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Trumpet Concertos - M. Haydn, Molter, L. Mozart, Telemann, Torelli

Trumpet Concertos / Various
Release Date: 06/28/2011 
Label:  Brilliant Classics   Catalog #: 94094   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Georg Philipp TelemannJohann Melchior MolterGiuseppe TorelliMichael Haydn,   ... 
Performer:  Otto SauterFranz WagnermeyerKenji TamiyaThomas Hammes
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber OrchestraMannheim Chamber OrchestraCapella Istropolitana,   ... 
Number of Discs: 10 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

There are many good things to be said about Brilliant in general and this release in particular. Firstly, there is music by composers who have generally been badly served by other labels - Johann Molter, for example, who here gets a whole disc to himself, or the composers on CD 9 and 10 - Reutter father and son, T?ma, Fux, Querfurth and others.

Secondly, the standard of musicianship is high. Glamorous 'stars' rarely feature on Brilliant's discs, except sometimes on re-released licensed catalogue, but groups like the Capella Istropolitana - who some may recognise from Naxos's early days - or instrumentalists like trumpet player Otto Sauer still put in many creditable performances to bring shrouded or obscure gems to public
Read more attention. And they are obviously working hard in the studio while the big names are swanning off on global tours. Nicol Matt tirelessly conducts all the music in this set. CDs 7-10 were recorded over a period of only six days in 2006.

Thirdly, sound quality is generally very good. In fact, with the exception of the Molter disc - see below - the recordings are excellent.

Nearly all the composers featured in this set were dead by the time the keyed trumpet was invented just before the turn of the 19th century. All were long dead by the time the valved instrument was invented. In other words, these works were all written for Baroque trumpet - in many cases involving clarino-style playing.

The first four discs cover Telemann's complete instrumental music for trumpet - 7 Concerti, 2 Ouvertures, a Suite, a Sonata, the so-called Hamburger Trauermusik and one of the Musiques de Table. All of this has been recorded before, often many times. Suffice to say here that these are competent performances very well captured. Though clearly inspired by Vivaldi, Telemann's genius is as self-evident in his concerto writing as in his vocal music. Contrapuntal elegance, harmonic richness, melodic inventiveness, structural innovation and irrepressible danceability are all on display. These characteristics of Telemann's instrumental music make a mockery of the still popular notion that Telemann wrote too much too fast to be considered a genius. On the contrary, these works - surely some of the finest ever written for Baroque trumpet - underline the fact that Telemann's genius is in virtually everything he wrote. This box is worth the asking price for his works alone - almost, in fact, for CD 4 alone, which contains the two magnificent double-trumpet Ouvertures and the Concerto in E flat from the third Musique de Table.

Disc 5 is devoted to the trumpet concertos of Johann Molter, who was fourteen years Telemann's junior. According to the New Grove Dictionary, Molter wrote five concerti for 2 trumpets and 3 for solo trumpet. This disc then turns to Molter's complete trumpet concerti. The fourth Trumpet Concerto has a different catalogue prefix from the others, MWV VI, instead of IV; New Grove information on Molter's corpus is scant, but it appears that the designation 'IV' is reserved for trumpet concerti, and 'VI' for all other concerti. New Grove lists a single Horn Concerto in D - this could well be the extra 'Trumpet' Concerto, included simply because it may well often have been performed by a trumpeter.

All nine works featured here are in D major, very short - 5 to 10 minutes in length - and in three fast-slow-fast movements. There is therefore a degree of sameness about them, but it would be quite wrong to presume from that that Molter was unimaginative. The concerti all appear to date from a similar period, in which Molter was clearly moving towards the new galant style. Editing joins are occasionally audible on this disc, which, though recorded in Bratislava like CDs 7-10, precedes those by a year.

