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Kong Haakon VII's Honnørmarsj

Kong Haakon VII's Honnørmarsj Oscar Borg / Arr. John Philip Hannevik

Alternativer Titel / Alternative Title: Honorary March of King Haakon VII's
Serie / Series: Brass Band Originals and Transcriptions
Norway became an independent nation in 1905, and the danish Prince Carl was offered the Norwegian crown after a plebiscite in November of that year. He accepted, took the old norse name Haakon, and ascended to the throne as King Haakon VII.

Oscar Borg was at that time the conductor of the military band in Halden, but was also know to be the finest composer of marches in Norway. He was asked to commemorate the historic event by composing a march. The result was this, one of the finest and most popular marches in the Norwegian repertoire.


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Prins Carl av Danmark ble foreslått som konge i Norge da unionsoppløsningen var et faktum i 1905. Etter en folkeavstemning i november 1905 aksepterte prinsen invitasjonen, og bestemte seg for å ta navnet Haakon VII.

Datidens fremste norske marsjkomponist ble spurt om å skrive en marsj som skulle være det unge landets honnør til den nye kongen. Oscar Borg var allerede i gang med en "Festmarsch", men ble inspirert og skrev ferdig marsjen under dens nye tittel "Kong Haakon den VIIdes Honnørmarsch".


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Order id: 841179
Difficulty: 3+
Duration: 03:26:00 min
Pages: -
publisher id: NOR 9790261716697
EAN: 9790261716697
Composer: Oscar Borg
Arranger: John Philip Hannevik
Publisher: Norsk Noteservice Vigmostad & Bjørke AS
Instrumentation: Brass Band

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