Trompetenkonzert in E-Major
„Concerto a Tromba principale“ in E / in Mi
Piano reduction Solo-part in E/ Bb/ C
a cura di Edward H. Tarr
Johann Nepomuk Hummel‘s trumpet concerto, which today occupies a secure place in the repertory, was - like the Haydn concerto of 1796 composed for the Viennese keyed trumpet virtuoso, Anton Weidinger (1767-1852). Hummel terminated the composition on December 8, 1803, and Weidinger performed the concerto already on January 1, 1804 for the first time, as „musique de table „.