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Trumpet Acrobatics

Matthias Höfs & Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists

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Trumpet Acrobatics

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1
Carmen-Fantasie (Arr. for Trumpet and Salon Orchestra) 00:11:16

Matthias Höfs, Performer - Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists, Ensemble - Georges Bizet, Composer - Stephan Pfeiffer, Arranger

2015 C2 Hamburg. Musik und Medienproduktion

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Concert Etude, Op. 49 (Arr. for Trumpet and Salon Orchestra) 00:03:31

Matthias Höfs, Arranger, Performer - Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists, Ensemble - Alexander Fyodorovich Goedicke, Composer

2015 C2 Hamburg. Musik und Medienproduktion

3
El Pasodoble y Olé! (Arr. for Trumpet and Salon Orchestra) 00:04:25

Matthias Höfs, Arranger, Performer - Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists, Ensemble - Enrique Crespo, Composer

2015 C2 Hamburg. Musik und Medienproduktion

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Concert Piece No. 1 in F Minor, Op. 11 (Arr. for Trumpet and Salon Orchestra) 00:06:54

Matthias Höfs, Performer - Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists, Ensemble - Willy Brandt, Composer - Stephan Pfeiffer, Arranger

2015 C2 Hamburg. Musik und Medienproduktion

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Hora staccato (Arr. for Trumpet and Salon Orchestra) 00:01:40

Matthias Höfs, Arranger, Performer - Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists, Ensemble - Grigoras Dinicu, Composer - Jascha Heifetz, Arranger

2015 C2 Hamburg. Musik und Medienproduktion

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Fantaisie and Variations on the Carnival of Venice (Arr. for Trumpet and Salon Orchestra) 00:07:43

Matthias Höfs, Performer - Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists, Ensemble - Jean-Baptiste Arban, Composer - Boris Brinkmann, Arranger

2015 C2 Hamburg. Musik und Medienproduktion

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How Do You Keep the Music Playing? (Arr. for Trumpet and Salon Orchestra) 00:05:38

Matthias Höfs, Performer - Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists, Ensemble - Michel Legrand, Composer - Peter Lawrence, Arranger

2015 C2 Hamburg. Musik und Medienproduktion

8
L'histoire du Tango (Arr. for Trumpet and Salon Orchestra) 00:12:34

Matthias Höfs, Performer - Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists, Ensemble - Astor Piazzolla, Composer - Peter Lawrence, Arranger

2015 C2 Hamburg. Musik und Medienproduktion

9
Variations on George Gershwin's Summertime (Arr. for Trumpet and Salon Orchestra) 00:07:55

Matthias Höfs, Performer - Hamburg Philharmonic Soloists, Ensemble - Peter Lawrence, Composer

2015 C2 Hamburg. Musik und Medienproduktion

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