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Goldman Band
The Goldman Band circa 1922
The Goldman Band circa 1922
Background information
OriginNew York, New York
GenresConcert Band
Years active1918-2005
Labels
Past membersEdwin Franko Goldman Richard Franko Goldman

The Goldman Band was an American concert band founded in 1918 by Edwin Franko Goldman from his previous New York Military Band.[1] Both bands were based in New York City.

It was Goldman's contention that the New York symphony and orchestra musicians in the summer bands of the time, rarely rehearsed and did not take these performances very seriously. He saw the potential for starting a really good wind ensemble.

The Goldman Band's first concert under that name was in 1920 at Columbia University. The program was representative of Goldman's choices in transcriptions and original works including compositions of Johann Sebastian Bach, Victor Herbert, Edward MacDowell, Johan Svendsen, Ambroise Thomas, Richard Wagner, and Karl Michael Ziehrer.

For ninety-three years the Goldman Band performed free public concerts at a variety of venues in New York City, including on the Green at Columbia, Central Park, Prospect Park,[1] and at the Guggenheim Bandshell at Lincoln Center. Famous instrumental and vocal performers appeared with the band along with guest conductors such as Percy Grainger and Vivian Dunn. Traditional and classical works were performed as well as new works for band. Goldman requested new works for band from European composers including Ottorino Respighi, Albert Roussel, and Jaromir Weinberger. With professional musicians and endowment funds from the Guggenheim Foundation, the band was able to perform in New York and also tour the U.S. and Canada and perform on radio and television.

The Goldman Band was widely considered the successor to the John Philip Sousa band. Many of Sousa's musicians went on to play with the Goldman Band including Henry Heidelberg (piccolo); Johnny Carr, Raymond Scott, Emil Preiss and Joseph Chaney (clarinet);Del Staigers, Oscar B. Short and George Fee (cornet); Wayne Lewis (euphonium) and William Bell (tuba player). [2]

In 1983, the Guggenheim Foundation withdrew funding to concentrate on social justice issues, and the band had to start fundraising from other sources, and shortened their season to thirty-five concerts over a seven-week period.

Conductors after Edwin Franko Goldman[edit]

After Goldman's death at age 78 in 1956, his son, Richard Franko Goldman, took the podium until 1979; the year before his death in 1980.[1] Ainslee Cox served as co-conductor with Goldman beginning in 1968, and was sole conductor of the band from 1979 until his death in 1988.[3] Gene Young succeeded Cox as director until 1997. He was followed by David Eaton (1997-2000), and the last conductor was Christian Wilhjelm.[4]

Some premieres[edit]

Over the years a large number of famous composers have written for the band.[4] The Goldman Band gave the first complete performance of Percy Grainger's composition Lincolnshire Posy in the summer of 1937. The first performance of Darius Milhaud’s Suite française, Op. 248 was performed by the Goldman Band on June 13, 1945. The first performance of Arnold Schoenberg's Theme and Variations for Full Band, op.43a, was performed by the Goldman Band on June 27, 1946, with Richard Franko Goldman conducting.[5] On June 23, 1947 the band and a chorus of 200 performed the American premiere of Hector Berlioz’s Grande symphonie funèbre et triomphale. The band premiered Robert Russell Bennett's Rose Variations for cornet and band with James F. Burke (musician) as the cornet soloist. The band also premiered Bennett's last major composition for band, Autobiography, on June 22, 1977.

The band made numerous recordings for Capitol Records, American Decca, RCA Victrola, and New World Records.

Instrumentation[edit]

Instrumentation between 1930–1956, when the band consisted of 64 members, was four flutes, two oboes, one E-flat clarinet, one bass clarinet, nineteen clarinets (eight firsts, six seconds, five thirds), two alto saxophones, one tenor saxophone, one baritone saxophone, two bassoons, four cornets, four trumpets, five French horns[clarification needed], six trombones, two euphoniums, four tubas, two string basses, one harp, and three percussionists.

