Maine native Robert Browne Hall was a principal composer of marches and other music for brass bands – he is often called the “New England March King.” Famous during his lifetime as a fine cornet soloist, conductor, composer and teacher, he published more than 62 marches. Hall received important recognition when John Philip Sousa played one of his marches at the 1900 Paris Exposition. This march was written in 1895 and dedicated to the Tenth Regiment Band in Albany, NY. It is a well-known staple of brass band concerts and com-petitions in the UK as well as America. -- James Huff 06:47, May 20, 2010 (UTC) (from the program notes of The Claremont Winds, submitted with permission)

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