John Hazel (3)

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(1865 - 1948) American cornetist. Guest soloist with Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore’s famed 22nd Regiment Band in New York City. Soon a national music magazine of the time hailed him as “one of the greatest cornetists the world has produced.” From 1903 to 1907, Hazel was invited to record several solos and duets for Edison Records. In addition, he also performed on hundreds of records with the Edison studio band and orchestra.

He wrote and arranged numerous compositions for performance by the Repasz Band. Some of his most famous marches are still performed today. In 1995, the Repasz Band and Williamsport’s Scottish Rite Imperial Teteque Band featured a guest trumpet soloist, Dr. Mark Murray, as a fund raising effort to provide a permanent interactive exhibit dedicated to John Hazel at the Lycoming County Historical Society’s Museum in Williamsport.
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8569 John Hazel (3) - The Two Comrades Polka album art John Hazel (3) And Frank Seltzer John Hazel (3) And Frank Seltzer - The Two Comrades Polka(Cyl, 2min) Edison Gold Moulded Records 8569 US 1903 Sell This Version
8569 John Hazel (3) - The Two Comrades Polka album art John Hazel (3) And Frank Seltzer John Hazel (3) And Frank Seltzer - The Two Comrades Polka Edison Gold Moulded Records 8569 US 1903 Sell This Version
8598 John Hazel (3) - Two Of Us album art John Hazel (3) & Frank Seltzer John Hazel (3) & Frank Seltzer - Two Of Us(Cyl, 2min, RP) Edison Gold Moulded Records 8598 US 1904 Sell This Version