THE MARSCH-IMPROMPTU MUSIC SCORE
An annotated music score, with clues to the whereabouts of a hidden Nazi treasure from the Second World War.
The clues lead to MITTENWALD, a small historical town of violin makers in Bavaria, Southern Germany.
And that is where my story begins.
I'm Cyril Whistler, a musician, violin maker and composer, and my familiarity with this little town and its surroundings draw me further and further into the quest, searching for an answer to the riddle posed by the "Marsch Impromptu". unaccounted for..
Journalist Karl Hammer accidently 'found' the manuscript and published his findings on the 11th of December 2012 on the Dutch television.
He published this manuscript of old sheet music that was allegedly marked-up by Martin Bormann, the private secretary of Adolf Hitler.
Gottfried Federlein's Marsch-Impromptu and the hand-drawn scribbles and mysterious annotations.
ORIGINAL MUSIC SCORE GOTTFRIED FEDERLEIN
THE SCORE WITH THE MARKS
THE MUSIC SCORE WITH THE ADDED CODE SCRIBBLES