James M. Fulton  (1873-1940)
Last updated: 17.10.18
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.

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