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umd:132584
Digital collection: Digital Collections
While Patrick S. Gilmore (1829-1892) was born in Ireland, he spent most of his career in the United States, w...
umd:132604
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Patrick Gilmore married Ellen O'Neill in 1858, while he was leader of the Salem Brass Band. O'Neill had serve...
umd:132608
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Nineteenth-century bands often found summer employment at amusement parks and resorts where they gave outdoor...
umd:132610
Digital collection: Digital Collections
This formally posed photograph shows Patrick Gilmore in the uniform of the 22nd Regiment Band and displays hi...
umd:132612
Digital collection: Digital Collections
The cornetist Herbert Lincoln Clarke (1867-1945) joined Gilmore's Band in 1892, just before the bandleader's ...
umd:132628
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Matthew Arbuckle (1828-1883) was one of Patrick Gilmore's greatest cornet soloists. Arbuckle was born in Scot...
umd:132630
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After Gilmore's death, David Wallis Reeves (1838-1900), attempted to continue the band under Gilmore's name. ...
umd:132632
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Though it is unclear why this photograph of Sims Reeves is included in this collection, it is possible that R...
umd:133507
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Several photographs in the Patrick Gilmore Collection show the bandleader in his 22nd Regiment uniform. Photo...
umd:133509
Digital collection: Digital Collections
As we can see, Gilmore signed his name with the middle initial S. It is not known what Gilmore's middle name ...
umd:133511
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This roster of the Gilmore Band from 1890 demonstrates the number of well-known musicians employed by Gilmore...
umd:133513
Digital collection: Digital Collections
In 1878, Gilmore took his band on a European tour. In moving to the United States, the cornetist Matthew Arbu...
umd:133517
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Patrick Gilmore's most famous composition is "When Johnny Comes Marching Home." The music was first published...
umd:133522
Digital collection: Digital Collections
The signature here may be a play on note names: "Be natural, but be sharp."
umd:133526
Digital collection: Digital Collections
As one of the leading entertainers of his day, Patrick Gilmore played for several U.S. presidents. This 1887 ...
umd:133530
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Beginning in 1879, Gilmore and his band made regular appearances at Manhattan Beach. This concert was a memor...
umd:135673
Digital collection: Digital Collections
In August 1862, an Act of Congress discharged regimental bands from the Union Army. Gilmore, whose band had b...
umd:135678
Digital collection: Digital Collections
In addition to their summer concerts Gilmore's Band had a winter concert series in New York. These were held ...
umd:142544
Digital collection: Digital Collections
In 1878 Patrick Gilmore toured Europe with his band. Here we find a program from London's Crystal Palace. Con...
umd:143784
20) The Joy of Song (1925)
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The youngest participants in a San Francisco Music Week sing "America" at Excelsior Playground, circa 1925. F...
umd:143802
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Here we see Patrick Gilmore's Band in concert at Madison Square Garden in New York. Caption reads: "Roster of...
umd:146890
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Along with Mathew Arbuckle, Jules Levy (1838-1903) was one of Patrick Gilmore's most celebrated cornet player...
umd:147809
Digital collection: Digital Collections
In 1869, Patrick Gilmore organized the National Peace Jubilee in Boston. The forces conducted by Gilmore were...
umd:149141
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Patrick Gilmore died suddenly on September 24, 1892 in St. Louis. Just two days after his death, John Philip ...
umd:149146
Digital collection: Digital Collections
Unlike other bandleaders, Patrick Gilmore was not widely known as a composer. He did, however, write several ...