The Trompeta Bastarda was a Spanish Trumpet with half-length resonators, as opposed to the Trompeta Real which had full-length resonators. Like many Spanish reeds, the Trompeta Bastarda was often mounted en chamade. The Spanish word bastarda means a piece of ordnance (i.e. a cannon). Trompeta Recordata is mentioned only by Maclean, who describes it only as an 8' Trumpet with half-length resonators. Without further information, we assume it to be synonymous with Trompeta Bastarda. Its etymology is not known. Contributions welcome.
All known examples of Trompeta Bastarda are given below. No examples of Trompeta Recordata are known. Contributions welcome.