Cornet and trumpet soloists[edit]

Cornet solos were a featured attraction at most Goldman Band concerts. In 1960, Richard Franko Goldman began to use trumpet soloists in addition to cornet soloists. (Best viewed at 75% screen resolution.)

Ernest Williams
Waino Kauppi
Del Staigers
J. Frank Elsass
David C. Rosebrook
Leonard B. Smith
Raymond Crisara
James F. Burke
Syd Baker (Sydney Beckerman)
Soloist Tenure Position Comprehensive list of cornet solos performed in concert - June, July & August 1917 - 1980

* Denotes debut performance

** Band still known as The New York Military Band

Vincent Buono 1917 Cornet Soloist** "Neptune's Court"(Clarke)[6]

"The Emerald"(Goldman)[6]

Ernest Williams 1918-1922 [7] Principal Cornet Soloist

Cradle Song from "Jocelyn"(Godard) [8] Aria from "The Trumpeter Of Sackingen"(Nessler) [9] "Could My Songs Their Way Be Winging"(Hahn) [10]

"Plasir d'Amour"(Martini) [11] "It Was Not Thus To Be"(Nessler) [12] "Berceuse" from "Jocelyn"(Godard) [13] [14] Air from "Robert the Devil"(Meyerbeer) [13] [15] [16]

"Inflammatus"(Rossini) [17] [15] [12] [18] [19] "A Soldiers Dream"(Rogers) [20] "None But The Lonely Heart"(Tchaikovsky) [18] [21]

"Young Werner's Parting Song"(Nessler) [22] [21] "The Great Awakening"(Kramer)[23] "Serenade"(Schubert)[14] "I'll Sing These Songs of Araby"(Clay)[24]

"If Flowers Could Speak"(Zucca) [25] [26] "Ouray"(E.S.Williams) [27] [23] "Samson and Delilah"(Saint-Saens) [19] [20] [15] "The Lost Chord"(Sullivan) [28] [26] [29] [12]

Vincent Buono 1919-1922 Assistant Cornet Soloist "Cornet solo"[30]
Vincent Buono 1923 Principal Cornet Soloist

Air from "Mesfistofele"(Boito) [31] "Inflammatus"(Rossini) [32] [33] "The Lost Chord"(Sullivan) [34] [35] [36] "The Debutante"(Clarke) [37] "Because"(d'Hardelot) [37]

"The Pyramids"(Liberati) [38] "Neptune"(Clarke) [39] Aria from "The Trumpeter Of Sakingen"(Nessler) [32] "Serenade" (Schubert) [31]

Waino Kauppi 1924-1926 [40] Principal Cornet Soloist

"None But A Lonely Heart"(Tchaikovsky) [41] [42] [43] [44] [45] [46] "The Lost Chord"(Sullivan) [45] [47] [48] [49] "Fantasie Billiante" (Clarke) [50] "Oh Promise Me"(De Koven) [51]

"Serenade"(Schubert) [46] [52] "Aphrodite"(Goldman) [53] "Concert Fantasie" (Clarke) [42] "Samson and Delilah"(Saint-Saens) [54] "The Commadore" (Chambers) [55]

"A Soldiers Dream"(Rogers) [56] [41] [51] [42] [57] [55] [46] [58] [59] "Russian Fantasy"(Levy) [55] "The Debutante" (Clarke) [45] "Inflamattus"(Rossini) [43] [60] [47] [49] [52]

"The Volunteer"(Rogers)[60] [53] [61] "Remembrance Of Switzerland"(Liberati) [62] [53] "Carnival Of Venice"(Rogers) [46] "Carnival Of Venice" (Clarke) [43] [49] [61]

"Young Werner's Parting Song"(Nessler) [58] Overture "Poet And Peasant"(Suppe) [59] "It Was Not Thus To Be"(Nessler)[63]

Del Staigers 1926-1934 [64] Principal Cornet Soloist

"Carnival Of Venice"(Staigers) [65] [66] [67] [68] [69] [70] [71] [72] [73] [74] [75] "The Student's Sweetheart"(Bellestedt) [76] [77] [78] [67] [69] [79] [80] [70] [81] [82] [83] [84] [85]

