Recordings

After Baroque: Music for The Natural Trumpet

After Baroque CD Cover Image While the majority of the music written for natural trumpet is from the time of J.S. Bach, we have discovered a body of repertoire written after the baroque, that until now, has remained largely unexplored. While striving to remain historically responsible, our Consort is also pushing the boundaries of the natural trumpet repertoire and has commissioned a new work from Boston area composer Marti Epstein. We are excited to announce our new recording of this inspired music, including works by Wagner, W.A. Mozart, C.P.E. Bach, Dvorák, and Britten.

We are happy to offer multiple ways to purchase the CD. You can buy online directly through our record label Origin Classical, amazon.com, iTunes, or many other retailers. If you are a baroque trumpet enthusiast, head over to The Baroque Trumpet Shop and pick up the CD while you check out the great instruments and other items.

To hear samples of some of the music on the CD, visit our Listen page.

Music included on the CD
L. Mozart    S.R. Neukomm1
Fanfare    Three Fanfares
C.P.E. Bach    R. Wagner1
March for the Ark    Fanfare No. 2
W.A. Mozart    F. Dauverné
Divertimento for Two Flutes, Five Trumpets & Timpani, K.188    Quartet No. 6 for Four Natural Trumpets
J.L. Ott    A. Dvorák1
Three Fanfares for Two Brass Choirs & Timpani    Fanfare
M. Gebauer    R. Wagner1
Premier Suite of Fanfares    Fanfare No. 3
A. Diabelli    M. Epstein
Heroic Music for Six Trumpets & Timpani    Two Canons for Seven Trumpets
J. Starzer    B. Britten2
Divertimento for Two Flutes, Five Trumpets & Timpani    Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury
R. Wagner1     
Fanfare No. 1     

1 Editions for Dvorák, Neukomm, and Wagner works by Wolfgang G. Haas - Musikverlag Köln.
2 Britten edition by Boosey and Hawkes.