Difference between revisions of "Cowboy Band of Simmons University 1928"
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The Cowboy Band of Simmons University (now Hardin-Simmons) performs "The Whistling Farmer Boy," after which the band director, D. O. Wiley, discusses its discovery. Mr. Wiley later became the director of the Texas Tech band (in 1934).
General Interview Information
Interviewee Name: Cowboy Band of Simmons University
Additional Parties Recorded:
Date: Fall 1928
Location: Dallas, Texas
Length: 15 minutes
Tape 1, Side 1:
Introduction of the United States Navy Band,
Introduction of the Cowboy Band,
"Whistling Farmer Boy" song played,
D. O. Wiley introduces members of the band,
Discovery of record and consequent discovery of the entire taped program described
Tape 1, Side 2:
Range Dates: 1928
Bulk Dates: 1928
Original Recording Format:
Recording Format Notes:
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