"A Soldiers Dream"(Rogers) [86] [87] [88] [89] [90] [91] [92] [93] [94] [95] Aria from "Samson and Delilah"(Saint-Saens) [76] [86] [96] [81] [97] [98] [99] [100] [101]

"Inflamattus"(Rossini) [102] [103] [86] [104] [88] [78] [79] [105] [106] [93] [107] [108] [99] [109] [110] [101] [111] "Berceuse" from "Jocelyn" (Godard) [112] [113] [98] [114] [74] [115]

"Napoli" (Bellestedt) [116] [117] [118] [103] [119] [87] [120] [67] [96] [69] [121] [80] [71] [91] [93] [122] [123] [124] [125] [126] [114] [127] [101] [111] "The Volunteer"(Rogers) [128] [76]

"The Lost Chord"(Sullivan) [129] [116] [117] [130] [131] [132] [104] [133] [96] [134] [122] [112] [124] [73] [135] [136] [74] [101] [137] "Fantasie Brilliante" (Clarke) [116] [138]

"Twilight Dreams"(Clarke) [139] [140] [78] [68] [141] [142] [106] [92] [82] [83] [126] [98] [135] [74] [143] "The Debutante"(Clarke) [104] [144] [125] [145] [126]

"Carnival of Venice"(Clarke) [118] [146] [130] "Russian Fantasy"(Levy) [131] "The American Boy" [147] "None But The Lonely Heart"(Tchaikovsky) [139] [120] [68] [79] [94] [145] [100]

"Neptune's Court" (Clarke) [136] [114] "Rock Of Ages" (Barnhouse) [118] [139] [119] [104] [148] [149] [141] [150] [106] [72] [151] [107] "La Mandolinata" (Bellestedt) [136] [74] [127] [143]

"International Fantasie"(Staigers) [102] [132] [86] [152] [89] [149] [79] [91] [84] "Hazel"(Staigers) [133] [149] [80] [70] [107] [113] [93] "Fantasie Caprice"(Staigers) [97] [153]

"Princess Alice"(Bellestedt) [132] [154] [77] [155] [133] [150] [121] [70] [71] [134] [122] [72] [125] [126] [85] [98] [135] [114] "Tone Poem - Finlandia"(Sibelius) [156]

"At Dawning"(Cadman) [157] "Eili Eili"(Shallit) [103] [119] [77] [89] [68] [155] [158] [141] [134] [91] [107] [159] "Serenade"(Schubert) [120] [78] [160] [113] [85] [161] [162] [163]

"Oh Promise Me"(De Koven) [157] [121] [160] [137] "Farewell"(Bellestedt) [130] "Centennial Fantasia"(Bellestedt) [164] "Fantasy Caprice" (Bellestedt) [161]

"Fantasie Brilliante"(Bellestedt) [82] "Care Selve"(Handel) [83] "A Kiss In The Dark"(Herbert) [95] "Ruy Blas" (Mendelssohn) [156]

Aria "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice"(Saint-Saens) [140] [123] "Young Werner's Parting Song"(Nessler) [165] [140] [155] Air Varie"(DeBeriot) [145] [84]

Overture "Light Cavalry"(Suppe) [83] Excerpts from "Madame Butterfly"(Puccini) [166] "Fantasie Caprice Brilliante" [167] "Facilita" (Hartmann) [139]

Stewart Grow 1932 Cornet Soloist

"Cornet Solo" (Thursday)[168]"Cornet Solo" (Friday)[168]

Leona May Smith 1932 Guest Cornet Soloist

"Carnival Of Venice"(Staigers)(Thursday). [169][170] "Carnival Of Venice"(Staigers)(Friday). [169][170]

