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Title Reiter Marsch
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Concert march
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band)
Format PrtStm (full score and parts)
Publisher's article no. KL 2124
Year of publication 2011
Price 70.50 EUR (incl. 10 % Austrian VAT)
Composer Strauss, Johann Sohn
Arranger Reinau, Thorsten
Opus no. Op.428
Difficulty level 3
Duration 3:10
Additional info/contents Typischer Strauss-Marsch aus der Operette Simplicius. Eröffnungsmarsch des Neujahrskonzerts 2011 der Wiener Philharmoniker. Wiener Flair wird garantiert.
Sample score Sample score click here
Sound sample
Video sample
External link external link http://infom.us/10039514
Available yes yes
Supplementary text: additional text

From the melodies of Simplicius, the composer composed a total of six orchestral works: a waltz, a march, a quadrille and three polkas. Among the first works to appear in the press was the Reitermarsch, which premiered on 15 January 1888 with the Strauss Orchestra conducted by Eduard Strauss in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein. However, another premiere took place almost a month earlier, on December 18, 1887 (the day after the operetta premiere), when Karl Komzák II (1850-1907) gave the first performance in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein. (1850-1905) led them to a concert with the 84th Infantry Regiment of the City of Vienna in the Volksgarten. The equestrian march was very successful and immediately entered the repertoire of many military associations.

Johann Strauss used the melody of the Reiterlied, sung in the world premiere of Josef Josephi (actually Josef Ichhäuser, 1852-1920) in the role of the hermit, for the main melody of his Reitermarsch. The melodies that make up this piece come from the following parts of the operetta:
To the horse! On the horse! (atto 1)
I'll say goodbye, goodbye, o University! (atto 2)

Quelle/Source: Wikipedia
Format EUR
Reiter Marsch (concert/wind band), full score and parts 70.50
La Principessa - click here La Principessa, audio CD 20.95

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