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 Chamber Music Orchestral
Suite for trumpet & strings in D major 1700 Concerto
Trumpet Tune in D major (from the semi-opera "The Island Princess") Chamber Music Keyboard
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Hymn "The Head That Once Was Crowned with Thorns" Choral
Trumpet Voluntary Suite (Suite de Clairque) Concerto
Blest Be These Sweet Regions Choral
Immortal love for ever full Choral
Jesus, Lord, we look to Thee (Tune: Turnbridge) Choral
The King's March Chamber Music
Come, Come Along for a Dance and A Song, ode Vocal Music
The Island Princess, semi-opera 1699 Opera
Glory of the Arcadian groves Chamber Music
In her brave offspring Chamber Music
King William's March Chamber Music
Trumpet Tune for keyboard Keyboard
Titus Andronicus, incidental music suite (incomplete) 1696 Show/Musical
Duke of Gloucester's March Chamber Music
Sonata for trumpet, strings and continua No.2 in D major Chamber Music
Evening Hymn Choral Vocal Music
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