Repiano Cornet part from Persian March Op. 289 for Brass Band

page one of the Repiano Cornet part from Persian March Op. 289 for Brass Band

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Full details

FOR BRASS BAND. Composed and performed in 1865, the Persischer Marsch (Persian March), Op. 289, was designed for one of Strauss’ numerous summer seasons in the Russian town of Pavlovsk. The work was originally entitled "March of the Persian Army," but this was simplified before its publication in Vienna in 1865. Pavlovsk was an important stop on the Tsarskoye Selo Railway, the first railway line in Russia. The Vauxhall restaurant near the Pavlovsk station, financed by the railway, had fallen on hard times, and the manager felt that booking Strauss to give summer concerts there would bring back the lost customers. Strauss’ summer engagements at Pavlovsk began in 1855 and continued for ten years, after which he conducted only occasionally at home and abroad. Strauss achieved great success in Russia and composed some of his more significant waltzes and polkas for his summer concerts there.


Composer
Johan Strauss II
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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