MCB Home Page Concert Schedule Library Holdings What's New Band History Contact Information Frequently Asked Questions Search Page

Marshall's Civic Band

Title American Army Life
Composer Darnall, Marcy B. Marshall’s
Civic Band
Topeka, KS
Est’d 1884
Number M-1064
Type CB
Date 1905
Key F
Arranger None John B. Marshall Length 0.00
Publisher M. B. Darnall Vocal No
Association 9th U. S. Artillery Band
Kansas, Fort Riley
Kansas, Wathena
Kansas Composer
Military
Grade/Difficulty ?/?
Last Performed Unknown
Manuscript No
Style March Location Marshall's Band Library
Cataloger Rick Baker
Date Cataloged 09/12/2006
Notes
Donated to Marshall's Band by the Goodwin History Society of Atlanta, GA.
The composer was the director of the 9th U.S. Artillery Band.
According to the "Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music:"
"Marcy B. Darnall was a native of St. Joseph, Missouri.  He led the Wathena (Kansas) Military Band
at the end of the 19th century.  In 1901, he became leader of the 9th Artillery Band, which was 
stationed at Ft. Riley, Kansas, and was the only mounted artillery band in the U.S. Army at that 
time.  In 1903, the band, along with the regiment, was transferred to Key West Barracks in Florida."
MCB Home |  Concerts |  Library |  What's New |  History |  Contact Us |  FAQs |  Site Search

© 2002-2021, Marshall's Civic Band, Inc.