The Tradition of Wind Band Music in Hawaii: The Hawaii County Band Public Deposited

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  • The Hawai’i County Band is based in Hilo, Hawai’i and was founded in 1883 by brothers Joaquin and Jules Carvalho. After the Kingdom of Hawai’i was overthrown in 1893, the band became known as the Hilo Portuguese Band and after the United States made Hawai’i a territory, the band became known as the Hawai’i County Band. This band has seen twelve different directors, many paid musicians, and even more volunteer members. This paper compiles county records and utilizes interviews with band members to explore the tradition of wind band music in Hawai’i, by discussing the history and future of the Hawai’i County Band.
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