Tenth Regiment March

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Robert Browne Hall

Robert Browne Hall (arr. Balent)

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This march is known as Death or Glory in Europe.

General Info

Year: 1895 / 2004
Duration: c. 3:15
Difficulty: III (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: FJH Music Company Inc
Cost: Score and Parts (print) - $60.00   |   Score Only (print) - $7.00


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Program Notes

Robert Brown Hall was a virtuoso cornet player, an outstanding bandmaster, and the composer of many fine marches. This excellent arrangement by Andrew Balent captures all the flair of a traditional concert march.

- Program Note from publisher

Hall dedicated this march (title Death or Glory in Europe) to the Tenth Regiment Band of Albany, New York. He had been invited in the summer of 1900 to rebuild the band – described by the National Guard Unit's commanding officer, Col. Raymond L. Fitch, as "musically bankrupt" – and in a year's time the group was proficient enough to be invited to participate in the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo, New York. Twenty-two of the finest bands in the nation (including those directed by John Philip Sousa, Patrick Conway, J.M. Missud, T.P. Brooke, and John Slatter of Toronto, Canada) provided continuous music for the exposition visitors. Hall's pride in the progress made by the Tenth Regiment Band is reflected in this composition.

- Program Note from Program Notes for Band


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