Disc 6 is reserved for trumpet works of Giuseppe Torelli. These are variously titled 'concerto', 'sinfonia' and 'sonata', but all are essentially chamber miniatures, in three to five movements, with considerable variation on the fast-slow-fast theme. Even so, no work lasts more than five minutes in total! Fortunately, these are listed with their G (Giegling catalogue) number, apart from the first Concerto, which is the one published in a collection by Estienne Roger, attributed to Torelli. G.1 to G.10 are included, even though Torelli's trumpet works for similar forces continue right up to G.32 - there is no obvious reason why Brilliant left off with more than half an hour of space still on the disc. Torelli's music is, however, particularly enthusiastically and ably performed by the European Chamber Soloists, with excellent sound quality. Even within the confines of such small sections, the considerable invention and variety of this music makes it obvious why Torelli ranks as one of the great early composers not only for the trumpet, but also for strings. Thomas Hammes is soloist here, with Peter Leiner briefly appearing as second trumpet in the Concerto.

CD 7 opens with works by two composers with more famous relations. First come a 'Concertino' and a Concerto, both in two movements, by Michael Haydn. Both works are quite breathtaking: not only are they beautifully crafted, but truly stratospheric trumpet technique is required in both. In the Concerto in C the trumpet plays higher than the pair of flutes, which themselves must play uncommonly low, giving the work an almost surreal feel. In the Concertino in D, in fact two movements extracted from a Divertimento, the trumpet actually reaches the impossibly high A above high C - and to do this on a natural trumpet, which Otto Sauter does, is an almost superhuman feat - and a real rarity on disc.

By contrast, Leopold Mozart's Concerto in D for clarino trumpet and two horns is a more sober, ironically more classical, affair. Again in two movements, the concerto provides plenty of detail, interest and melody whilst staying within respectable limits. It has been recorded several times and is probably Mozart senior's most popular work. Unfortunately, Brilliant do not credit the horn players.

The main composer on CD 7 is Karl Heinrich Biber von Bibern, who was one of four of eleven of the famous Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber's children who survived into adulthood. All four inherited some of their father's musical talent, but Karl was evidently the most gifted. According to New Grove, Biber junior wrote exclusively church music, including a set of sonatas, from which these five colourful, creative works, plus the one on CD 8, are presumably drawn.

Disc 8 features Biber senior himself. The opening Sonata in C by his son Karl properly belongs with his other five sonatas on CD 7 - its separation from those seems almost wilful. The first of Biber's works is a Balletti a 6, which is a suite of dances not for trumpet(s), but rather one with trumpets in some movements for colour and texture! Then there are six trumpet sonatas, five of which are drawn from the set of twelve Biber published in Salzburg in 1676 as his sacred/secular Sonatae Tam Aris, Quam Aulis Servientes, for five to eight instruments, probably inspired by Johann Schmelzer's Sacro-Profanus Concentus Musicus (see CD 10 below). For no obvious reason, the sleeve lists the key only of the first Sonata - IV, VII and XII are also in C, X is in G minor - and omits the instrumentation details of Sonata VII - IV and X are scored for single trumpet, the remaining three for two trumpets. These are virtuosic works, not just for the trumpeter - who has the unenviable task in Sonata X of playing tricky music in the very awkward key, for a natural trumpet, of G minor - but also for the strings (violins, violas and violoni - the latter replaced on this disc by cellos). These instruments, though not tuned scordatura, as those familiar with Biber might expect, often have elaborate music consistently near the top of their ranges.

Most of the music on CD 9 is by Austrian composer Johann Fux, better known for his 1725 treatise on counterpoint, Gradus ad Parnassum, one of the most important theoretical works in the history of music. Fux also wrote an enormous amount of music, which is only very slowly being recorded. In these works by Fux the trumpets form merely part of the tutti - there is little or no solo writing. Pulcheria was one of his early operas, and the Overture, in keeping with the era, has a prominent role for trumpet. The Parthia in C is Tafelmusik by another name, an elegant suite of dances in the style of Handel or Telemann, taken from Fux's Concentus Musico-Instrumentalis, which was published in 1701. The Serenada was written for the same forces minus the timpani. It is also in C, is also a graceful suite of dances, and is also from the Concentus.

