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92er Regimentsmarsch (Aller Ehren ist Österreich voll) - click for larger image
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92er Regimentsmarsch (Aller Ehren ist Österreich voll) - Sample sheet music
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Title 92er Regimentsmarsch (Aller Ehren ist Österreich voll)
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Street march
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band)
Instrumentation/info MBF (card size)
Format PrtStm (full score and parts)
Publisher's article no. KL 175
Double number/set Radetzky Marsch
Year of publication 1932; 1983
Price 49.00 EUR (incl. 10 % Austrian VAT)
Composer Novotny, Johann
Arranger Kliment, Hans II
Difficulty level 3
Evaluation level of countries PWM-at (Literaturliste Polka, Walzer, Marsch)
Duration 2:10
Additional info/contents Emperor Frederick III had his motto "AEIOV" inscribed on numerous buildings. This sequence of letters allows for several, consistently similar interpretations: "Austriae est imperare orbi universo" (Latin = It is Austria's destiny to rule the world), "Austria erit in orbe ultima" (Latin = Austria will be eternal) or "All the earth is subject to Austria". The military bandmaster Johann Nowotny took the liberty of interpreting the 5th letter in its old spelling as "V" and gave his 92s regimental march the subtitle: "Aller Ehren ist Österreich voll".
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Motifs from the imperial anthem "Gott erhalte" (God keep) were adapted by numerous composers and military bandmasters during the Monarchy. However, no work became as popular as Johann Nowotny's 92 Regimental Defilier March "Aller Ehren ist Österreich voll" (AEIOU).
Johann Nowotny (Czech: Jan Novotnı) became Kapellmeister of the Imperial and Royal Infantry Regiment No. 92 on 1 August 1886. Infantry Regiment No. 92 in Theresienstadt in Bohemia. In his first year of service he dedicated the 92 Regimental Defilier March to the regimental commander, Field Marshal Lieutenant Gustav Freiherr von König.

Quelle/Source: Kliment Musikverlag

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