Translated by Begüm ERGİNBAY
Composed for Ottoman Empire’s last Vienna ambassador Hüeyin Hilmi Pasha, Yaşasın Osmanlılar march is uncovered from archive after 98 years.
According to the Cengiz Parlayan’s news from Sabah; uncovered from German State Library, march is composed in 1916. Dated back to First World War, march is regarded as a gesture to confederate Ottoman. Ottoman Empire fought beside Germany and Austria-Hungry Empire in the war between 1914 -1918. Composed for Ottoman Empire’s last Vienna ambassador Hüeyin Hilmi Pasha during the war, its Turkish name is “Yaşasın Osmanlılar” and German name is “Heil den Osmanen”. It is composed by M. Bütner-Waldmüller.
MARCH’S INCOME GOES TO KIZILAY
Turkish march is published by Franz-Bard Brothers Music and Performing Arts Publication House in Vienna, Leipzig and Budapest. On the cover of the march, it is indicated that the income belongs to Kızılay. It is also noticed that loyalty with respect for Hüseyin Hilmi Pasha is stated.