Andrews, Albert 6.apr.1894-4.mar.1964 USA Pennsylvania, Freeland - California, Los Angeles
3.oct.1912-10.jun.1914 enlisted in the US Army 10th Infantry, 1914-1916 residing at 602 Ridge Main Street in Freeland, 29.may.1916 enlisted in the Regiment Artillery at Fort Slocum New York City, 12.jun.1917-30.aug.1919 in WWI he served as corporal bandmaster in France and in the campaigns of Montdidier-Noyon (9-13.jun.1918), Aisne-Marne (18.jul-6.aug.1918), Saint Mihiel (12-16.sep.1918) and Meuse-Argonne (26.sep-11.nov.1918), until 28.may.1920 as corporal in the Company 28 Infantry at Camp Zachary Taylor residing in Louisville Kentucky, 1929-1930 residing in Freeland and  enlisted as musician in the United States Army Band boarding at the Military Barracks of the United States Military Reservation The Army War College in Washington DC, 1932-1940 as musician (1940 calling himself soldier) at the Army War College residing at 200 apt 309 Massachusetts Avenue north west in Washington DC, 30.jun.1944 he retired with the rank Chief warrant officer from military service ; son of Henry Andrews (Pennsylvania -) and Bertha Kresge (Pennsylvania -) ; 19.jun.1920 in New Albany Indiana (ie Louisville Kentucky) he married the wedding-loving Blanche Maren Rowley (Indiana, New Albany 1.dec.1894-29.aug.1946 New Albany), 11.mar.1919 she had married Brashear, 7.may.1921 she married Mastrson, 15.oct.1923 Schears, c1927 Slaughterback, 17.apr.1932 Simms, 1939 Lee, she died as Richardson ; 15.oct.1930 in Washington DC he married employee of the US Army Corps of Engineers Grace Ball Russell (Texas, Chico 14.apr.1894-28.mar.1983 Kentucky, Fulton)

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[] In tempest and calm. March. Wind band
dedication : Respectfully dedicated to Dr. Hugo Eckener and the crew of the Graf Zeppelin by Albert Andrews a member of the Army Band
pub Albert Andrews, Washington DC 1937
performed by the United States Army Band under William J. Stannard at the Army War College, Washington DC 8aug1929

after publication 1937 it became a very popular piece of military bands, the earliest performances being :
performed by the 7th Cavalry Band under Herman Webel at the 82nd Field Artillery Area, Fort Bliss, El Paso Texas 8jun1938
performed by the 7th Field Artillery Band of Fort Ethan Allen under Henry Bellman at the Post bandstand, Burlington Vermont 30jun1938
performed by the 12th Cavalry Band under H. L. Dalton in the Fort Brown bandstand, Brownsville Texas 31oct1940

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