[Dixielandjazz] High Society

D and R Hardie darnhard at ozemail.com.au
Sat Jun 9 01:28:18 PDT 2007

Hi Bill,
  I don't have the Prince's Band recording but do have one from 1910 by 
the Regimental Band of the Republic that the notes say possibly 
includes members from the  Prince's Band. There is a piccolo but he 
does not play the Solo as written in the original score.
Dan Hardie


On Thursday, June 7, 2007, at 08:58  AM, Bill Haesler wrote:

>> Anything published before 1923 is public domain . . . PERIOD. 
>> Extensions now
>> only apply to tunes done after 1923.  However a specific copyrighted
>> "arrangement" of one of those tunes, made after 1923 may well be 
>> protected.
> Dear Bob (and Steve),
> In my haste this morning I found, but failed to mention, that "High 
> Society March" (1901) is on the Public Domain website. No author > given.
> Although, as I mentioned (and Steve points out) it could now be 
> superseded by later 'arrangements'.
> I have been searching my collection for the Prince's Band version of 
> Steele's 1911 recording of "High Society" [not "High Society March"], 
> but do not seem to have a copy.
> Anton Crouch, do you have it?
> Is it the tune we all now know and love?
> Kind regards,
> Bill.
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