Frank Elsass 1934-1940 [171][172] Assistant Cornet Soloist

"Aphrodite"(Goldman) [111] [143] Aria from "Carmen"(Bizet) [173] [174] Aria from "Samson and Delilah"(Saint-Saens) [175] [176] [177] [178] [179] [180] [181] [182] [183] [184]

Aria from "Mignon"(Thomas) [185] [186] [180] "The Rosary" [187] Overture to "Sakuntala"(Goldmark) [188] "Thy Beaming Eyes"(MacDowell) [189] [177] [190] [191]

"Carnival of Venice"(Arban) [192] [188] [193] [194] [195] [196] [178] [187] [197] [190] [191] "Tramp,Tramp,Tramp"(Goldman) [110] [188] [193] [198] [195]

"Sans Souci" (Goldman) [101] [111] [163] [186] [199] [200] [201] "None But The Lonely Heart" (Tchaikovsky) [101] [137] [184] [202] [203] [204]

"A Soldier's Dream"(Rogers) [197] [205] [206] "Why"(Goldman) [207] [208] "La Mandolinata"(Bellestedt) [205] [209] [210] [211] [212] "Finnish Folksong" [213]

"Response"(Goldman) [214] [208] [215] [216] [217] [218] "Young Werner's Parting Song"(Nessler) [137] [219] [177] [220] [195] [221] "Fantasie" (Goldman)[219] [192]

"Valse Lulle"(Rogers) [127] [222] [223] [193] [224] [178] [187] [181] [182] [200] [210] [225] [203] [215] "Habanara" from "Carmen"(Bizet) [196] [178] [180] [225]

David Rosebrook 1935

[226] [227] [228]

Principal Cornet Soloist

"The Lost Chord"(Sullivan) [223]Aria from "Samson and Delilah"(Saint-Saens) [229] [188] [193] Aria from "Carmen"(Bizet) [173] "Merry Wives Of Windsor" [230]

Caprice "Flight of Fancy" (Rosebrook) [229] "Cornet Solo" (Rosebrook) [188] "Fantasie Caprice" (Rosebrook) [231]

"Carnival Of Venice"(Rosebrook) [231] [232] [233] [223] "Facilita" (Hartmann) [229] [219] [223] "The Volunteer" (Rogers) [229] [223]

"Inflamattus" (Rossini) [232] [193] "The Mighty Pacific"(Clarke) [232] "Fantasie on Enmet's Lullaby" [233] [219] "Serenade" (Schubert) [219]

Pietro Capodiferro 1935 Guest Cornet Soloist "Cornet Solo (Monday)"[234]"Cornet Solo (Tuesday)"[234]
Leonard B. Smith (Musician) 1936-1941 [235][201] Principal Cornet Soloist

"Inflammatus" (Rossini) [200] [210] [211] [190] [212] [204] [236] "Sans Souci" (Goldman) [198] [220] [187] [180] [184] [237] [225] [207] [238] [239] [240] [236] "Vignette"(Smith) [241]

"Scherzo"(Goldman) [214] [213] [242] [239] [240] [243] "Willow Echoes"(Simon) [224] [186] [244] [245] [191] [215] [216] [246] "Napoli"(Bellestedt) [175] [177] [180] [181] [247]

"O Don Fatale" (Verdi) [198] [195] [196] [178] [179] [185] [186] [197] [183] [199] [190] [204] [215] [213] [218]

"Eili Eili"(Shallit) [191] "Care Selve" (Handel) [180] [221] "Facilita" (Hartmann) [225] [203]

Aria from "Samson and Delilah" (Saint - Saens) [225] [213] "A Song Of India"(Rimsky-Korsakov) [185] [180] [221] [182] [199] [200] [225] [211] [240] "Zelda" (Cope) [242]

"A Kiss In The Dark"(Herbert) [245] "Ecstasy" (Smith) [182] [197] [201] [245] [217] [236] "Espanita" (Goldman) [211] [203] [242] [218] [243] [248] "Pacifica"(Smith) [241]

"Spanish Caprice"(Smith) [189] [173] [196] [249] [250] [184] [201] [190] [208] [251] [248] "The Lost Chord" (Sullivan) [185] [181] [244] [245] [174] [216] [243]

