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Rakoczy March

Rakoczy March

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format String Orchestra
Composer Franz Liszt
Arranger Francis Biletzky
Publisher Highland/Etling
Series Omea Hs B
Grade 3
Catalog # 20294
Permanently Out of Print

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
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Rakoczy March Composed by Franz Liszt. Arranged by Francis Biletzky. For String Orchestra. Published by Highland/Etling. (Catalog # 20294, UPC: 038081190815)

The Rakoczy March is one of fifteen Hungarian marches that Franz Liszt used in his composition Hungarian Rhapsody for Piano. He later arranged it for orches tra, pre-dating Berlioz's arrangement of the same theme in The Damnation of Fa ust. The pace of the March has varied in performance depending on the director and occasion, ranging in tempo from a typical march beat to that of a process ion. In any case, the energetic force of the composition should be maintained and the dynamics adhered to.

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