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An arrangement of Charpentier’s Trumpet Prelude from the Te Deum of 1690, set for solo Trumpet and Organ in C, in a great key to suit semi pro players and students, not yet ready for the demands on the embouchure of the professional versions which lie in a higher tessitura.
Parts in a variety of transpositions are available on request: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marc-Antoine Charpentier composed six Te Deums, although only four of them have survived. Largely because of the great popularity of its prelude, the best known is the Te Deum in D major, H. 146, written as a grand motet for soloists, choir, and instrumental accompaniment probably between 1688 and 1698, during Charpentier's stay at the Jesuit Church of Saint-Louis in Paris, where he held the position of musical director.
It is thought that the composition was performed to mark the victory celebrations and the Battle of Steinkirk in August, 1692.
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