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A Life on the Ocean Wave

Klassische Musik/Lied • Texter: Epes Sargent • Alternativer Titel: A Life on the Ocean Wave (for Voice and Piano)
 
 
   
 

Für Stimme und Klavier

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A Life on the Ocean Wave: Für Stimme und Klavier by Henry Russell


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PDF, 229.2 Kb ID: SM-000080193 Datum des Uploads: 19 Okt 2011
Instrumentierung
Klavier, Stimme
Partitur für
Solo, Klavierbegleitung
Art der Partitur
Klavierauszug mit Singstimmen
Tonart
G-Dur
Verleger
Oliver Ditson & Co.
Sprache
Englisch
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
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Verkäufer Dario Salvi
PDF, 8.60 Mb ID: SM-000210535 Datum des Uploads: 04 Sep 2014
Instrumentierung
Flöte, Piccoloflöte, Klarinette, Fagott, Oboe, Bassposaune, Tenorposaune, Baritonhorn, Euphonium, Horn, Trompete, Tuba, Kleine Trommel, Becken, Grosse Trommel, Bassklarinette, Altsaxophon, Tenorsaxophon, Baritonsaxophon, Sopransaxophone, Kleine Klarinette
Partitur für
Concert Band
Art der Partitur
Partitur, Stimmen
Arrangeur
Dario Salvi
Verleger
Dario Salvi
Jahr der Komposition
1832
Genre
Weltmusik / Ethno
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The ever-popular Bands of HM Royal Marines are well known for their regimental quick march of “A Life on the Ocean Wave”, but do you know the history of this jaunty piece of music? There’s actually a couple of interesting links between the march and the Medway/Swale/Maidstone areas that our Branch members are active in.

The music for the march is derived from two songs, both of which were composed during the first half of the 19th Century. Both songs remained popular and in print until the First World War. Most of the march is taken from Henry Russell’s “A Life on the Ocean Wave”, published in the 1840s, and the short central section is based on eight bars of “The Sea” by Sigismund Neukomm, first published in 1832.
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