This Austrian march translates to “Loyalty to Tyrol.” It was composed in the 1950s by Florian Pedarnig, with lyrics by his brother Josef Pedarnig. Published in 1985, the song has risen to the status of the third most played at the Munich Oktoberfest. It received some controversy due to its lyrics briefly referencing the separation of South Tyrol from Austria. However, the intensity of the controversy is questionable, given the song’s lively and upbeat nature and its popularity at events across Austria and Germany. With lyrics expressing pride and love for the state of Tyrol, it has been widely recorded and performed by various musical groups, including brass bands, Oberkrainer ensembles, and Volksmusik trios such as Die Grubertaler and Die Jungen Zillertaler.
📝 Sheet music pdf (E♭ key)
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