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Joseph Haydns Trumpet Concerto in E flat major Hob VIIe:1 was composed in 1796 for the Vienna court trumpeter Anton Weidinger. The key trumpet which he developed possessed a broader range of notes than the trumpets of that time, and allowed chromatic sequences as well.
The cadenzas to be played in Haydns trumpet concerto have not been transmitted. The present piano reduction contains a cadenza suggestion for the first movement; in the final movement, the performer is encouraged to invent an original cadenza.
Unfortunately, one measure in the Finale is missing in older printruns of this edition. It has since been added as m. 22a. To make older printruns compatible, the respective passages are available under “Downloads” for downloading, printing and pasting over.