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Fucik, Julius 1872-1916
Title Requiem
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Mourning music
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band)
Publisher's article no. KL 1225
Year of publication 1987
Price 129.50 EUR (incl. 10 % Austrian VAT)
Composer Fucik, Julius
Arranger Scherzer, Eduard
Opus no. Op.283
Difficulty level 2+
Duration 23:00
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Agnus Dei
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It certainly must not be emphasized in any special way that Julius Fucik (1872-1916) also is of particular importance in the field of sacred music when compared to his colleagues during his assignments as military bandmaster to various regiments. This also holds true when considering the genre funeral music alone. In addition to other relevant works, Fucik composed two requiems for band of which Requiem aeternam dona eis domine, Op. 283, is the more important one of the two. It is easily evident - thus identical to other symphonic works by Fucik - that here is an independent creation of musical value, the spiritual home of which, however, is the realm of Czech national music of Smetana, Dvorak, etc. Another aspect of importance - not only today - is that of symphonic wind music. While adhering to the traditional pattern, the Requiem Op. 283 reveals remarkable traits of a creative symphonic musical language. Regrettably its further development came to an abrupt end on account of the course of historic events at the beginning of the 20th century and Fucik's untimely death in 1916.
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Requiem - click here Requiem (concert/wind band) 129.50
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