Einzug der Gladiatoren

Concert Band

Einzug der Gladiatoren

Entry of the Gladiators
Marsch / March / Marche op. 68

Genre:
Concert March, Opening Piece, March
Grade Level:
Mittel-/Oberstufe
Performance time:
00:02:39
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
DIN A4
Info:
Full Score + Condensed Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR0170
Release Date:
1993

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Julius Fucik, the famous march composer, was born in Prague in 1872. One of his most popular Marches "Einzug der Gladiatoren" (Entry of the Gladiators) was written in 1899. From 1910 to 1913, Fucik was kapellmeister of the infantry regiment 92 in Terezín (his Bohemian home), before he married and moved to Berlin, where he founded a band and a music publishing company ("Tempo Publishing"). Only three years later, he died at the age of 44.

Completely revised edition (2016) of the arrangement by Walter Tuschla.
New engraving, incl. full score and condensed score !


Please visit the website of RUNDEL Julius-Fučík-Edition
www.juliusfucik.de

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Einzug der Gladiatoren (Julius Fucik)


"Einzug der Gladiatoren" von Julius Fucik, auch bekannt als "Zirkusmarsch", gespielt von der Stadtkapelle Melk unter der Leitung von Jaroslav ...


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