Preußens Gloria (Prussian Glory)

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Preußens Gloria, Armeemarschsammlung II, 240, is a well-known military march of the 19th century, composed by Johann Gottfried Piefke (1817–1884)

"Preußens Gloria" ("The Glory of Prussia" or "Prussia's Glory") was written in 1871 after the Kingdom of Prussia's victory in the Franco-Prussian War, which led to the unification of Germany. As part of the victory parade of the returning troops, the march was performed for the first time in public in Frankfurt (Oder), the base of Piefke's garrison.

*Fixed Crescendo

traditional Military

Pages 4
Duration 01:31
Measures 58
Key signature 5 flats
Parts 5
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one of my favorite marches ever!
I love this glorious piece of music reminds me of when Germany was proud.
I have this play in Germany with many orchestra and bands. I like this very much.
Thanks :) Making another version for a full Band. Adding the Famous "Preussischer lockmarsch" intro.
I do this, give me a 1 or 2 weeks and I have complete version for bands and orchestra.