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the conductor of a band

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One old-timer related his annoyance at the officer in charge of the horses who, after the baud had been playing outdoors in the hot sun for most of the day, came to tell the bandmaster they could finally stop playing because "the horses are tired.
Now 32, she has travelled the world as part of the Royal Marines Band Service, and has spent the last 14 months based at HM Naval Base Clyde in Scotland, where she is the Bandmaster of the HMS Neptune Volunteer Band.
Tony Traversi, son of the first bandmaster, was a member of Sid Millward's famous Nitwits, and later led the Nuts and Bolts comedy troupe for more than 30 years.
Their bandmaster, Donald Gundaya, said he started the lessons "manually," that is, singing the notes to his students.
Further information |can be obtained from Bandmaster Clive Stirling 0191 388 2148.
Bandmaster WO1 Simon Kerwin, Royal Engineer said: It was very easy to work with the KSF Band as they are very good musicians who are eager and keen to learn.
After the Philippine-American War, Felipe was elected Cavite councilor, appointed director of the Banda Nacional of First Philippine Republic in 1899, and served as bandmaster of the United States Navy in May, 1904.
Poor wages, irregular work hours and endless travel eventually take their toll, said Shanawaz Ali, a bandmaster who plays several instruments.
Elgar Music For Powick Asylum Innovation Chamber Ensemble / Collett FOR six years, from the RSIX years, from the age of 21, Edward Elgar was bandmaster of an ensemble which played (on whatever instruments were available) therapeutic music for the patients of Worcester County and City Lunatic Asylum in the village of Powick.
The 9th Division Band, however, was different, and COL Cundick "was particularly impressed with the enthusiasm and professionalism" of its bandmaster, Chief Warrant Officer Two (CW2) Paul Clark.
I'M not highly strung but even if I had the PS900,000 to buy the violin played by Titanic's bandmaster, I wouldn't touch it.
THE violin thought to have been played by the Titanic's bandmaster as the ship sank has been sold at auction for PS900,000.
THE violin reputedly played by the Titanic's bandmaster as the ill-fated liner sank, broke a world record when it sold for PS900,000.
THE violin reputedly played by Titanic's bandmaster as the ship sank, broke a world record when it sold for PS900,000 yesterday.