Conductor, W. Walker from the Citadel, Bristol (Soloist, HAROLD WALKER> )
For over forty years Boscombe's Salvation Army has had a band. During the last six or seven years the band to be heard this afternoon has played at the Crystal Palace and Queen's Hall.
W. Walker. who handles the baton for this programme, became bandmaster some ten years ago. He has been connected with Salvation Army bands for fifty years, beginning as a boy in his home town. Keswick in Cumberland. In his absence the band is led by his deputy, Sylvester Henning , who is also a pianist.
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