Trumpet Inspiration 36

Happy Easter! This week’s video is a live performance of the Hallelujah Chorus by G. F. Handel, possibly one of the most well-known and recognizable choir pieces ever written. It is a short section from Messiah, a larger work written for choir and orchestra.

This piece is often performed at Easter services (as well as other parts of the year). The trumpets in this video sound excellent, and they can be clearly heard in the mix. They are playing natural trumpets (no valves), so all pitches are being changed with lips and air. Enjoy!

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