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The Turkish March is too popular to need much introduction, but because I couldn’t find a readily available version for flutes, I prepared this one for piccolo, 3 concert flutes, alto and bass. The picc part is as in the original, fl 1 and 2 largely follow the oboes, fl 3 fills in various bits, and the lower instruments (mainly viola and cellos/basses) are shared by the afl and bfl. The march appears as no 4 of the incidental music (1811) for Kotzebue’s play Die Ruinen von Athen, premiered in 1812. It is best known in this orchestral version, but appeared first as the theme to Beethoven’s 6 variations in D for piano (Op. 76) of 1809.
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