Local music history — ‘A music loving community’

  • There was standing room only for the concert of the Glens Falls Boy Scout Band Feb. 11, 1923 at Church of the Messiah Parish House.
  • Music news from Bolton Landing in 1875 made its way over Tongue Mountain and on through Hague to Ticonderoga.
  • A Post-Star advertisement on Feb. 24, 1923 announced that Baritone C.B. Stewart of Troy would be guest soloist at the Adirondack Male Chorus “Grand Concert” Feb. 28 at Parish Hall in Glens Falls.
  • “Don’t forget to take your wife, mother, sister or someone else’s sister to the concert and recital Saturday evening.” — Middle Granville correspondent to The Granville Sentinel, Aug. 14, 1891.

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Freelance history writer and documentary film producer from Ticonderoga, NY

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