Grieg | Funeral March | for horn octet – ensemble

 16.70

Edvard Grieg composed his Funeral March in Memory of Rikard Nordraak in 1866, in honour of his friend and fellow Norwegian composer Rikard Nordraak, who had died in March of that year at the age of 23. Grieg deeply respected his fellow musician and took no delay in producing the work. The march was originally written as a piano piece in A minor
16 pages (score 5 pages, 8 horn parts, 3 percussion parts)
Also available for horn quartet and brass quintet

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