Jeremiah Clarke: Trumpet Voluntary

This page plays the very well-known Trumpet Voluntary by the English Baroque composer, Jeremiah Clarke.

The organ is a virtual organ and is that of the Old Independent church in Haverhill, which is in Suffolk in the UK, and was built by the Leeds based organ builder, JJ Binns in 1901.
This organ has 34 stops in three manual divisions, and 8 stops in its pedal division. There is a full complement of combination pistons and couplers, and a tremulant. The most notable stop on this organ is the magnificent Trompet en Chamade which features very strongly in both pieces recorded for this site.
The arrangement is by the performer.
Click on one of the Player controls to play the performance.
The video shows the virtual organ being played: right-click for options.

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Trumpet  Voluntary
Jeremiah Clarke (1674-1707)
Trumpet  Voluntary (video)
Jeremiah Clarke (1674-1707)