Item IT0002 - Mounted police waltzes

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CA ACU GBA C0178-FL0001-IT0002

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Mounted police waltzes

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  • 1879 (creation)

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1 musical score (10 p.)

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music by St. George B. Crozier

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      Toronto : A & S Nordheimer

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      "Dedicated to Lieutenant Colonel Macleod, Commanding Comissioner of the North West Mounted Police."

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      St. George B. Crozier, teacher, conductor, composer, 1814-1892, born in Dover, England, issued his quick march "Those Evening Bells" in 1846. He was appointed organist at St. Andrews Church in Belleville and music director of Albert College in 1871. (CEM, 1981, p.246).

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      A recording of Mounted Police Waltzes, made by by John Barron, Dan Key, and Tony Cashman is available (RCT- 897).

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      01.01

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      00012176023

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      Sheet music

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