Parade-Defiliermarsch

Concert Band

Parade-Defiliermarsch
Parade Defiliermarsch

Genre:
Traditional March, March
Grade Level:
Mittelstufe
Performance time:
00:02:27
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
March / Card Size
Info:
Condensed Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR0307
Release Date:
1984

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One single march reminds us of military bandmaster Anton Ambrosch (1839-1886). It is the Parade-Defiliermarsch (Parade Defile March), that was originally called Garnisons-Defiliermarsch (Garrison Defile March) and which also was known as 57th Regimental Defile March. Ambrosch who was a founder member of the military bandmaster retirement fund served as bandmaster of the 29th Rifle Battalion from 1859 to 1867. In 1868 he occupied the position of bandmaster of the 5th Artillery Regiment, and after the disbandment of the artillery bands he became regimental bandmaster of Infantry Regiment No. 57 on August 01, 1868. With that unit he was stationed in the garrisons of Pest, Vienna, Olomouc, Opava, and finally in Krakow. Most of his then popular works were written when he served with this regiment. It is interesting to note that he used motifs of his Parade Defile March in his own “Arthold March”, but also his colleague Anton Rosenkranz integrated such themes in his march “Mit Sack und Pack” (“With Bag and Baggage”). The piece was that well-known in Czechoslovakia that it was attributed to Karl Komzák for some time, and the sparkling march was simply referred to as “Komzák March”.

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