"The Harp Of Tara"(Rogers) [200] [184] [244] [210] [206] [215] [252] [216] [246] [253] "American Caprice"(Goldman) [241] [251] [246] [236] "Caro Mio Ben"(Giordani) [173] [220]

"Irish Fantasie"(Rogers) [195] [178] [187] [254] [248] "None But The Lonely Heart"(Tchaikovsky) [196] "Sounds From The Hudson"(Clarke) [198] "Princess Alice" (Bellestedt) [203]

Aria from "Don Carlos" (Verdi) [255] [178] Aria from "Lucrezia Borgia" [175] "Among The Stars"(Goldman) [190] "Young Werner's Parting Song" [191] [174]

"Voices Of Spring" [214] [204] [208] [251] "In The Twilight"(Goldman) [240] "Finale - New World Symphony"(Dvorak)[217][256] "Hayden Trumpet Concerto" [257] [243] [236] [253]

George Fee 1936 Cornet Soloist "Cornet solo"[258]
Leona May Smith 1940 Guest Cornet Soloist

"Scherzo"(Goldman)[259] [252]

Del Staigers 1942 Principal Cornet Soloist

"Rock Of Ages"(Barnhouse) [260] "The Lost Chord"(Sullivan) [261] [262] "Fantasie"(Staigers) [262] "Princess Alice"(Bellestedt) [263] [260] [264] "Eili Eili"(Shallit)[265] [266]

"Valse Caprice(Hazel)"(Staigers) [264] "Scherzo"(Goldman) [265] [261] "Carnival Of Venice"(Staigers) [261] "Stabat Mater"(Rossini) [266]

"The Student's Sweetheart"(Bellestedt) [265] "Carnival Of Venice"(Benedict) [263] "Finale - New World Symphony" (Dvorak)[267]

"None But The Lonely Heart"(Tchaikovsky) [264]

Raymond Crisara 1941-1942 [268] Assistant Cornet Soloist "Sans Souci" (Goldman)[260][269]"Hayden Trumpet Concerto" [270][264][262]"Willow Echoes"(Simon)[266][261][262]

"A Soldier's Dream"(Rogers)[266] "Young Werner's Parting Song" (Nessler)[264] "American Caprice"(Goldman)[264]"Response"(Goldman)[271][261]

James F. Burke (Musician) 1943-1974 [272][273][274][275][276] Principal Cornet Soloist

"Carnival Of Venice" (Arban) [277] [278] [279] [280] [281] [282] [283] [284] [285] [286] [287] [288] [289] [290] [291] [292] [293] [294] [295] [296] [297] [298] [299] [300] [301] [302] [303] [304] [305] [306] [307] [308] [309] [310] [311] [312] [313] [314] [315] [316] [317] [318] [319] [320] [321] [322] [323] [324] [325] [326] [327] [328] [329]

"Columbian Fantasy (War Song)" (Rogers) [330] [331] [332] [333] [334] [335] [336] [337] [338] [339] [279] [340] [283] [341] [287] [342] [343] [344] [345] [346] [291] [295] [347] [293] [348] [349] [350] [301] [305] [351] [352] [353] [309] [354] [355] [313] [356] [322] [357] [358] [359] [323]

"The Bugler"(Goldman) [360] [361] [362] [363] [333] [334] [364] [365] [366] [367] [368] [369] [340] [370] [284] [341] [343] [290] [371] [294] [295] [372] [298] [373] [374] [375] [306] [351] [311] [316] [318] [376] [377] [378] [379] [380] [381] [382] [383]

"Scherzo"(Goldman) [384] [365] [336] [337] [338] [385] [386] [387] [281] [343] [289] [345] [388] [292] [347] [348] [297] [389] [301] [302] [303] [375] [305] [306] [351] [313] [390] [391] [392] [377] [393] [379] [394] [357] [383] [395] [396]