Little is known about Franz Querfurth - unusually for an 18th century composer, not even his date of birth or death - but his accomplished, amazingly virtuosic clarino Concerto in E flat has been recorded on at least one occasion - by Robert Civiletti in 2007 on Buccina Cantorum Recordia, a disc which also contains the two concerti on CD 10 by Reutter II and the 'Concertino' in D by Michael Haydn. Soloist breathing noises intrude into this particular recording for no obvious reason. Another composer more renowned for his theoretical writings, not to mention the fact that he taught composition to a certain Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Albrechtsberger, rounds off the disc with an interesting four-movement Trumpet Concertino in E flat. Part of the interest lies in the fact that Albrechtsberger did not write a trumpet concerto! However, he did write two jew's harp concertos and two concertinos, quite possibly the first composer in history to do so, and the Naxos biography of Albrechtsberger notes that these have "occasionally made their way into the modern trumpet repertoire". One of them is in E flat, the key of this 'trumpet' concertino; this is, therefore, presumably a transcription - liner or sleeve notes could have made this clear.

Disc 10 is mainly devoted to the Viennese father and son composers, the Reutters - both minor nobles, although only the son used his title. Reutter I was mainly known for his organ music and playing, and not even New Grove provides a list of works, though it does state that some may have been falsely attributed to his son. For Reutter II New Grove lists two clarino concertos and a Servizio da Tavola ('Table Music'). The CD sleeve does not label the concertos 'clarino', but any doubt is quickly dispelled once the music is under way. These are appealing works, somewhat in the style of Molter. The second, longer concerto is particularly striking. The Servizio is not surprisingly reminiscent of Telemann, albeit at a more moderate level of genius.

The last two works on this disc are a clarino Sonata a 5 by Austrian composer Johann Schmelzer, and a Sonata for 4 trumpets (not listed in New Grove) by Johann Fux's pupil František T?ma, a Czech composer whose sacred works were known to Mozart and Haydn. Despite his dates, T?ma was a conservative who kept to the styles of late Baroque, but as five-minute works go, this is rather enjoyable. Schmelzer was a generation older than Reutter I; his Sonata a 5 presumably comes from his influential set of 13 sonatas for various chamber combinations, the Sacro-Profanus Concentus Musicus, published in 1662. It is a jaunty piece in one movement, with imaginatively written high and low strings - and no sign of the bassoon listed on the sleeve. The numbering on CD 10 goes awry, as there is no track 10. This does not affect the music - all sections are present - but anyone wanting to listen to Schmelzer's Sonata a 5, for example, will get the first movement of T?ma's Sonata for 4 trumpets if they select the track number indicated by the sleeve.

