In the 1980s a raft of cheap cassettes from Switzerland invaded discount store bins in Canada, and probably in the U.S. as well. Many of these were repackaged and distributed by the Quebec-based Madacy company, which is still in business.
No artist is listed on a lot of these tapes and the origin of the recordings is unclear, other than the fact they came from Europe. It's also unclear why Switzerland was the source for these cassettes, although the reason may have had something to do with copyright and licensing laws.
Trumpet Melody is one of those uncredited cassettes. The music will appeal to those who like European trumpeters such as Nini Rosso (Il Silenzio), Eddie Calvert (Oh, Mein Papa) and Jean-Claude Borelly (Dolannes Melody).
The string accompaniment sounds electronic to me, but fortunately it's kept mostly in the background.
Ma Trompette Pleure (My Trumpet Cry)
I can't find any other reference to the sample tune, Ma Trompette Pleure, so I guess it's either an original or something that has been retitled. If you liked it you'll probably also enjoy this by Jean-Claude Borelly.