Jacob de Haan: Bundeslied: (Arr. Michael Bilkes): Concert Band

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COMPOSER: Jacob de Haan
PUBLISHER: De Haske Publications
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score and Parts
The melody of Bundeslied originates from Mozart’s' Frimaurerkantate (KV62) from 1791. However research has shown evidence that it was probably composed by Johann Holzer, a freemason brother of his, but there is no definite evidence for this. Following the Second World War this melody was used as the
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Composer Jacob de Haan
Arranger Michael Bilkes
Publisher De Haske Publications
Instrumentation Concert Band/Harmonie
Product Format Score and Parts
Year of Publication 2005
Grade of Difficulty 2,5
ISMN 9790035054697
No. DHP 1053873-010
Series Your Favorite Classics
European Parts Included Yes
Description
The melody of Bundeslied originates from Mozart’s' Frimaurerkantate (KV62) from 1791. However research has shown evidence that it was probably composed by Johann Holzer, a freemason brother of his, but there is no definite evidence for this. Following the Second World War this melody was used as the basis for the new Austrian national anthem. Micheal Bilkes has adapted this beautiful, stately hymn for concert band. The result is a captivating work for both performers and audience.
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