Trumpet and Organ: Allegro, Concerto San Marco (Albinoni)

Dominik Axtmann (Organ) and Franz Tröster (Trumpet) performing live in concert the Allegro from Concerto San Marco by Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1750). Great Voit/Hess Organ (1908/49/79, III, 44) at St. Bonifatius Church in Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. For more information and artists booking request visit the organist’s website: www.Dominik-Axtmann.de To buy our new CD “concerto! – Concertos and Suites for Trumpet and Organ”, send us an E-Mail: Dominik.Axtmann@web.de . International shipping. Easy and secure payment via PayPal (advertising price!). With a personal lettering on request.

Trumpet and Organ: Badinerie (JS Bach)

Dominik Axtmann (Organ) and Franz Tröster (Trumpet) performing live in concert the famous Badinerie from 2nd Suite BWV 1067 by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Great Voit/Hess Organ (1908/49/79, III, 44) at St. Bonifatius Church in Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. For more information and artists booking request visit the organist’s website: www.Dominik-Axtmann.de . To buy our new CD “concerto! – Concertos and Suites for Trumpet and Organ”, send us an E-Mail: Dominik.Axtmann@web.de . International shipping. Easy and secure payment via PayPal (advertising price!). With a personal lettering on request.

Trumpet and Organ: Grave, Concerto San Marco (Albinoni)

Dominik Axtmann (Organ) and Franz Tröster (Trumpet) performing live in concert the Grave from Concerto San Marco by Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1750). Great Voit/Hess Organ (1908/49/79, III, 44) at St. Bonifatius Church in Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. For more information and artists booking request visit the organist’s website: www.Dominik-Axtmann.de To buy our new CD “concerto! – Concertos and Suites for Trumpet and Organ”, send us an E-Mail: Dominik.Axtmann@web.de . International shipping. Easy and secure payment via PayPal (advertising price!). With a personal lettering on request.
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The Trumpet – Founded by Gerald Flurry

Founded in 1990 by editor-in-chief Gerald Flurry, the Philadelphia Trumpet is a news magazine unlike any other. Devoid of commercial advertising, the 40-page, full-color magazine is published 10 times a year by the Philadelphia Church of God and is sent freely to all who request it. Over 35 million free copies have been distributed in seven languages throughout 120 countries. The magazine is cast in the mold of Herbert W. Armstrongs Plain Truth, which accurately forecast the fall of the Berlin Wall. Following Mr. Armstrongs death, the church he founded ceased reporting the fulfillment of Bible prophecies. The Trumpet picked up the fallen baton and has since accurately forecast the rise of an Islamic king of the south led by Iran, and the election of Josef Ratzinger as pope, to name a few. Currently the Trumpet is focused on the rise of the Holy Roman Empire in Europe, led by Germany and the Vatican. www.thetrumpet.com