Shrek 2 Trumpet Fanfare

Shrek 2 Trumpet Fanfare

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The Shrek 2 Trumpet Fanfare, also known as “Enough Reggie,” refers to a scene from the 2004 American computer-animated comedy film Shrek 2 in which a royal court musician named Reggie briefly plays the theme from the television show Hawaii Five-O on the trumpet. Online, the scene has spawned numerous remixes featuring alternate tracks in lieu of the Hawaii Five-O theme, in a similar vein to remixes of the Nutshack Theme and We Are Number One.


In the scene, a small group of Trumpeters from the fictional kingdom of Far Far Away play their instruments in sync, with a royal inquisitor walking between them. When they stop playing, the left trumpeter closest to the camera (identified as Reggie) begins playing his trumpet to the Hawaii Five-O theme without permission. The inquisitor slaps his paperwork on Reggie's head, saying "Enough, Reggie." Reggie obliges, while the inquisitor proceeds to walk towards Shrek.

On December 23, 2015, Vine user Trumpet Guy uploaded an edit of the scene, in which Reggie's trumpet is edited with Adele's "Hello." It is currently the earliest-known edit of the trumpet scene.[1]


From January through November, the Fanfare Edits gradually spread through various video-hosting websites, particularly within Vine and YouTube. Edits include Floral Shoppe, trap music, and many more.

Various Examples


[1] Vine – Trumpet Guy / Dec 23, 2015

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