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According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Jeremiah Clarke was an English composer, pupil of Blow; organist, e.g. at St Paul's Cathedral, London. Disappointed in love, he shot himself. Composed church and stage music, choral setting of "Alexander's Feast" (Dryden) etc., and also harpsichord pieces amongst which occurs "The Prince of Denmark's March" which is widely known as "Trumpet Voluntary", sometimes with a misattribution to Henry Purcell.
|Jeremiah Clarke (1674-1707)|
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- [§] Trumpet Voluntary, Descant/Treble/Tenor/Bass
- [§] Two Easy Consorts, Descant/Treble/Tenor/Bass
Midi World Early Music midis for A. Cabezon and J. Clarke
[§] Thematic Catalog of the Works of Jeremiah Clarke by Thomas F. Taylor
[§] Trumpet Voluntary Organ & Brass by Jeremiah Clarke
Recorder Music CDs:
The Schwanewede Recorder Consort on "Recorder Memories: Schwanewede Recorder Consort"
American Recorder Orchestra of the West on "Music of the British Isles"
Brass Music CDs:
Canadian Brass on "The Wedding Albums" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Empire Brass on "Brass & Percussion Music for Organ" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)