For 4 clarinets (Hughes)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano (Stradal)
||August Stradal (1860–1930)
||Anton Bruckner: ein Lebens- und Schaffens-Bild, Band 3, Teil 2|
Regensburg: Gustav Bosse, 1930.
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||Military March in E-flat major
||Marsch in Es dur
||Military march; Marche militaire, WAB 116
||Wikipedia; BNF: 14805579z
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1865-08-12 in Linz
||1930 – Regensburg: Gustav Bosse
- (Anton Bruckner: ein Lebens- und Schaffens-Bild: Band 3, Teil 2 — piano reduction by Stradal)
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Concert Band: piccolo (D♭), clarinet (A♭), E♭ clarinet, 3 clarinets (B♭)|
3 horns (F), 7 trumpets (5 in E♭/2 in B♭), 2 flugelhorns in B♭, 2 trombones, 3 euphoniums (T.C.), 2 tubas, percussion (bass drum, snare drum)
||2 Marschen, WAB 115-116
||The Apollo-Marsch (WAB 115), which was used as a model for this work, was for many years attributed to Bruckner. It is now definite that the Apollo-Marsch was composed in 1857 as Mazzuchelli-Marsch for the Austria-Hungary Infantry-regiment No. 10 by Béla Kéler, another of Kitzler's students.
|Orchestral works by Anton Bruckner