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Hartmannwillerskopf (l'), Tambours, Clairons et Cors for wind band
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cover Hartmannwillerskopf (l'), Tambours, Clairons et Cors Martin Musique
Alexandre COURTADE
Publisher : Martin Musique
Grade : Or:1
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : March and parade

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Student at the Conservatoire de Paris (1st prize trompette1892), Alexander Courtade (1872-1951) musician was the Republican Guard, the Concerts Collone and bandmaster at the Opéra de Paris. Military medal in July 1917, he was technical director of the Union of Fanfares de France. He wrote many pieces for bands and fanfares. The parade "at no hunter" (135 steps per minute) The Hartmannswillerkopf, with drum, bugle horn, is a tribute to Blue Devils, Battalions of Alpine Hunters who distinguished themselves in the foothills of Vieil Armand, another name for Hartmannswillerkopf, Mecca of the fight on the blue line of the Vosges between January and December 1915. The violence of the fighting and the harsh climate of the high Vosges have made this battle as terrifying as the most famous of the Marne, Meuse or the Somme.
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