The third in a new series of classic marches transcribed for brass sextet, Radetzky March, Op. 228, was originally composed by Johann Strauss Sr. and dedicated to Field Marshal Joseph Radetzky von Radetz. First performed on 31 August 1848 in Vienna, it soon became popular among regimented marching soldiers. Strauss was commissioned to write the piece to commemorate Radetzky's victory at the Battle of Custoza.
The march is arranged by William Gordon so that all the important elements from the original are maintained, and will be ideal for smaller groups where fielding a full band is not possible. The flexible instrumentation means it will be playable by a wide range of instruments, and comes with optional drum set part.
PDF download includes score and full set of parts in both march card and letter size.
The sheet music for this is available from Solid Brass Music Company at www.solidbrassmusic.com
Difficulty Level: Medium Difficult
Part 1 - Cornet in Bb
Part 2 - Cornet in Bb
Part 3 - Horn (includes parts in Eb & F)
Part 4 - Trombone (includes bass clef & Bb treble clef parts)
Part 5 - Euphonium (includes bass clef & Bb treble clef parts)
Part 6 - Tuba (includes bass clef & Eb and Bb treble clef parts)
Drum Set - optional