Bandmaster

A bandmaster is the leader and conductor of a band, usually a military band, brass band or a marching band.

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Bandmaster (disambiguation)
... A bandmaster is the leader and conductor of a band, usually a military or marching band ... Bandmaster may also refer to The Band Master, a 1917 film starring Oliver Hardy Fender Bandmaster, an amplifier made by Fender Fender Bandmaster Reverb, an amplifier made by Fender Band Master, a 1993 Tamil-language ...
Waltham St Lawrence - Silver Band
... cornet for Morris Motors band among others, became bandmaster in 1954 ... Mr C.Tuffley was made bandmaster, but died soon afterwards, being succeeded by W.T.Kirkland ... In 1960, F.Lewingdon became bandmaster until 1967 ...
Charles Ancliffe - Life and Works
... Charles Ancliffe was born in Kildare, Ireland, the son of an army bandmaster ... School of Music, Kneller Hall, he followed in his father's footsteps by becoming a bandmaster himself ... From 1900 to 1918 he was Bandmaster of the First Battalion, South Wales Borderers, seeing much service in India ...
Chalk Farm Salvation Army Band - Brief History
... It was formed in 1883 under the leadership of Bandmaster Worbouys to provide music for Salvation Army church services ... In 1894, Bandmaster AW Punchard was appointed, (an association which continued for over 50 years) ... The band's current bandmaster is Jonathan Evans, who is a Euphonium player with the International Staff Band ...
Bandmaster - Cruise Ships
... The term Bandmaster is also used in the cruising industry to describe the onboard Musical Director ... On Princess Cruises for example the Bandmaster is responsible for musical direction for all onboard theatre shows with guest artists and for production shows ...