James M. Fulton  (1873-1940)
Last updated: 22.04.17
According to the Internet source given below, James Melville Fulton was born in Washington, Pennsylvania.. He studied cornet, violin, euphonium and tuba. Fulton became the conductor of the American Band in Waterbury CT in 1899 changing its name to the "Fulton American Band". He later left the band to his brother, Bert Fulton, in order to lead the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra..
He transcribed orchestral works for Band bringing him into contact with Victor Herbert. His compositions include at least 233 known published works made up of 142+ Marches, 8 Overtures, 5 Polkas, 5 Schottisches, 4 Cakewalks, 4 Gallops, 22 Waltzes, and 43 other miscellaneous work
He died in Belmont, Massachusetts.


Websites :
url15.gif Forgotten American Music An extensive domain dedicated to James M. Fulton by Jeff Yaeger  
Further sheet music at DBE: ON HOLD
James M. Fulton  (1873-1940) has at least 1 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.

In the Flower Crowned Green Mountains of Vermont
Music by James M. Fulton. Words by: George H Summers.
Publisher: M. Witmark and Sons
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Printed: 1900. Sheet Music 5 pages.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 21 works by James M. Fulton (1873-1940). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Key: Items on hold

Belle of Philadelphia March (1897)
Tipperary - Song (1907) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Fulton Co-Authors: J.F. Helf, Leo Curley Words by: J. Fred Helf, Leo Curley
Battleship Oregon March (1899)
New Tipperary (1908) wvicon.gif
Co-Author: J.F. Helf
Kinky Kinks March (1899)
The Aviator (1909)
The Grotto March (1900)
Battleship Connecticut (1909) wvicon.gif
In the Flower Crowned Green Mountains of Vermont (1900) amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Words by: George H Summers
The Indomitable (1909) wvicon.gif
The Pioneer (1900) wvicon.gif
Tattle Tale (1909)
Colored Delegates (1901) wvicon.gif
Bit of Blarney (?)
I'm Expectin' a Special Delivery (1901) wvicon.gif
Words by: Geo. H. Summers
Lonesome Little Me (?)
Words by: Leo Curley
Katzenjammer March (1901)
Wee Bit O'Scotch (?)
Ragged Raglets (1902)
Tipperary (n.d.) wvicon.gif
A Tale of Tokio (1904) wvicon.gif
Words by: Gerald Kelley