Pas Redoublé was written in 1887 for piano four-hands. The title refers to a specific form of nineteenth-century military march; these were the slow march (pas ordinaire), the quick-step march (pas redouble), and the double quick-step march (pas de charge). The work was transcribed by others for military band soon after its composition.
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