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Karl Heinz Füssl (1924-1992)
Vienna: Universal Edition, 1927. Plate U.E. 8680.
Vienna: Universal, 1980.
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Moscow: Muzgiz, n.d.(ca.1963). Plate M. 31167 Г.
Beijing: State Music Publisher, n.d.
Public Domain [tag/del]
||Military Sinfonietta or 'Sokol Festival'
- Allegretto — Allegro maestoso (Fanfare)
- Andante — Allegretto (The Castle, Brno)
- Moderato (The Queen's Monastery, Brno)
- Allegretto (The Street Leading to the Castle)
- Andante con moto (The Town Hall, Brno)
|Year/Date of Composition
||1926 March-April, with corrections in May?
||1926-06-26 in Prague
||1926/27 - Vienna: Universal Edition, Plates U.E. 8679, 8680.
||Despite the publication date (with a notice in correct format), this work is likely public domain in the USA due to two fatal date errors:
- First publication took place on July 4, 1926 in the Czech periodical Lidové noviny
(1st movement, mm.47-end)
- Republication in 1979 by Eulenburg (ed. Jarmil Burghauser)
without including the original 1927 notice (or a 1926 notice).
||To the Czechoslovak Armed Forces
|Composer Time Period
||Early 20th century
- 4 flutes (4th also piccolo), 2 oboes, English horn, E♭ piccolo clarinet
- 2 clarinets (B♭), bass clarinet (B♭), 2 bassoons
- 4 horns (F), 12 trumpets (9 in C, 3 in F), 2 bass trumpets (B♭),
- 4 trombones, 2 euphoniums (B♭, or tenor tuba), tuba
- timpani, cymbals, chimes, harp, strings
The autograph is not dated. Dates of composition estimated from letters to Universal Edition. See Janáček's Works: A Catalogue of the Music and Writings of Leoš Janáček, p.208. According to this edition, it was first published in Dec. 1926 by Universal Edition (undated but Dec. 1926 most likely- possibly a (somewhat) limited edition however). Another pocket score followed from the same source a month later (mid-January 1927) in any case.