Concerto In F Minor For Trumpet, Strings, And Continuo - Maurice André - Trumpet Concertos (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Great Trumpet Concertos - Maurice André on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Great Trumpet Concertos - Maurice André on AllMusic - Concerto in F major for trumpet, strings and continuo: Suite in B minor for.
  2. La Trompette D'or / Maurice André by Bach, Johann Sebastian, Albinoni, Tomaso on ArkivCD. Order from your preferred classical music CD store - .
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  4. Find release reviews and credits for Great Trumpet Concertos - Maurice André on AllMusic - Concerto in F major for trumpet, strings and continuo: 4 Suite in B minor for trumpet, strings and continuo:
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Trumpet Concertos - Maurice André on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Trumpet Concertos - Maurice André on AllMusic - Trumpet Concerto for trumpet, strings & continuo in D major, TWV D7 cello & continuo No. 2.
  6. A raucous Concerto Grosso for four choirs of trumpets, flute, oboe and bassoon by Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel is a rare and thrilling affair, as is the more familiar, but equally rousing, Telemann Concerto in D major for three trumpets, two oboes, strings and continuo/5(8).
  7. 14 rows · Concerto In F Minor For Trumpet, Strings, And Continuo – Telemann* Allegro – /5(8).
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Maurice Andre Plays Trumpet Concertos - Maurice André on AllMusic.
  9. Overall, a fine collection. The only disappointment is the Concert Sonata in D Major, performed by Maurice Andre' with the Vienna Soloists. I first heard it performed in by Adolf Scherbaum and the Hamburg Baroque Ensemble on a Deutsche Grammaphon LP titled "Baroque Music for Trumpet Virtuoso"/5(7).

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