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Induring the Crimean Warhe had attended a parade in Scutariin Turkeyto celebrate the Queen's birthday. The approximately twenty British Army bands on parade were required to combine in a performance of the national anthem. The custom, at this time, was for regiments to hire civilian bandmasters for their bands, each of whom had free rein in both the instrumentation of the band and the arrangements it played.
With each band playing God Save the Queen No. 5 Imagination - Bernd Alois Zimmermann - Andreas Skouras - Complete Works For Piano Solo in different instrumentations, pitch, arrangement, and key signaturesthe result was an embarrassing and humiliating cacophony.
For several years, in the late 19th century, the commandant was Colonel T. Shaw-Hellierowner of the Hellier Stradivarius.
The school is open to men and women, and the commitment to the army is for a minimum of four years. The Corps of Army Music is the largest employer of musicians in the United Kingdom, and it promotes itself to potential recruits as an opportunity to earn a salary as a musician, something which can be hard to do. The music taught and performed is not restricted to martial music, but also includes jazz, swing, middle-of-the-road, popular, baroque, mainstream symphonic and operatic music.
The Museum of Army Music at Kneller Hall features a collection of musical instruments, music, banners, medals, model bands, documents, prints, manuscripts, paintings and uniforms showing the history of military music. It is open to the public Wednesday afternoons and by appointment. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved Spies Song - Pupils & Staff Sir Charles Lucas School - Boadicea The War Queen February Friends of Kneller Hall Museum.
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