[Budapest]: M. Kir. Állami Térképészet, 1926.
Folio. Original publisher's decorative multi-coloured wrappers. 14,  (blank) pp. For large wind band.
Slightly worn and browned. Notation in pen, facsimile signature, handstamp to head of title; small handstamp indicating review copy ("Nem adható el!") to center.
Rare (no copies located).
Richard Fricsay was born in Moravia and began his career there teaching music. In 1896, he joined the Hungarian military, where he would spend nearly 40 years directing musical life of the armed forces, primarily as bandleader of the 1st Infantry Regiment (Honvéd) in Budapest from 1913 to 1934. His original marches and arrangements were exceptionally popular at the regular concerts given both in the city and on tour. His son was noted conductor Ferenc Fricsay (1914-1963).
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