||Gustav Blessner (1808–1888)
||Philadelphia: Couenhoven, Scull & Co., 1852.
||Another arrangement made by Blessner for Piano Solo, but sold separately. |
Titled "Kossuth's March in Hungary, or Remembrance of the Years 1848 and 1849." Subtitle: "This is the National March of the Hungarians, such as the Marseilles of the French and Hail Columbia of the Americans. It is played by all bands of the Hungarian Army and received with great enthusiasm by the People."