Original music manuscript entitled "Historical Pageant of Irish Martial Airs";
|Main Creator:||Brase, Fritz, 1875-1940, (Wilhelm Fritz Anton), composer|
Fritz Brase(1875-1940) was born near Hanover in Germany. He became a bandmaster in the Imperial German Army and came to Dublin in 1923 to take charge of the new Army School of Music. His No. 1 Army Band gave many performances throughout Ireland and also on the new radio station 2RN, to which it supplied many musicians. Music publisher McCullough [McCullough Piggott] published several of Brase's compositions in the 1920's and 1930's as part of their "Irish Army School of Music" series including his "General Mulcahy March" (held at NLI call number Ir 780 p 23)and his "Irish March"(held at NLI call number Ir 780 p 23).
Note: English titles.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
Quarto, laid into brown card covers, with orchestral parts separately written out.
Caption title (hand-written on cover).
Sheet music, hand-written copy.
Physical description: 1 manuscript score(100 p.); 26.5 x 36.8cm
|Call Number||View in||Collection|
|MS L 293||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.