Jeremiah Clarke (1674 - 1707) was an English composer, now best remembered for the popular keyboard piece attributed to him, the Prince of Denmark's March, commonly called the Trumpet Voluntary and attributed for a long time to Henry Purcell.
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A regal, celebratory, church organ version of the classical piece by Jeremiah Clarke, Originally arranged for trumpet, this piece also works well on church organ / pipe organ and is often used in this type of arrangement in christian ceremonies including, but not limited to, weddings, Instrumental, Classical, Baroque, Jeremiah Clarke
A celebratory and regal version of this much loved piece of classical music by Jeremiah Clarke, Trumpet, horns and pipe organ, This piece has a sense of royalty, a regal and dignified piece which is often used today to depict royalty and the upper class, Also traditionally used for wedding, Instrumental, Classical, Baroque, Jeremiah Clarke
Trumpet Voluntary, aka Prince of Denmark March, is a Baroque piece by Jeremiah Clarke (and often mistakenly attributed to Henry Purcell). This was recorded on pipe organ and is commonly used as a wedding piece for the bride's entrance or as a postlude. Instrumental, Classical, Baroque, Jeremiah Clarke
Violin and harp perform this classic wedding processional. Introductory fanfare and strong presentation of theme. Also known as the Prince of Denmark's March, Trumpet Voluntaire, Instrumental, Classical, Baroque, Jeremiah Clarke