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Eduard Wagnes

Eduard Wagnes
Born March 18, 1863 (Austrian Empire)
Graz, Austrian Empire
Died March 27, 1936 (Austria)
Bad Gams, (Austria)
Residence Graz, Austria-Hungary
Citizenship Austria-Hungary
Known for "Die Bosniaken Kommen (March)"
Religion Roman Catholic

Eduard Wagnes (born 18 March 1863 in Graz, Austria - died 27 March 1936 in Bad Gams, Austria) was a conductor in the Austro-Hungarian Military, and composer of military marches. His most famous composition was "Die Bosniaken Kommen", composed in 1895.

Other compositions

  • Die Bosniaken kommen - 1895
  • Flitsch Marsch - 1928
  • Felsenfest für's Vaterland - 1932
  • Helden von Meletta - 1932
  • Ausseer Buam
  • Durch dick und dünn
  • Für Freiheit und Ehr
  • Hand in Hand
  • Heldenhaft Marsch
  • Mit eisener Kraft
  • Ritterlich
  • Zum Schutz und Trutz

Dramatic music

  • 1910 Alt-Wien, operette - libretto: Ferdinand Maierfeld-Enter
  • 1911 Die Klosterprinzessin, operette - libretto: Hans Pflanzer
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