UNIFORMED BAND MEMBER AND HIS TUBA

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A uniformed band member poses for his studio portrait. He is holding his tuba and standing in front of a music stand. His plumed band hat rests on a large piece of furniture beside him. The photographer is unidentified. To view other photographs of musicians, click on the category “Musicians”.

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Published in: on February 16, 2014 at 11:42 am  Comments (2)  
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  1. Actually there are two hats lying there.

  2. An excellent photograph. I think the tuba is an E-flat Conn in silver. The bandsman’s uniform is similar to those of a regimental band attached to a state militia/national guard. It’s a shame there is no photographer’s mark. His cap or shako probably has a name badge that would give a clue if we could only see it.


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