Robert Browne Hall  (1858-1907)
Last updated: 23.10.17
According to the Internet source given below, Robert Browne Hall, born in Bowdoinham, Maine, was a leading American composer of marches and other music for brass bands.
During his lifetime he was known as a fine cornet player and served for a time as conductor of the Bangor Band. As soloist, conductor, composer and teacher, Hall is still remembered in Maine. The last Saturday in June every year is officially Robert Browne Hall Day in the State of Maine.
After suffering a stroke in 1902 he eventually died Portland was buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Richmond, Maine.
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 34 works by Robert Browne Hall (1858-1907). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.

Colonel Philbrook March (1894) wvicon.gif
Philo Senate March (1898) wvicon.gif
Dunlap Commandery March (1894)
New Colonial March (1901) wvicon.gif
Fort Popham March (1894)
Officer of the Day March (1903) wvicon.gif
Gardes du Corps March (1896)
North Easton (1914) wvicon.gif
General Mitchell (1896)
March Chilcothian (1919) wvicon.gif
Greeting to Bangor March (1896)
Tenth Regiment March (Death or Glory) (19??)
Hamlin Rifles March (1896)
Albanian March (?)
Imperial Life Guards (1896)
American Cadet March (?)
Independentia March (1896)
Charge of the Battalion (?)
Island Garden Schottische (1896)
Colonel Fitch March (?)
Marche Funebre (1896)
Come Join the Band (?)
Minstrel Jokes (1896)
The Commander March (?)
Palatinus (1896) wvicon.gif
Commonwealth March (?)
R.L.I.B. (Richmond Light Infantry Blues) (1896)
Norembega March (?)
Red Men's March (1896)
S.I.B.A. March (?)
Veni, Vidi, Vici March (1896)
Salutation Quadrille (?)
W.M.B. March (1896)
Second Regiment P.M. March (?)