Prelude to the
Marc-Antoine Charpentier was a French Baroque composer during the reign of Louis XIV. He dominated the Baroque musical scene in seventeenth century France because of the quality of his output. He mastered all genres, and his skill in writing, especially sacred vocal music, was hailed by his contemporaries.
One of his most famous works is the Prelude to his "Te Deum". This engaging piece has been popularized in modern culture and was chosen in 1954 as the theme music preceding the broadcasts of the European Broadcasting Union.
Because no You Tube version best represents this arrangement, an OSA sample has been substituted. It includes the audio organ part for demonstration purposes only and will not be included on the purchased file.
Prelude to the Te Deum (for Brass and Tympani) by Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Includes 3 files:MP4 file with visual and aural click track; MP4 file with visual click track only; PDF score for practice