Furchtlos und treu

Concert Band

Furchtlos und treu

Fearless and Loyal
Marsch / March / Marche op. 240

Genre:
Concert March, March
Grade Level:
Mittelstufe
Performance time:
00:03:24
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
March / Card Size
Info:
Condensed Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR1519
Release Date:
1988

Info

When Julius Fucík was nominated bandmaster of Infantry Regiment (IR) No. 86 as successor to Petr Capek, important periods of his lifetime had already elapsed: his education in school, his studies at the Prague Conservatory of Music, his national service in IR 49 (1891-94) under bandmasters Schlögel and J.F. Wagner, from which he was discharged as a sergeant and finally the “Croatian interlude” in Sissak. Fucík appreciated life in Sarajevo. First compositions were written there, which made him become one of the leading representatives of his profession in Austria-Hungary. Among those pieces also figured his elaborate work “Austria’s Glory and Honor”. Yet another area of activities, where Fucík was able to demonstrate his talents was the symphony concerts introduced by him in Sarajevo. When his regiment deployed to the Hungarian capital Budapest in 1900, the ambitious bandmaster and composer was offered new opportunities. Some of his most beautiful compositions were written in Budapest, among them “The Children of the Regiment” op. 169, a march of universal appeal and “Fearless and Loyal”, op. 240. While the march “The Children of the Regiment” was dedicated to the Inhaber of IR 86, Lt.Gen. Julius Forinyák, “Fearless and Loyal” was addressed to his commander, Colonel Oskar Sehrig. Due to this dedication, this march is also known as “Colonel Sehrig March”.

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