The Prince of Denmark's March
Trumpet Voluntary - Round'O
This keyboard piece The Prince of Denmark's March was composed by Jeremiah Clarke in 1669.
It thus belongs to the Baroque period.
It is also known under the title Trumpet Voluntary.
Clarke's The Prince of Denmark's March was first published in London in 1700.
It was part of the album A Choice Collection of Ayres for the Harpsichord of Spinnet.
This score is an Urtext edition from this album.
It is appropriate for Grade 4 pianists.
Please note that this score contains suggestions for performing the ornaments (here : trills) in accordance with the performance practice of the Baroque period.
In English Baroque music, the trills are named shakes and are indicated by the = sign.
In particular, trills should be played ON the beat, starting on the upper auxiliary note.
Of course, the number of repercussions can be adjusted to the player's taste and ability.
Duration : 02:27
Source : Jeremiah Clarke, Miscellaneous Pieces for the Harpsichord or Spinnet
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