United States Marine Band. National Emblem March. National Emblem March, "Lights Out" March (Shellac, 10").
Arthur Pryor's Band (1903) Mr. Black Man (Pryor). Arthur Pryor & Sousa Band Blue Bells of Scotland. Pryor's Arthur Band La forge dans la foret. Arthur Pryor Band The Whistler and His Dog - 1925. Arthur Pryor's Band (1906) Razzaza-Mazzaza (A Ragtime Two-Step).
Arthur Willard Pryor (September 22, 1869 – June 18, 1942) was a trombone virtuoso, bandleader, and soloist with the Sousa Band. He was a prolific composer of band music, his best-known composition being "The Whistler and His Dog". In later life, he became a Democratic Party politician from New Jersey, who served on the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders during the 1930s.
Although Arthur Pryor's reissued recordings have cropped up piecemeal here and there on ragtime, cakewalk, and early 20th century band compilations since the LP era, shockingly few CDs have been released under his name. The first of these, Crystal's Arthur Pryor, Trombone Soloist of the Sousa Band, appeared in 1997. As the title implies, the collection focuses largely upon Pryor's slip-horn virtuosity, not only when backed by the Sousa and Pryor bands, but also by way of the intimacy associated with chamber or parlor music.
Arthur Pryor's Band - Victor 17957 - Garde du Corps March. Arthur Pryor's Band - Victor 17957 - National Emblem March.
Semper fidelis march.
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Written-By – Bagley*
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.