Husarenvedette

Orchestre d'Harmonie

Husarenvedette

Vedette of Hussars
Marsch / March / Marche / op. 236

Arrangeur:
Catégorie:
Marche de concert, Marche
Difficulté:
Mittelstufe
Durée:
00:03:00
Maison d'édition:
Rundel
Format:
DIN A4
Info:
Partition + Conducteur + Parties
Numéro d'édition:
MVSR3457
Date de publication:
2020

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The march “Vedette of Hussars” was completed in Budapest in 1910, thus during a period in Julius Fučíks composer’s life that was no heyday for him.
 
In May 1909 Fučík had staged his last concert in Budapest in the position of regimental bandmaster of Infantry Regiment 86. It was in no way satisfying for him when the regiment then deployed to Maria Theresiopel (today Subotica in northern Serbia and only some miles away from the Hungarian border). For him this military move corresponded to a social decline, and he therefore retired from the regiment on Jan. 30, 1910, temporarily moving to Gleisdorf in Styria. This also holds true for the period to follow with IR 92 in Terezín since it did not come true to be the expected fortunate choice following the successful days in Budapest, as his Prague colleagues succeeded in keeping Julius Fučík and his band away from the capital of Bohemia. The last period of his life then followed in Berlin, where he founded a publishing house of his own and displayed interesting concert activities with his orchestra “Prague Musicians”. It is therefore not astonishing that this rousing march was also presented during the remarkable double concert which the maestro staged together with the band of the Emperor Francis Guards Grenadiers No. 2 under the baton of Senior Bandmaster Adolf Becker.
 
This march is no cavalry march in the strict sense of the word, as after the lost war of 1866 (against Prussia)  cavalry bands were disbanded in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy in contrast to Germany where cavalry music was represented by numerous (all brass) bands of cavalry and field artillery regiments. “Vedette” is an obsolete military term and stands for mounted sentinels posted in advance of the outposts of an army. Consequently this march by Fučík is a musical impression rather than a march for cavalrymen: contrary to many of Fučík’s powerful marches it is fresh, elegant, and not of a dominantly military character at all. It soon became more familiar in Germany than in Fučík’s native Bohemian home country respectively in the entire Austro-Hungarian monarchy.

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