Music Link Clyde Hunt with Bob Shone, Church Organ, congregation - Hymn - Westminster Abbey
Here are the compositions on this recording
Cantata (BWV 51) "Jauzet Gott" - Johann Sebastian Bach - Soprano, Trumpet, and Orchestra. Robert Shone, cond.
Let The Bright Seraphim - G.F. Handel - Soprano, Trumpet, and Harpsichord - Unknown soprano, Clyde Hunt, trumpet
Trumpet Concerto in D, Leopold Mozart - Clyde Hunt, piccolo trumpet with orchestra; Robert Shone, Cond.
Trumpet Tune - Henry Purcell - Clyde Hunt, Trumpet - Robert Shone, Organ.
Prince of Denmark's March - 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., Washington Symphonia
Brandenburg Concerto #2 in F - Second Movement - Johann Sebastian Bach - No Trumpet
Brandenburg Concerto #2 in F - Third movement - Johann Sebastian Bach - Clyde Hunt, piccolo trumpet; Robert Shone, Cond.
Plus several more descants with Organ, Trumpet, and congregation = $5.95
Sometime about 1977 Hunt began an almost weekly, Trumpet-in-Residency, at the Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes Episcopal Church at 12th and Mass. Ave. NE, 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 purchased from this website.
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