Arbogast, Walter K 21.mar.1867-2.jul.1936 USA Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh
trumpeter, bandmaster, he sounded the bugle call taps at all Temple Shrine meetings, 1888-1890 as musician residing with his parents at 15 Watson Street, 1899 bandmaster of the Electric Band of McKeesport Pennsylvania, 1900 as musician residing at 405 Hastings Street, 1910 as theatre musician residing at 52 Southern Avenue, 1911-1917 bandmaster of the Pittsburgh Commandery Band, 1916 he had formed his own Arbogast Military Band, 1912-1921 as band musician residing at 69 Harwood Street, 18.jul.1918 he conducted the Pennsylvania Reserve Militia 3th Regiment Band at Camp Stewart Mt. Gretna to a crowd of 8000, 14.jun.1921 he left for a travel through Europe: England, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Gibraltar and Israel, 10.aug.1921 he left from Southhampton back to New York, 1921-1923 bandmaster of the Syria Temple Shrine Band of Pittsburgh, he also sang in the chorus of 100 male voices in the Syria Temple Shrine shows, 18.sep.1924 bandmaster at a three day meeting of 50000 nobles and their womenfolk as guests of the Crescent temple Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine in Atlantic City, 1930 as theatre musician residing at 2693 West Liberty Street, 1936 residing at 336 Amber Street ; son of music teacher Sigismund Arbogast (France Alsace, Rooschwoog 31.jan.1821-5.apr.1891 Pittsburgh) and Dorothea Christe (France Alsace, Oberbetschdorf 30.mar.1828-2.sep.1899 Pittsburgh) ; 1893 he married Agnes May Schmidt (15.aug.1866-5.apr.1912 Pittsburgh)

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[] Electric Band march. 1899
[] Naval Reserve march
pub Mace Gay, Brockton Massachusetts 1894

[] Pittsburgh Commandery march
performed by the Arbogast Military Band at the opening night of the week long Schenley Park Concerts, Pittsburgh 13aug1916

[] Parade of the Templars. March. Piano
pub Volkwein Bros., Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 12may1917

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