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En Carriere - Sample sheet music
Sample sheet music
Title En Carriere
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Galop
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band)
Format DirStm (Condensed Score and parts)
Publisher's article no. KL 1164
Price 60.00 EUR (incl. 10 % Austrian VAT)
Composer Komzak, Karl Sohn
Arranger Österreicher, Johann
Difficulty level 2+
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Programme notes: additional text

In the art of riding, "Carričre" means the fastest gait of the horse, which is the most expedient transition from a reinforced gallop. In military terms, the gallop is used for fast movements and in cavalry attacks as a transition from the trot to the carričre, which is used to break into the enemy (Brockhaus 1883). Komzák was neither experienced in horsemanship, nor did he have any contact with such cavalry as the bandmaster of an infantry regiment. The title is a very simple parallel to the composition "En avant" (Forward!) by his friend and composer Rudolf Freiherr von Prandau, to whom this opus is dedicated. The Prandau family (actually Hilleprand von Prandau) was - albeit a long time ago (1727-1729) - the owners of the Freihof in Kagran, which is still remembered today in the Prandaugasse in the now 22nd district of Donaustadt.
This effective gallop, played by the music of the Inf. Reg. No.84 under the composer's direction, sounded for the first time on 25 Dec. 1887 in the café-restaurant of the Vienna Volksgarten, where a military band gave daily concerts.
Format EUR
En Carriere - click here En Carriere (concert/wind band), Condensed Score and parts 60.00
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