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BROWNE, JAMES A. (1838-—). Bandsman, Royal Artillery, 1848. Bandmaster, Royal Horse Artillery, 1870-8. Editor and sub-editor "British Bandsman," "British Musician" and "Orchestral Times." Author of "England's Artil­lerymen," 1865, etc. A well-known arranger, " From East to West," etc.
CLARKE, JAMES P. (-----1889). Bandsman, Sixty-first Regi­ment and Seventh Hussars. Bandmaster, Forty-seventh Regiment; Seventh and Eleventh Hussars; Thirty-sixth, Eighty-third, Forty-third and Fifty-fourth Regiments; Royal Irish Constabulary, 1872; Scots Guards, 1875-87. (Erroneously stated to be a Mus.Bac. in Baptie's "Musical Biography.")
COLLINS, WILLIAM (1815-86). Bandsman, Royal Artillery. Bandmaster, Royal Artillery, 1845; Royal Bucks Militia, 1854; Royal Engineers, 1856-65.
COOKE, HENRY A. M. (1809-89). Educated R.A.M. Princi­pal oboe, Philharmonic and other orchestras. Professor, R.A.M. Bandmaster, Second Life Guards, 1849-56. Com­poser of operettas, songs, etc.
COUSINS, CHARLES (1830-90). Bandsman, First Life Guards, 1848. Bandmaster, Second Dragoon Guards, 1863. Director of Military School of Music, 1874-90.
CUNNINGHAM, ALBERT J. (1868-----). Bandsman, Royal
Artillery. Bandmaster, Royal Irish Rifles, 1896; Royal Garrison Artillery Band (Dover), 1903-4. Conductor, Londonderry Philharmonic Society.
DENMAN, JAMES. Bandmaster, Coldstream Guards, circa 1815.
DUNKERTON, HENRY T. Bandmaster, First Munster Fusi­liers; Scots Guards, 1893-1900.
EARLE, —. Bandmaster, Royal Marines (Portsmouth), circa 184-.
ELEY, CHRISTOPHER. Bandmaster, Coldstream Guards, 1785-18—.
ELRINGTON, —. Bandmaster, Grenadier Guards, circa 1794.
ENGLEFIELD, JOEL (1844-—). Bandsman, Eighteenth Hussars, 1858. Bandmaster, Eighteenth Hussars, 1867; First Life Guards, 1890-1903.
EVANS, ROBERT G. (1868-----). Bandsman, Royal Artillery,
1885. Bandmaster, Highland Light Infantry, 1898; Royal Garrison Artillery Band (Plymouth), 1903.
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