Erzherzog-Albrecht-Marsch

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Erzherzog-Albrecht-Marsch (0:00~2:38)

The Archduke Albrecht March (German: Erzherzog-Albrecht-Marsch) is an Austro-Hungarian military march, composed by Karel Komzák II (also known as Karl Komzák[1]) as his opus 136.[2] It was named in honour of Archduke Albrecht, Duke of Teschen (1817–1895).

The march was used extensively by the German forces in World War I and World War II, especially during the departures and arrivals of U-boats. The march is also used by the Chilean Navy during military parades or marches.

Introduction

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   \new Staff { \key a \major \time 2/2
    \set Score.tempoHideNote = ##t
     \tempo "" 2. = 64
    <cis,, e a>4.\f <cis e a>8 <cis e a>4 e a8 e cis e a4 r8 \times 2/3 { b16( cis d) } <e, b' e>2 <fis b fis'> <e b' e>4 e8 e e4 e
   }
   \new Staff { \key a \major \time 2/2 \clef bass
    <a,, e' a>4. <a e' a>8 <a e' a>4 e' a8 e cis e a4 r <gis b d>2 <a b d> <gis b d>4 r r2
   }
  >>
 }

In popular culture[edit]

  • The march is played at the end of the film Das Boot, shortly before the U-96 is bombed at port.
  • The march is played in the film The Miracle of Bern when a train of released German prisoners of war arrives at Essen.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Early edition of the march
  2. ^ "Erzherzog Albrecht-Marsch, Op.136 (Komzák II, Karel)". Petrucci Music Library. Retrieved 9 April 2017. 

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