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Der Zaubermarsch

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Concert Band
COMPOSER: Rob Ares
PUBLISHER: Scherzando
PRODUCT TYPE: Set
On 30th September 1791, a few months before his death, the opera “Die Zauberflote” (The Magic Flute) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was given its first performance. It was remarkable that despite his ill health and his disastrous financial situation he was able to compose a work of such comic genius.
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Instrument Group Concert Band
Composer Rob Ares
Publisher Scherzando
Instrumentation Concert Band/Harmonie/Fanfare
Grade of Difficulty 2
Product Type Set
Year of Publication 1995
European Parts Included Yes
Genre March
Moeilijkheidsgraad orkest Grade 2
ISMN 9790035063873
Series Marches
No. 0178-95-015 S
Description
On 30th September 1791, a few months before his death, the opera “Die Zauberflote” (The Magic Flute) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was given its first performance. It was remarkable that despite his ill health and his disastrous financial situation he was able to compose a work of such comic genius. Mozart composed the overture in the two days before the premier of the opera and it is on this overture that this transcription is based. To perform the work ‘a la Mozart’ only the timpani part should be used, the additional percussion parts have been added by the arranger and are therefore optional.Mozart 40th SymphonyThe Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived atragically short life of thirty-five years. Towards the end of his life in the summer of 1788, he wrote three symphonies in the span of a little over six weeks. His Symphony No.40 in G Minor was one of those great works. This setting of the first movement from that Symphony provides ample demonstration of the composer's grace, inventiveness and pervasive sense of humour, which can be found throughout his music.
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