Adams, Walter James 5.may.1918-?? England, London Chelsea - ?, ?
trombonist, bandmaster, major, ARCM bandmastership, born at 26 Worlds End Passage, educated at Southall Schools, studied at the Royal College of Music in London, 1932 entered the Britsh Army as a band boy, trombonist in the 2nd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, 1941 member in the band of the Welsh Guards, 1942-1945 studied at the Royal Military School of Music in Kneller Hall, August 1945-1947 bandmaster of the 2nd Battallion Cheshire Regiment, 1947 bandmaster of the 22nd Cheshire Regiment stationed at the Whittington Barracks in Lichfield Staffordshire, 1948 part-time teacher of wind instruments of the Birmingham Education Committee, 1958 bandmaster of the Gold Coast Regiment band, after the independence named Ghana Army band, 1961 retiring from military service he devoted himself to teaching, ? still living after 2011, ? still living 2020 ; son of general dealer Charles Adams and Maud Alice Flood ; 1941 in Weston-super-Mare Somerset he married Sybil Edith Hatch (Somerset, Long Ashton 8.aug.1917-14.apr.2011 Cambridgeshire, Cottenham, last residence Leicestershire, Leicester)

Title Parts

[] Britisch Infantry March. Military band
[] Cairo Road March. Military band
[] City of Chester March. Military band
[] The Duke of York's Command March. Military band
[] Escort to the Colour. March. Military band
[] Royal Buglers March. Military band
[] Regimental call and assembly march (100 Pipers & The miller of Dee)
22nd Cheshire Regiment / D. E. Price. British military bands on parade. Decca D141D4 1981

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