The American composer, cornet virtuoso and conductor Robert Browne Hall (1858-1907) is still remembered for his fine marches such as 'Officer of the Day', 'The New Colonial' and 'Death or Glory'. The latter was dedicated to the Tenth Regiment Band of Albany, New-York. In 1900 R.B.Hall was invited to become conductor of this band which was in great difficulties. For Hall it was touch and go (Death of Glory!). In less than one year's time Hall managed to bring the band back to the top: The Tenth Regiment Band was invited to perform at the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo where also the Sousa Band gave a series of concerts. It is logical that this march expresses Hall's appropriate pride and joy.
|Robert Browne Hall|
|1 Condensed Score - 1 Piccolo - 8 Flute - 2 Oboe - 1 Clarinet Eb - 4 Clarinet Solo - 4 Clarinet I - 4 Clarinet II - 4 Clarinet III - 1 Soprano Saxophone - 4 Alto Saxophone - 2 Tenor Saxophone - 1 Baritone Saxophone - 1 Flugelhorn Eb - 3 Bugel Solo + I - 2 Flugelhorn II - 1 Flugelhorn III - 2 Cornet I - 2 Cornet II - 2 Trumpet I - 2 Trumpet II - 1 Horn I Eb - 1 Horn I F - 1 Horn II Eb - 1 Horn II F - 1 Horn III Eb - 1 Horn III F - 1 Horn IV Eb - 1 Horn IV F - 1 Tenorhorn I - 1 Tenorhorn II - 2 Trombone I C - 1 Trombone I Bb (TC) - 1 Trombone I Bb (BC) - 2 Trombone II C - 1 Trombone II Bb (TC) - 1 Trombone II Bb (BC) - 2 Trombone III C - 1 Trombone III Bb (TC) - 1 Trombone III Bb (BC) - 2 Baritone C - 2 Baritone Bb (BC) - 4 Baritone Bb (TC) - 2 Bas Bb (TC) - 2 Bas Bb (BC) - 2 Bas Eb (TC) - 2 Bas Eb (BC) - 4 Tuba C - 2 Drums I - 1 Drums II|
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