The popular "Trumpet Voluntary" is arranged for young band by Bob Phillips in this colorful setting. Playable in the first year of instruction, every section has an interesting part and gets to share in the melody. Clarke is best remembered for a popular keyboard piece: the Prince of Denmark's March, which is commonly called the Trumpet Voluntary, written about 1748/49. He was an English baroque composer and organist. According to Grove Music, the Trumpet Voluntary "is now known to have been a harpsichord piece entitled The Prince of Denmark’s March, which Clarke contributed to A Choice Collection of Ayres (RISM 1700¹0). As it also survives in a suite of pieces by Clarke (GB-Lbl Add.30839 and 39565–7), it may even be that, unlike many similar ... Welcome to my website. All Sheet Music posted on this website has been typed and edited by me. Everything is in public domain. Feel free to browse through and enjoy. Also known as the Prince of Denmark's March, a composition by Jeremiah Clarke has been freshly arranged for Organ solo. Holds true to the original source material. It is very popular as a wedding processional or recessional and was played at the 1981 wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Lady Diana Spencer.