Accompanied trumpet duets from the Baroque

A couple of days ago I wrote a blog that explored some unaccompanied trumpet duets for the stage. Today, I would like to share some of my favorite trumpet duets with accompaniment–all from the Baroque era, starting with the Johann Pezel Sonata No. 69 for two trumpets played by Miha Peter.

Here are two capricci by Johann Jacob Löwe played by Niklas Eklund.

Here are Josh Cohen and Nathaniel Mayfield playing Vivaldi’s Concerto in C for two trumpets.

Here is a beautiful Sonata for two trumpets by Heinrich Ignaz Biber played by the Friedemann Immer Consort:

 

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