Orion R. Farrar  (1866-1929)
Last updated: 27.04.22
According to the Internet source given below, Orion R Farrar was an American march composer born in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1866. He studied theory, composition, and cornet at the Dana Musical Institute, Warren, Ohio. He organized and lead the Indiana State Band, the Ohio State Band the Youngstown Military Band, Ohio. In 1915, he conducted the Lima, Ohio Municipal Band. He is generally assumed to have died in California. He is most remembered for Bombasto (1895), Indiana State Band (1896) and Hi Henry's Triumphal (1900).

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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 29 works by Orion R. Farrar (1866-1929). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Americus 1887  wvicon.gif
Northeastern Ohio Band Association Overture 1891  wvicon.gif
Sergeant Ficken's March 1891  wvicon.gif
Columbiana 1892  Pub.
McCune Cadets 1894  wvicon.gif
Alhotas 1895
Bombasto March 1895  wvicon.gif
Old Erie 1895  Pub.
Fort Omaha 1896  Pub.
General Miles 1896  Pub.
Indiana State Band 1896  Pub.
Kokomo 1896  Pub.
Little Napoleon, The 1896  Pub.
Canton Warren 1897  Pub.
Ohio State Band 1897  Pub.
Trumbull Club 1897  Pub.
Vindicator 1897  Pub.
Col. Roosevelt's March 1898  Pub.
Dana Musical Institute March 1898
St John Commandery 1899  Pub.
Hi Henry's Triumphal 1900  Pub.
Montgomery Club 1900  wvicon.gif
Telegram, The 1900  Pub.
Banner of Freedom, The 1901  Pub.
Fort Frayne 1901  Pub.
Loyal American, The 1901  Pub.
Tampa Club 1901  Pub.
New Dominion, The 1902  Pub.
Youngstown Military Band 1903  wvicon.gif