"Introduction and Tarentella"(Goldman) [397]* [344] [346] [290] [295] [296] [389] [373] [375] [304] [305] [352] [398] [353] [355] [399] [390] [356] [391] [379] [400] [321] [381] [357] [401] [402] [358] [323]

"Eili Eili"(Shallit) [403] [404] [330] [405] [363] [333] [364] [332] [365] [337] [406] [407] [280] [408] [287] [346] [388] [349] [409] [389] [308] [410] [353] [356] [411] [313]

"Land Of The Free"(Rogers) [360] [361] [403] [412] [363] [413] [384] [335] [414] [407] [415] [280] [285] [286] [287] [388] [371] [372] [298] [303] [374] [416]

"Inflammattus"(Rossini) [417] [336] [406] [414] [408] [289] [345] [298] [299] [375] [304] [398] [418] [355] [312] [314] [399] [382] [419] [395]

"Concert Waltz"(Goldman) [420]* [347] [293] [349] [294] [296] [421] [301] [304] [410] [398] [353] [390] [318] [416] [392] [422] [423] [424] [395]

"A Soldiers Dream"(Rogers) [403] [405] [412] [425] [417] [332] [286] [345] [426] [427] [428] [320] [400] [419] [429] "Jolene Waltz" (Leidzen) [278] [280]

"Sans Souci"(Goldman) [361] [405] [363] [413] [406] [341] [430] [431] [312] [411] "American Caprice"(Goldman) [362] [363] [432] [340] [288] [389] [429] [401]

"Response"(Goldman) [362] [417] [365] [335] [406] [407] [386] [281] [283] [341] [285] [399] "The Volunteer"(Rogers) [288] [344] [354] [382] [383] "Killarney"(Balfe) [433]

"The Harp Of Tara"(Rogers) [434] [287] [374] [352] [309] [355] [399] [316] [416] [435] "A Trumpeter's Lullaby"(Anderson) [393] [436]"O Don Fatale"(Verdi) [288] [351] [352] [308]

"The Lost Chord"(Sullivan) [417] [336] [280] [434] [348] [304] [418] [437] "Hayden Trumpet Concerto" 2nd. Mvmt (Andante) [283] [341] [308] "Napoli"(Bellestedt) [438]

"The Magic Trumpet"(Burke) [377] [378] [422] [379] [439] [440] [400] [394] [381] [383] [419] [402] [437] "Hocus Polka"(Burke) [314] [318] [377] [379] [441] [436] [442]

"Twilight Tune"(Burke) [443] [411] [376] [440] [419] [444] "Danza Allegre"(Burke) [402] [445] [446] [324] [447] [448] "Amourette"(Burke) [429]* [326]

"Joneta"(Burke) [428] [382] [401] "The Runaway Trumpet"(Burke) [378] [422] [439] [449] "Concerto No. 1 for Cornet"(Williams) [277] [284] [434]

"Valse Lulle"(Rogers) [373] [374] [375] [306] [352] [309] "Willow Echoes"(Simon) [403] "Espanita"(Goldman) [365] [414] "Kiss Me Again"(Herbert) [332] [394]

"Stars In A Velvety Sky"(Clarke) [438] [320] [321] [429] [395] [444] [450] "The Debutante"(Clarke) [364] [365] [401] [325] "Twilight Dreams"(Clarke) [368] [386]

"A Kiss In The Dark"(Herbert) [418] [353] [436] [449] "Andante and Scherzo"(Barat) [451] [399] "Jota" (Mendez) [442] [322] "La Virgin de la Macarena" [447] [452] [453]

"Finale - New World Symphony"(Dvorak)[454] "None But The Lonely Heart"(Tchaikovsky) [455] "Vienna Dreams"(Sieczynski) [442]

Edna White 1949 Guest Cornet Soloist Probably "At The Beach" (Thompson) 2 performances[456]
Mel Broiles 1960-1964 Trumpet Soloist

"Demetrios"(Broiles) [457]* "Cornucopia"(Broiles) [359]* [458] "Hummel Trumpet Concerto" [459] [460] [450] [461]

