St. Hubertus

Concert Band

St. Hubertus

Saint Hubert
Ouvertüre / Overture / Ouverture op. 250

Genre:
Concert Piece, Overture
Grade Level:
Ober-/Höchststufe
Performance time:
00:11:55
Publisher:
Rundel
Size:
DIN A4
Info:
Full Score + Parts
Order Number:
MVSR2090
Release Date:
1999

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Julius Fucík (1872-1916) often nicknamed ”king of marches”, studied for some time in the master class of Antonín Dvorak at the Prague Conservatory but eventually embarked on a path different from that pursued by his more famous fellow-students. He was a military band conductor for the whole of his life, which he spent at Sisko (Croatia), Sarajevo, and Budapest (1890-1910). Only at the close of his life, in 1913, did he leave the military to set up his own publishing house in Berlin. His huge though unfinished, bequest comprises countless marches (Florentine March, The Arrival of the Gladiators, a.o.), waltzes (Dream Ideals, Ballet Dancers, From the Banks of the Danube), popular concert pieces (The Old Grumbler for basson), the operetta ”Court Theatre Director”, and the unfinished opera ”Fate”. His concert ouverture Saint Hubert, inspired by the patron of gamekeepers, is a lesser-known piece but not one of inferior quality.

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

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