Marschlied aus der Operette Die lustige Witwe. Composed by Franz Lehar (1870-1948). Arranged by Josef Drexler. Choral music. Secular. Piano reduction. Doblinger Music Publishers #56-00752-KLA. Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.56-00752-KLA).
- Artist: Franz Lehar
- Instruments: Men’s choir
- Format: piano reduction
- Genre: secular
- Lead Time: 4 to 6 weeks
- Publisher: Doblinger Music Publishers
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Franz Lehár ( LAY-har; Hungarian: Lehár Ferenc [ˈlɛhaːr ˈfɛrɛnt͡s]; 30 April 1870 – 24 October 1948) was an Austro-Hungarian composer. He is mainly known for his operettas, of which the most successful and best known is The Merry Widow (Die lustige Witwe).
== Life and career ==
Lehár was born in the northern part of Komárom, Kingdom of Hungary (now Komárno, Slovakia), the eldest son of Franz Lehár (senior) (1838–1898), an Austrian bandmaster in the Infantry Regiment No. 50 of the Austro-Hungarian Army and Christine Neubrandt (1849–1906), a Hungarian woman from a family of German descent. He grew up speaking only Hungarian until the age of 12. Later he put an acute accent above the “a” of his father’s surname “Lehár” to indicate the vowel in the corresponding Hungarian orthography.
While his younger brother Anton entered cadet school in Vienna to become a professional officer, Franz studied violin at the Prague Conservatory, where his violin teacher was Antonín Bennewitz, but was advised by Antonín Dvořák to focus on composition.