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47er Regiments Marsch (La marche du regiment) - click for larger image
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47er Regiments Marsch (La marche du regiment) - Sample sheet music
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Title 47er Regiments Marsch (La marche du regiment)
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Street march
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band)
Instrumentation/info MBF (card size)
Format DirStm (Condensed Score and parts)
Publisher's article no. KL 12a
Double number/set Frisch auf Marsch (1er Schützen Marsch)
Year of publication 1967
Price 39.00 EUR (incl. 10 % Austrian VAT)
Composer Wagner, Joseph Franz
Arranger Kliment, Hans II
Difficulty level 1+
Additional info/contents This march was the Infantry Regiment No. 47, in the First Republic the Infantry Regiment Field Marshal Laudon No. 11 and is currently assigned to the Hunter Regiment 10.
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Programme notes: additional text

The "47 Regiment March" is a traditional work by the Austrian composer Joseph Franz Wagner, which is closely linked to Austria's military history. This march is not only a musical piece, but also a symbol of bravery, solidarity and military tradition. Wagner, born on March 20, 1856 in Vienna and died there on June 5, 1908, was one of the most important march composers of his time. He wrote a large number of marches, including the present march, which is dedicated to the No. 47 Infantry Regiment.

The No. 47 Infantry Regiment had a long and glorious history in the Austrian Army. In the First Republic it was renamed Field Marshal Laudon No. 11 Infantry Regiment and is now assigned to the 10th Jäger Regiment. The “47 Regiment March” is still closely linked to this regiment today and has a permanent place in the repertoire of Austrian military music. The march itself is a powerful and stirring composition that reflects the characteristic features of Wagner's music. The piece's catchy melody, concise rhythms and dynamic development make it a popular work in military orchestras and public performances.

The "47 Regiment March" is not only a musical homage to the No. 47 Infantry Regiment and its successors, but also an expression of pride and connection to Austrian military history. The sounds of this march are a reminder of the bravery and sacrifice of the soldiers who defended their country, as well as the values and traditions that have shaped the military. The assignment of the march to Jägerregiment 10 demonstrates continuity and respect for the past while preserving the values and virtues of the military in the present and future.

Overall, Joseph Franz Wagner's "47 Regiment March" is an important piece of the Austrian military music tradition that keeps the history and spirit of the Austrian military alive. His sounds will continue to touch people's hearts and remind them of the importance of bravery, solidarity and tradition.

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