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Henry Fillmore (1881-1956) was the most colorful bandman of his time, and that era stretched across fifty vibrant years during which he probably wrote more band music ? much of it under assumed names ? than any composer/bandmaster in history. Fillmore?s background in his family?s publishing house, the Fillmore Brothers Company of Cincinnati, led him at an early age down a variety of productive paths as a composer, including those of the hymn, popular overture, fox-trot, waltz, and his own particularly lucrative specialty ? the trombone novelty, such as Lassus Trombone, Bone?s Trombone or Shoutin? Liza Trombone. His irrepressible talent for marches produced a string of masterpieces uniquely of his own flavor.
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