were tdomba in the high registers, so previous trumpet concertos Frederick the Great playing a flute concerto in Sanssouci, with C. Bach at the piano and Johann Joachim Quantz leaning on the wall to the right; by Adolph Menzel, A concerto ; plural concertos, or concerti from the Italian plural is a musical composition generally composed of three movements, in which, usually, one solo instrument for instance, a piano, violin, cello or flute is accompanied by an orchestra or concert band.

It is accepted that its characteristics and definition have changed over time.

Trumpet Concerto in E major, S.49 (Hummel, Johann Nepomuk)

In the 17th century, sacred works for voices and orchestra were typically called concertos, as reflected by J. The idea is that the two parts in a concerto—the soloist and the orchestra It was written while the composer was in Vienna in and is scored for piano, flute, two oboes, 2 clarinets in A, 2 bassoons, 4 horns in D, G, and B, 2 trumpets in B, timpani, and strings.

Notable is the sparsely scored second movement nocturne, accompanied by only the horns, cellos, and basses. Movements The work is composed in concedto three movement form.

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Larghetto in G major III. Vivace Notes Mikio Tao, It was written in and is scored for piano, flute, two oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, timpani, and strings.

There is a solo transition in the concerho movement leading into the Rondo without pause. Larghetto in Huummel major III. Allegro moderato Influence Although Hummel’s music, seen as essentially Mozartian in style, had fallen out of fashion by the s, A modern Bb Trumpet Bach Stradivarius model The trumpet repertoire consists of solo literature and orchestral or, more commonly, band parts written for the trmba. Tracings its origins to BC, the trumpet is a musical instrument with the highest register hkmmel the brass family.

Among the repertoire for the trumpet are the following works: Anton Weidinger June 9, in Vienna — September 20, in Vienna was an Austrian trumpet virtuoso in the classical era, and a “k. It remained fashionable well into the 19th century when it was superseded by the valve trumpet. The first performance took place in Vienna at the Old Burgtheater now demolished on 22 March History The natural trumpet was used as a military instrument tromab facilitate communication e.

Even before the late Baroque period the natural trumpet had been accepted into Western Art Music. There is evidence, for example, of extensive use of trumpet ensembles in Venetian ceremonial music of the 16th century.

Although neither Andrea nor Giovanni Gabrieli wrote music specifically for the trumpet, they would have been very familiar with its technical possibilities. Later, talented tromha such as the early baroque composer Girolamo Fantini demonstrated that by playing in the extreme upper register and “lipping” the notes of the 11th and 13th harmonics that concerrto, flattening or sharpening those impure harmonics into tune with the embouchureit was possible to play diatonic major and minor scales and, h Alison Louise Balsom OBE, born in Hertfordshire, England[1] on 7 Octoberis an English trumpet soloist, arranger, producer, music educator, curator and spokesperson for the importance of music trombba.


Balsom studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she graduated with first clas Leopold Mozart’s Trumpet Concerto in D major was completed inand is now “popular with trumpeters. Largo[2] Allegro moderato Besides the solo trumpet in D, the concerto is scored for two horns conceerto D and strings.

In fact, in regards to range, the concerto is “cautious. It can also be found on several CDs with trumpet concertos by other composers, such as: The Piano Concerto No. The first performance took place at the Mehlgrube Casino in Vienna on 11 Februarywith the composer as the soloist. Other works by the composer in that key include the Fantasia K. It is the first of two piano concertos cincerto in a minor key No. The young Ludwig van Beethoven admir Sergei Mikhailovich Nakariakov Russian: Trumpet Concerto 15’52” G.

Rhapsody in Blue 12’00” P. Variations on a Rococo Theme 18’40” J. Concerto in C major, Hob. Vllb-l, originally for cello 23’00” W.

Concerto in B flat major, Although two more concertos K. Though Mozart performed it on several occasions, it was not performed again in Vienna until after his death, and it only gained acceptance in the standard repertoire pee the later part of the twentieth century. Music Piano Concerto No. Wynton Learson Marsalis born October 18, is an American trumpeter, composer, teacher, and artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center.

He has promoted classical and jazz music, often to young audiences. Marsalis has been awarded nine Grammy Awards and his Blood on the Fields was the first jazz composition to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. He is the son of jazz musician Ellis Marsalis Jr.

Marsalis is the only musician to win a Grammy Award in jazz and classical during the same year. All three are jazz musicians. By opus numbers This list is sorted by opus number.

The Plough Boy in C major 2. Bluhe Liebes Veilhen in G major 3. La Belle Catherine in C hhummel Op. The Lass of Richmond Hill in G major 2. Jem of Aberdeen in G major Op. For Violin or Flute and Piano in G major 3.

A Rondo of Pleyel in C major 2. Not described as a trio by the composer, and not included in otherwise complete sets. Its key signature has four flats. The A-flat major scale is: The relative minor is F minor. Its parallel minor, A-flat minor, is usually replaced by G-sharp minor, since Peg minor, which would contain seven flats, is not normally used.

G-sharp major, its enharmonic, with eight sharps, including the F, has a similar problem, and so A-flat major is often used as the parallel major for G-sharp minor. The same enharmonic situation occurs with the keys of D-flat major and C-sharp minor. Since A-flat major was no