Under The Double Eagle

Josef Franz Wagner

Arranged by Robert Thurston
Score and Part(s)
Performing Ensemble: Concert Band
Instrumentation: Piccolo, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone II, Clarinet I, Trumpet I, Oboe, Flute I, Clarinet II, Clarinet III, Bassoon, Baritone Saxophone, Alto Clarinet, Flute II, Tuba, Bass Clarinet, Tenor I, Timpani, Tenor II, Snare Drum, Horn II, Baritone (Treble Clef
Item Number: CPS57
Number of Pages: 158
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print


Quick Overview

Josef Franz Wagner (1856-1908) was a military bandmaster and composer known as the “Austrian March King.” He wrote “Under the Double Eagle,” his most popular and enduring composition, in 1902 It later became the official march of the 1st Austrian Artillery Regiment Number 2. The title refers to the double eagle in the coat of arms of the Austro-Hungarian double monarchy. America’s own “March King,” John Philip Sousa, liked the piece enough to record it three times with his own band.

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