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Filtered by:. Previous template Next. After some reading today, I'm now confused as to who actually composed these trumpet tunes! Of the three main trumpet and tuba tunes, we all know that Tuba Tune is by C. My sheet music attributes it to Purcell, as do most recordings on the internet. Under the 'Biography' section, the 2nd paragraph mentions the mis-attribution with Trumpet Voluntary Prince of Denmark's March , so the last paragraph is definitely talking about Trumpet Tune.

Looking at their references, it seems to be two music books. This page explains how easily pieces can get mis-attributed already, so is it possible that Trumpet Tune has been incorrectly attributed to Jeremiah Clarke by one or two people? It's funny how desperate for an answer one feels when something which they assumed was concrete knowledge all along is now so uncertain! Tags: None. Originally posted by JonathanP View Post. Comment Post Cancel. Well that's very interesting, I'd never seen this piece credited to Clarke before tonight!

He certainly could write some brilliant voluntaries.

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It'd be good to hear a trumpet tune that actually is by Purcell! I look forward to seeing what this music is that's in your car.

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I knew I forgot another very popular one, that was it. I haven't got around to picking that one up yet, but it won't be long now I'm sure.

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I never knew that Purcell's "Trumpet Tune in D" wasn't by him. At first I thought that the Wikipedia article was a hoax, just copied by everyone else, but I suppose it must be correct. There's even a recording on Clarke's The Island Princess from which it supposedly comes.

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Originally posted by myorgan View Post. Semi-operas were popular and developed in England between and and were performed with singing, speaking and dancing roles. Along with Henry Purcell it is pretty certain that both Jeremiah Clarke and Daniel Purcell Henry Purcell's younger brother or cousin also contributed to this production, leading to the confusion. These brassy reed pipes were used for joyful, rhythmic tunes. This piece has become a standard at weddings, and it is usually played right before the beginning of the ceremony and has even been used in several Royal weddings.

Henry Purcell Henry Purcell is generally considered to be one of the greatest English composers.


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He incorporated Italian and French stylistic elements into his compositions, written during the Baroque period. Henry Purcell's family lived just a few hundred yards west of Westminster Abbey. Purcell is said to have been composing at nine years old.

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Purcell died in at his home in Dean's Yard, Westminster, at the height of his career. He is believed to have been 35 or 36 years old at the time. The cause of his death is unclear: one theory is that he caught a chill after returning home late from the theatre one night; another is that he died of tuberculosis.

Purcell is buried adjacent to the organ in Westminster Abbey. The music that he had earlier composed for Queen Mary's funeral was performed during his funeral. JavaScript seem to be disabled in your browser.