"Mozart Trumpet Concerto" [462] "Unspecified Trumpet Solo" [437] [463] Air From "Carmen"(Bizet) [323]

"Vernal Equinox"(Broiles) [464]* "Divertimento Concerto for Trumpet 3rd Mvmt."(Blacher) [444]*

Jack Holland 1965-1966 Trumpet Soloist

"Hayden Trumpet Concerto" [465] "Hummel Trumpet Concerto" [466]

"Trumpet Solo" [467] [328] [468] [453] [469] [470]

Donald Benedetti 1967-1969 Cornet/Trumpet Soloist "At The Beach"(Thompson)[471]

"Unspecified Trumpet Solo"[472] [473][474]

"Hayden Trumpet Concerto"(Complete) OR "Hummel Trumpet Concerto"(Complete) [475] [476]

Kirby Jolly 1971-1973 Cornet Soloist "Unspecified Cornet Solo"

[477] [478] [479] [480] [481] [482] [483]

Jack Laumer 1972-1974 Trumpet Soloist "Unspecified Trumpet Solo"

[484] [485] [486] [487] [488]

Carol Abbe 1974 Cornet Soloist "Cornet Solo"(Possibly "Napoli")(Bellestedt)[489][490]
Syd Baker

(Sydney Beckerman)

1971-1974 Assistant Cornet Soloist "Cornet Solo"

[491] [492] [493] [480] [494] [495] [489] [487] [488]

Syd Baker

(Sydney Beckerman)

1975 Principal Cornet Soloist "Sans Souci" (Goldman)[496]
Frank Scimonelli 1976 Post Horn Soloist "Post Horn Gallop"[497]
Frank Hosticka 1976-2005 [498] Principal Cornet Soloist

"Cornet Solo" [499] [500] [501] [502] [503] [504] [505] [506] [507]

"The Bugler" [508] "Caprice"(Code) [509]

Vincent DiDea 1977-1985 [498] Cornet Soloist "La Virgin de La Macarena"(Mendez)[510]"Cornet Solo"[511][503][512][513]

(Performed 'Carnival of Venice'(Arban) as witnessed by Frank Hosticka & Douglas Hedwig)

Ralph Schwartz 1978 Trumpet Soloist "Trumpet Solo"[514]
Douglas Hedwig 1980-1985 [498] Cornet/Trumpet Soloist

"From The Shores Of The Mighty Pacific" [504][515] "The Debutante" (Clarke)[516] "Concertino For Trumpet And Band"(Whitney)[517]

"Music From The Merry Widow"(Lehar)[498] "Hayden Trumpet Concerto"[518] "Invocation For Trumpet And Winds"(Starer)[519]

"Concert Etude"(Goedicke) and "Reverie"(Starer)[520] "Return and Rebuild The Desolate Places"(Hovhaness)[521][522]

Mel Broiles 1980 Trumpet Soloist "Trumpet Solo"[523]

Cornet Trios, Quartets and Quintets[edit]

Cornet trios (and the occasional quartet or brass quintet) were also featured at many Goldman Band concerts. The trio of Leonard B. Smith (Musician), Frank Elsass and John "Ned" Mahoney were known as "The Three Aces".[524]

The Three Aces
Seasons Cornet Trio/Quartet/Quintet Examples Of Trios/Quartets/Quintets Performed In Concert
1921 Ernest Williams, Carl Maurer[525][526] & Jacob Hager[526] "The Three Solitaires" (Herbert)[11]
1926 Waino Kauppi, Carl Maurer & Mr. Distel "The Three Solitaires" (Herbert)[59]
1927-1929 Del Staigers, Carl Maurer & Samuel Miller[228]

"The Three Solitaires" (Herbert) [76] [165] [140] [88] [89] [68] [155] [69] [121]

1930 Del Staigers, Oscar B. Short[527] & George Fee[527]

"The Three Solitaires"(Herbert) [528] [529] [530] [531]