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Works on This Recording

1.
Concerto for Trumpet in D major, TV 51 no D 7 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra,  Mannheim Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1708-1714; Eisenach, Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 6 Minutes 47 Secs. 
2.
Tafelmusik, Part 2: no 6, Conclusion for Oboe, Trumpet and Strings in D major, TV 50 no 9 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Mannheim Chamber Orchestra,  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1733; Hamburg, Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 6 Minutes 49 Secs. 
3.
Overture-Suite for 2 Trumpets, Strings and Basso continuo in D major, TV 55 no D 17 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Mannheim Chamber Orchestra,  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: 17th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 18 Minutes 34 Secs. 
4.
Suite for 2 Trumpets, Timpani, Strings and Basso Continuo in D major, TV 55 no D 18 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Mannheim Chamber Orchestra,  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 18 Minutes 45 Secs. 
5.
Concerto for Violin, Cello, Trumpet and Strings in D major, TV 53 no D 5 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 13 Minutes 3 Secs. 
6.
Suite for Trumpet, Strings and Basso Continuo in D major, TV 55 no 8 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 22 Minutes 41 Secs. 
7.
Sinfonia for Trumpet, Strings and Basso Continuo in D major, TV 44 no 1 "Spirituosa" by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 10 Minutes 54 Secs. 
8.
Concerto for 2 Oboes, Trumpet, Strings and Basso continuo in D major, TV 53 no D 2 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 9 Minutes 28 Secs. 
9.
Overture-Suite in D major, TV 55 no D 1 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 32 Minutes 39 Secs. 
10.
Quartet for Trumpet, 2 Oboes and Basso Continuo in D major, TV 43 no D 7 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 12 Minutes 32 Secs. 
11.
Hamburger Trauermusik , TV 50 no A 5 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Kenji Tamiya (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 9 Minutes 50 Secs. 
12.
Concerto for 3 Trumpets, 2 Oboes, Timpani and Strings in D major, TV 54 no D 4 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Kenji Tamiya (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet), Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 7 Minutes 48 Secs. 
13.
Concerto for 2 Trumpets, 2 Violins, Strings and Basso continuo in E flat major, TV 54 no Es 1 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 14 Minutes 43 Secs. 
14.
Overture-Suite for 2 Trumpets, Strings and Basso continuo in D major, TV 55 no D 17 by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: 17th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 18 Minutes 34 Secs. 
15.
Tafelmusik, Part 2: no 1, Overture for Trumpet, Oboe and Strings in D major by Georg Philipp Telemann
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Kurpfälzisches Chamber Orchestra
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1733; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2004 
Venue:  Mannheim, Germany 
Length: 6 Minutes 49 Secs. 
16.
Concerto for Trumpet no 1 in D major, MWV 4 no 12 by Johann Melchior Molter
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Piccolo Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2005 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Slovak Republic 
Length: 9 Minutes 37 Secs. 
17.
Concerto for Trumpet no 2 in D major, MWV 4 no 13/MS 333 by Johann Melchior Molter
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Piccolo Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2005 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Slovak Republic 
Length: 11 Minutes 21 Secs. 
18.
Concerto for Trumpet no 3 in D major, MWV 4 no 14 by Johann Melchior Molter
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Piccolo Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2005 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Slovak Republic 
Length: 9 Minutes 59 Secs. 
19.
Concerto for Hunting Horn in D major, MWV 6 no 35 by Johann Melchior Molter
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Piccolo Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2005 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Slovak Republic 
Length: 9 Minutes 3 Secs. 
20.
Concerto for 2 Trumpets in D major, MWV 4 no 7 by Johann Melchior Molter
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Piccolo Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2005 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Slovak Republic 
Length: 6 Minutes 1 Secs. 
21.
Concerto for 2 Trumpets in D major, MWV 4 no 8 by Johann Melchior Molter
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Piccolo Trumpet), Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2005 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Slovak Republic 
Length: 6 Minutes 14 Secs. 
22.
Concerto for 2 Trumpets in D major, MWV 4 no 9 by Johann Melchior Molter
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Piccolo Trumpet), Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2005 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Slovak Republic 
Length: 6 Minutes 14 Secs. 
23.
Concerto for 2 Trumpets in D major, MWV 4 no 10 by Johann Melchior Molter
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Piccolo Trumpet), Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2005 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Slovak Republic 
Length: 6 Minutes 31 Secs. 
24.
Concerto for 2 Trumpets in D major, MWV 4 no 11 by Johann Melchior Molter
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Piccolo Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century; Germany 
Date of Recording: 2005 
Venue:  Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, Slovak Republic 
Length: 7 Minutes 1 Secs. 
25.
