Jeremiah Clarke

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Jeremiah Clarke was a popular composer and organist around the dawn of the eighteenth century, but his best-known piece was known for years as "Purcell's Trumpet Voluntary." The man whose music has been…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
The Prince of Denmark's March (Trumpet Voluntary) for brass, winds & percussion (or keyboard or trumpet & organ) in D major 1697 02:40 Chamber Music Orchestral
Suite for trumpet & strings in D major 1700 11:00 Concerto
Blest Be These Sweet Regions 04:32 Choral
King William's March 01:26 Chamber Music
Hymn "The Head That Once Was Crowned with Thorns" 02:35 Choral
Trumpet Tune in D major (from the semi-opera "The Island Princess") 02:00 Chamber Music Keyboard
In her brave offspring 01:54 Chamber Music
Trumpet Tune for keyboard 03:14 Keyboard
Glory of the Arcadian groves 02:11 Chamber Music
Come, Come Along for a Dance and A Song, ode 24:25 Vocal Music
Lord of all being, throned afar (on the tune Uffingham) 02:55 Choral
The King's March 01:15 Chamber Music
The saint who first found grace to pen (tune Brockham) 02:22 Choral
Sonata for trumpet, strings and continua No.2 in D major 05:02 Chamber Music
Prince Eugene's March 03:30 Chamber Music
Evening Hymn 02:21 Choral Vocal Music
Trumpet Voluntary Suite (Suite de Clairque) 06:44 Concerto
Immortal love for ever full 03:19 Choral
King's March 01:14 Chamber Music
Jesus, Lord, we look to Thee (Tune: Turnbridge) 02:00 Choral
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