A M I, 31 Marsch Nach Motiven Der Oper "Die Zauberflöte"

Blas-Orchester in Historischer Besetzung

A M I, 31 Marsch Nach Motiven Der Oper "Die Zauberflöte"
Performed By Blas-Orchester in Historischer Besetzung
Album UPC 888174933917
CD Baby Track ID TR0000667154
Label Jpf Records
Released 2014-07-23
BPM 134
Rated 0
ISRC ushm81418500
Year 2014
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Writers
Writer Anton Dörfeldt
Pub Co Public Domain
Composer Anton Dörfeldt
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Public Domain
Rights Easy Clear: Public Domain
Original/Cover/Public Domain public domain
Country GERMANY

Description

Old german military marches (1817-1930) from the prussian catalogue first released today for the public. This is the 23th album of 26 dedicated to this catalogue

Notes

The basis for the creation of an extensive set of scores for military brass bands lies in a highest cabinet order (Allerhöchste Kabinettsorder) of King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia on 10 February 1817 requesting a selection of proven compositions for every regiment:
In order to assist the regiments of the army in the selection of good military music, I have had a number of well-proved pieces prepared, and a set of them is to be supplied to each regiment. As, in this way, the army will come into the possession of good music, I decree that on all ceremonial occasions, at grand parades, and reviews, and particularly those at which I am present, no other marches will be played.
Friedrich Wilhelm III's initial collection consisted of 36 slow marches and 36 quick marches for infantry.
This Army March Collection in time contained Prussian, Austrian and Russian marches, divided into three collections:
• Collection I: Slow marches for infantry (115 marches)
• Collection II: Parade (quick) marches for infantry (269 marches)
• Collection III: Cavalry Marches (149 marches)
Marches in the third (cavalry) collection were first published by Schlesinger in Berlin beginning in 1824 and continued by Bote & Bock in Berlin and finally Breitkopf & Härtel in Leipzig (a project terminated at the end of World War I). This was titled Collection of Marches and Fanfares for Trumpet-Music for the Use of the Prussian Cavalry (Sammlung von Marschen und Fanfaren für Trumpetenmusik zum Gebrauch der preußischen Kavallerie).
All the marches incorporated into the army march collection have an official number including a Roman numeral designation (denoting collection) and an Arabic number (list number in the collection). Some well known examples:
• Fridericus-Rex-Grenadiermarsch (AM II, 198)
• Des Großen Kurfürsten Reitermarsch (AM III, 72)
• Hohenfriedberger Marsch (AM III, 1b)
(Source Wikipedia)
This is the 23th album of the 26 that will be released this year

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