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Michael Haydn's Trumpet Concerto in C major, MH 60, was completed in 1763, and is one of the most difficult in the entire repertory. The work is in two movements:
II. Allegro molto
This is a great representation of “Clarino” trumpet writing, with the trumpet part soaring well above the flutes and the rest of the orchestra. Both movements provide room for a cadenza, and for recital or audition performance, this piece cannot be beat if you have the chops to play it. Grab your piccolo and give the samples a try, then grab an immediate PDF download above.