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Pan-American Exposition of 1901

Music at the Pan-American Exposition, Organists, Orchestras, Bands, Buffalo, 1901: Index


Guide Cover

"The Coral Harp" - Cover Art for the Guide, Music at the Pan-American Exposition, Organists, Orchestras, Bands. Artist: Alice Russell Glenny. Source: Cover page for Music at the Pan-American Exposition, Organists, Orchestras, Bands. [Buffalo, N.Y.: Pan-American Exposition Co.], 1901. Courtesy of Kerry S. Grant.

Music at the Pan-American Exposition, Organists, Orchestras, Bands, Buffalo, 1901 was the official guide published by the Pan-American Exposition Company. It contains a history of the organ built by Emmons Howard, biographies of seventy-one of the organists who performed at the Temple of Music during the exposition, a schedule of band performances, and brief histories of the major bands performing at the exposition. It also contains images of most of the organists, band directors, soloists, and bands, the Temple of Music and its sculpture, and scenes of the bandstands. Having been prepared before all arrangements had been made for performances, the guide does not contain a complete listing of all organists or bands that eventually performed at the Exposition.

Indexes to the organists, conductors, soloists, bands and orchestras, images of the Temple of Music and other Exposition scenes, and sculpture in Music at the Pan-American Exposition, Organists, Orchestras, Bands, Buffalo, 1901 are available below.


Indexes


Organists



Conductors



Soloists



Bands and Orchestras



Temple of Music and Other Scenes



Sculpture by Isidore Konti depicting music