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Title Price GBP  Media  Condition  Label 
The Baroque Trumpet 9.03  LP  VG++/M-  Nonesuch H-71002
Item Number: 156356

ex/nm, with nonsuch booklet and inner


    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    



Tracklist
 
A1The Deer Hunt - Overture: Le Réveil2:35
A2Concerto In D Major For Two Trumpets - 1st Movement: Allegro1:48
A3Voluntary In C Major5:39
A4Sonata For Two Trumpets1:22
A5Concerto Grosso - Vivace3:20
A6Serenade3:20
A7Fanfare0:44
A8Springtime Journal - Suite No.1: Rigaudon0:56
B1Concerto For Trumpet And Orchestra In E-Flat Major4:35
B2Symphonies For The King's Bed Chamber - Marche Gay1:12
B3Fanfares For The Royal Tournament1:48
B4Concerto - 4th Movement: Vivace2:43
B5Symphonies And Fanfares For The King's Supper - 7th Movement: Air En Écho0:56
B6Concerto - 2nd Movement: Allegro2:42
B7Concert De Symphonies, Suite No. 2 - 6th Movement: Fanfare2:25
B8Soldier's Air1:24

Note: Tracklist supplied by a 3rd party and matched by label ID. May differ from item being sold.
Release Country: US
Release Date: 1964

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