Suonata con stromenti e tromba in D major, G 1 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1690; Italy 
26.
Sonata à 5 con tromba in D major, G 7 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
27.
Sonata à 5 con tromba in D major, G 6 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
28.
Sonata à 5 con tromba in D major, G 5 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
29.
Sonata à 5 con tromba in D major, G 3 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
30.
Sinfonia con tromba in D major, G 8 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
31.
Sinfonia con tromba in D major, G 2 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
32.
Sinfonia con tromba in D major, G 10 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
33.
Sinfonia à 4 con tromba e violini unissoni, G 4 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1693; Italy 
34.
Concerto for Trumpet in D major "Etienne Roger" by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
Written: Italy 
35.
Sinfonia con tromba in D major, G 9 by Giuseppe Torelli
Performer:  Thomas Hammes (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  European Chamber Soloists
Period: Baroque 
36.
Concertino for Trumpet by Michael Haydn
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Length: 7 Minutes 35 Secs. 
37.
Concerto for Trumpet in C major, MH 60 (P 34) by Michael Haydn
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Written: by 1763; Austria 
Length: 9 Minutes 23 Secs. 
38.
Concerto for Alto Trombone in D major by Leopold Mozart
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
39.
Sonata for Trumpet and Strings in C major by Carl Heinrich Biber
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1744; Bohemia 
Length: 2 Minutes 51 Secs. 
40.
Sonata for Trumpet and Strings in D major by Carl Heinrich Biber
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1729; Bohemia 
Length: 2 Minutes 12 Secs. 
41.
Sonata for Trumpet and Strings no 2 in C major by Carl Heinrich Biber
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
42.
Sonata for 4 Trumpets, Strings, Basso Continuo and Timpani by Carl Heinrich Biber
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Length: 5 Minutes 10 Secs. 
43.
Sonata for Trumpet, Violin and Chamber Orchestra "Sonata Paschalis" by Carl Heinrich Biber
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1729; Bohemia 
Length: 3 Minutes 43 Secs. 
44.
Sonata for Clarino, 4 Trumpets, 3 Violins, Basso Continuo and Timpani by Carl Heinrich Biber
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Length: 4 Minutes 21 Secs. 
45.
Balletti a 6 in C major by Heinrich Ignaz Biber
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: circa 1690; Bohemia 
Length: 12 Minutes 26 Secs. 
46.
Sonata à 6 for Trumpet, Strings, Basso Continuo in C major by Heinrich Ignaz Biber
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Length: 5 Minutes 54 Secs. 
47.
Sonatae tam aris, quam aulis servientes: no 1 in D major by Heinrich Ignaz Biber
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1676; Salzburg, Austria 
Length: 4 Minutes 50 Secs. 
48.
Sonatae tam aris, quam aulis servientes: no 4 in C major by Heinrich Ignaz Biber
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1676; Salzburg, Austria 
Length: 4 Minutes 58 Secs. 
49.
Sonatae tam aris, quam aulis servientes: no 7 in C major by Heinrich Ignaz Biber
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1676; Salzburg, Austria 
Length: 7 Minutes 17 Secs. 
50.
Sonatae tam aris, quam aulis servientes: no 10 in G minor by Heinrich Ignaz Biber
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1676; Salzburg, Austria 
Length: 6 Minutes 19 Secs. 
51.
Sonatae tam aris, quam aulis servientes: no 12 by Heinrich Ignaz Biber
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet), Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: by 1676; Salzburg, Austria 
Length: 4 Minutes 46 Secs. 
52.
Pulcheria: Overture by Johann Joseph Fux
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 6 Minutes 56 Secs. 
53.
Parthia in C major for 2 Trumpets, 2 Oboes, Bassoon, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Violon and Timpani by Johann Joseph Fux
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 11 Minutes 28 Secs. 
54.
Serenada in C major, K 352 by Johann Joseph Fux
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 14 Minutes 28 Secs. 
55.
Concerto for Trumpet in E flat major by Franz Querfurth
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 18th Century 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 11 Minutes 23 Secs. 
56.
Concerto for Trumpet in E flat major by Johann Georg Albrechtsberger
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Classical 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 12 Minutes 38 Secs. 
57.
Concerto for Trumpet no 1 in C major by Georg Reutter
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 5 Minutes 53 Secs. 
58.
Concerto for Trumpet no 2 in D major by Georg Reutter
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 10 Minutes 49 Secs. 
59.
Overture a 6 in C major for 2 Trumpets, 2 Oboes, 2 Violins, 2 Violas and Violon by Georg Reutter
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 14 Minutes 37 Secs. 
60.
Servizio di Tavola no 2 in C major by Georg Reutter
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 1775 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 11 Minutes 56 Secs. 
61.
Sonata a 5 in C major by Johann Heinrich Schmelzer
Performer:  Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Written: 17th Century; Austria 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 7 Minutes 22 Secs. 
62.
Sonata for 4 Trumpets, 2 Violins, Timpani and Basso Continuo by Franz Ignaz Anton Tuma
Performer:  Franz Wagnermeyer (Trumpet), Otto Sauter (Trumpet)
Conductor:  Nicol Matt
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Capella Istropolitana
Period: Baroque 
Venue:  Moyzes Saal, Bratislava, Slovakia 
Length: 5 Minutes 33 Secs. 

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