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X: 1 T: PRUSSIAN MARCH C: %R: march B: Elias Howe "The Musician's Companion" Part 1 1842 p.16 #2 S: http://imslp.org/wiki/The_Musician's_Companion_(Howe,_Elias) Z: 2015 John Chambers <jc:trillian.mit.edu> N: In bar 15, the last notes (ef) have nonsensical lengths; fix in the obvious way. M: C L: 1/8 K: D % - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - |:\ D4 F4 | A4 z2cd/e/ | d>cB>A G>FE>D | A2A,>A, A,2f>e | d2d2 d2g>f | e2e2 e2a>g | f2f2 e>de>f | d2d2 d2 z2:| |:\ a2a2 (ba)(gf) | e4 a4 | d2c2 B2d2 | A2A>A A2f>e | d2d2 d2g>f | e2e2 e2a>g | f2f2 e>de>f | d2d2 d2z2 :| % - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -



PRUSSIAN MARCH IN ABELINO. English, March. The march was performed in the play Abällino, der grosse Bandit, based on the 1793 novel of that name by German writer Henrich Zschokke [1] (1771-1848). It was adapted for the stage in various translations, appearing in Paris as Abelino ou le Grand Bandit, translated into English by Robert William Elliston (1774-1831) and staged in three acts at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. It was first performed (as Abelino in New York on Feb. 11th, 1801, and began appearing in a few period American musicians' manuscript collections after that (e.g. John Beach MS, Gloucester, Mass., William Patten MS.)


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