Ives, Darius Albert 20.sep.1876-13.aug.1934 USA Iowa, Des Moines - Massachusetts, Boston
cornetist, bandmaster, since early childhood residing in Boston, 1906-1932 bandmaster of the Ives' Band of Boston Massachusetts, called into service with his band when the United States entered the World War, 1914 bandmaster of the Boston Musicians' Protective Association Band which he conducted 14.may.1914 at the military requiem mass for Corp Daniel L Hagerty at St Patrick's Church in Boston Cambridge, 1918 bandmaster of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1921-1923 examiner of music in the Boston public schools, 1924 instructor of the Boston Police Band, music teacher at Phillips Andover Academy and Winthrop High School, he organized the bugle and drum corps of the Oliver Ames Legion of Cambridge and the Medford Legion Bugle and Drum Corps, 1931 instructor of the Boston University Band, 9-12.apr.1931 committee member in the second annual convention of the American Bandmasters' Association in Boston in honor of Patrick Gilmore, attended by 400 musicians and John Philip Sousa as one of the bandmasters ; 30.jun.1902 in Boston Medford he married Mabel Frances Robinson (Boston 13.jan.1873-2.feb.1934 Boston)

Title Parts

[] Fusilier march. Wind band
dedication : the Boston Fusilier Association
performed by the Ives' Band under D. A. Ives in the program "The World and Its Players" broadcasted on radio Station WEEI, Boston 7dec1926

[] Captain McKenzie march. Wind band with solo or 1st B flat trumpet, cornet
dedication : Captain Clarence J. McKenzie of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company
music D. A. Ives (as correctly given by the publisher)
music D. Alves (as wrongly given by Rehrig/Bierley Heritage of Band Music 1991)
pub Carl Fischer, New York 29jan1931

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