A member of the Akron Symphony Orchestra, of Akron, Ohio, Hunt won the second trumpet position under Louis Lane c. 1961, and was a member of the Akron Symphony Brass Quintet,
the Akron Civic Orchestra, and the Akron Goodyear Theater - positions he held until 1967, when he moved to the Washington D.C.
area.In 1977 - Hunt began an almost weekly, Trumpet-in-Residency, at the Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes Episcopal Church
at 12th and Massachussetts Ave. NW, in Washington, D.C. Under Father Frederic Mizell's Rectorship, an annual Bach Festival
was begun, a professional choir maintained, and an orchestra was employed for the High, Holy Days. Many of these
live performances were recorded and may be heard at Saint Agnes classical Archives from this website.
Cantata (BWV 51), "Jauzet Gott" - Johann Sebastian Bach - Soprano, Trumpet, and Orchestra. Robert Shone, cond. ( Annual Bach Festival)
Let The Bright Seraphim - G.F. Handel - Soprano, Trumpet, and Harpsichord - Unknown soprano, Clyde Hunt, trumpet
Trumpet Concerto - Leopold Mozart - Clyde Hunt, piccolo trumpet with orchestra; Robert Shone, Cond.
Trumpet Tune - Henry Purcell - Clyde Hunt, Trumpet - Robert Shone, Organ
Trumpet Voluntary - Jeremiah Clarke - Clyde Hunt, Trumpet - Robert Shone, Organ
Brandenburg Concerto #2 in F - First movement - Johann Sebastian Bach - Clyde Hunt, piccolo trumpet; Robert Shone, Cond. (Annual Bach Festival)
Brandenburg Concerto #2 in F - Third movement - Johann Sebastian Bach - Clyde Hunt, piccolo trumpet; Robert Shone, Cond., Washington Symphonia
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