Florentiner Marsch, Op. 214

Florentiner Marsch, Op. 214 is a march for orchestra or band composed in 1907 by Julius Fučík. The average performance time of this piece is about six minutes.

This sheet contains the following parts:

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Florentiner Marsch, Op. 214 - Incomplete Parts (missing Flute/Piccolo) (New York: Carl Fisher, 1916)
Florentiner Marsch, Op. 214 - Horn 1/2, 3/4 (transposed to F) (Mark Sczublewski)
Florentiner Marsch, Op. 214 - Trumpet 1 (B♭) (Edgar Girtain IV)
Florentiner Marsch, Op. 214 - Trumpet 2 (B♭) (Edgar Girtain IV)
Florentiner Marsch, Op. 214 - Horn (F) (Edgar Girtain IV)
Florentiner Marsch, Op. 214 - Tenor Trombone (Edgar Girtain IV)
Florentiner Marsch, Op. 214 - Complete score (For Piano solo: Tellier - Leipzig: Bosworth, 1908. Plate 15236)
Composer Form Instrument Period
Julius Fučík March Orchestra Romantic

Julius Fučík

Julius Fučík was a Czech composer and conductor of military bands. He became a prolific composer, with over 400 marches, polkas, and ...