1931 Del Staigers, Oscar B. Short & George Fee

Del Staigers, Oscar B. Short & Samuel Miller

"The Three Solitaires"(Herbert) [123] [107]

"The Three Solitaires"(Herbert) [94] [532] [113]

1932 Del Staigers, Oscar B. Short & Stewart Grow

Del Staigers, Oscar B. Short, Wayne Lewis (Euphonium),[527] Nicola Gallucci (Tenor Horn) & Max Wockenfus (Trombone)

"The Three Solitaires"(Herbert) [84] [108]

"Die Meistersinger(Quintet)"(Wagner) [98]

1933-1934 Del Staigers, Oscar B. Short & Samuel Miller

Del Staigers, Oscar B. Short, Frank Elsass & Samuel Miller

Del Staigers, Oscar B. Short, Wayne Lewis (Euphonium),[527] Nicola Gallucci (Tenor Horn) & Max Wockenfus (Trombone)

"The Three Solitaires"(Herbert) [111] [163] [137]

"The Trumpeters (Quartet)" (Leidzen) [110]

"Die Meistersinger(Quintet)"(Wagner) [100] [74] [115]

1935 David Rosebrook, Pietro Capodiferro & Frank Elsass "The Three Solitaires" (Herbert)[234]
1936 Leonard B. Smith (Musician), Frank Elsass & George Fee "The Three Solitaires" (Herbert)[533]
1937-1940 Leonard B. Smith (Musician), Frank Elsass & John "Ned" Mahoney

"Air and Variations"(Handel) [199] [534] [535] [237] [536] [191] [537] [252]

"Echoes From The Catskills" (Rogers) [221] [181] [182] [197]

"The Three Solitaires" (Herbert) [221] [538] [174] [242]

"Echo Waltz"(Goldman) [539] [199] [250] [237] [205] [210] [211] [208] [540] [216] [242] [218]

1941 Leonard B. Smith (Musician), Raymond Crisara & John "Ned" Mahoney

"Echo Waltz" (Goldman) [255] [240] [246] [236] [248]

"The Three Solitaires" (Herbert) [243] [236]

"Air and Variations"(Handel) [251] [246] [243] [253]

1942 Del Staigers, Raymond Crisara & Mr. Jacobson

"Echo Waltz" (Goldman) [260] [541] [265] "The Three Solitaires"[271]

"Exhaltation"(Goldman)[541] [265]

1950-1957 James F. Burke (Musician), John "Ned" Mahoney (likely) & unknown

"Bugler's Holiday"(Anderson) [436] [320]

"Echo Waltz"(Goldman) [292] [293] [348] [296] [299]

1958 James F. Burke (Musician), Robert Nagel & John "Ned" Mahoney

"Trumpets of Spain"(Nagel) *debut performance [542]

1964 James F. Burke (Musician), Syd Baker & Donald Benedetti

"Bugler's Holiday"(Anderson) [463]

1966 James F. Burke (Musician), Syd Baker & Kirby Jolly

"Echo Waltz" (Goldman) [543] [469] "Bugler's Holiday"(Anderson) [470]

1978 Frank Hosticka, Vincent DiDea & Douglas Hedwig

"Bugler's Holiday" (Anderson)[544] "The Three Solitaires" (Herbert)[544]

1984 Frank Hosticka, Vincent DiDea & Douglas Hedwig

"Cornet Trio" [506]

Cessation of operations[edit]

In April 2005, negotiations between the band's negotiating committee and the board of directors broke down after the committee failed to get an extension to play at their Memorial Day concert. The board of directors presented various offers with other band members; among them was a proposal to remove five musicians from the band to 48 players. According to then-secretary Mark Heter, the reduction "would not have cut any of the band's 45 tenured posts." The offer also included removing musicians from the board of directors, as well as eliminating the season guarantee from their concerts.[545] However, the committee declined their offer on May 22.[546] Five days later, on May 27, the Goldman Band ceased operations, ending 87 years of service.[546][547]

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