Arthur Pryor: Trombone Soloist of the Sousa Band
Known as the “Paganini of the Trombone”, Arthur Pryor was a star attraction for John Philip Sousa’s band in the late 1800’s. Having played about 10,000 solos in his career, Pryor expressed a dazzling technique that was unequaled for his time. On these remastered historic recordings from 1901-1911, backed by the Sousa Band and more, you’ll hear 26 tracks such as “Blue Bells of Scotland, “Intermezzo-Forever,” “We Won’t Go Home Until Morning,” “Stay in Your Own Back Yard,” “My Old Kentucky Home,” “The Patriot-Polka,” and more. “Beautifully remastered”—Fanfare.