Neruda Jan Krtitel Jiri Concerto For Trumpet Tp32

Jan Krtitel Jiri Neruda

Concerto in Eb Major

for trumpet and string orchestra

Level: intermediate / advanced
Duration: 14'

I. Allegro I. Allegro

II. Largo II. Largo

III. Vivace III. Vivace

TP32a - Piano reduction (solo part included)
TP32b - Orchestra score
TP32c - Orchestra parts

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This Concerto in E flat for horn displays the breath-taking range from c’’ to g’’’. It has, then, more or less the same range as Joseph Haydn’s trumpet concerto. Therefore, Neruda’s concerto is eminently suited for performance as a trumpet concerto and has already been accepted as such into the repertoire.

Instrumentation + continuo
c. 1750
Edward H. Tarr, Joan Retzke
Editions Bim

Jan Krtitel Jiri Neruda (1708-1780)

Jan Kltitel Jili Neruda – his forenames mean John the Baptist George – received his education in Prague and for a time played the violin in a theater orchestra there, as did his elder brother by about two years, Jan Chrysostomus. (In 1726, his brother took Premonstrate orders, living until his death in 1763 in Strahov Abbey.)After a period which... Read more