One of the most dramatic and impressive fanfares ever composed for trumpets is this Tuba Mirum movement from Verdi's monumental Requiem of 1874. With four on-stage trumpets and two pairs of trumpeters positioned in the concert hall, this surround sound experience is guaranteed to impress audiences and inspire performers. Two complete sets of trumpet parts are provided one for B-flat trumpets and an alternate set for C trumpets. Beyond brass ensemble programs and special events, begin your next band concert featuring your trumpet section with this accessible and brilliant fanfare. Timpani is optional but adds to the drama of the fanfare movement. The audio file is an actual trumpet ensemble performance of the complete work and not a computer playback of the score.
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