Saturday, May 14, 2011
The Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory - Ladies and Gentlemen of the Regiment, Headquarters Mesa, Arizona is an INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATION.
The Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory - Ladies and Gentlemen of the Regiment(BSAZTRTY-LGR) were cordially invited to record with 'The Arizona's Official Historical Brass Band: TERRITORIAL BRASS & FRIENDS, Arizona Mosaic', Headquarters Mesa, AZ.
On May 14, 2011 the BSAZTRTY-LGR recorded the two Buffalo Soldier regimental songs the 9th and 10th Cavalry in the Jack Miller Productions Studios (An Affiliate of Canyon Records), Phoenix, AZ. Sgt. Madison Walker, Buffalo Soldier of the Arizona Territory also provided a Storyteller about the History of the Buffalo Soldiers that will also be featuring on the Territorial Brass Band CDs to be released September 2011. We, the Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory - Ladies and Gentlemen of the Regiment are very HONORED to be featured on the Territorial Brass Band CDs as the Territorial Brass Band Celebrates Statehood in the ARIZONA CENTENNIAL LEGACY PROJECT, February 14, 2012 as Arizona will be celebrating 100 years as a State. THANK YOU, Don Larry and Sgt. Madison Walker, Buffalo Soldier of the Arizona Territory.
[The Territorial Brass Band, Mesa, AZ played for the Buffalo Soldiers of the Arizona Territory First Formal Ball Dinner, Mesa Historical Museum, Mesa, AZ, October 17, 2009].
HISTORY: Territorial Brass was formed in February 1987 to perform at Territorial Days for the Mesa Southwest Museum and was quickly recognized by museums across Arizona as an entertaining living history resourse. Dressed in turn-of-the-century costume (modeled after the Prescott and Bisbee brass bands), Territorial Brass recaptures the golden age of the American town band. This twelve members ensemble specializes in 19th century American brass band music, playing authentic arrangements from 1835 through the Civil War, to Arizona's year of statehood.
[Buffalo Soldiers]: Cmdr Fred Marable, Pvt. Michelle London-Marable, Sgt. Edward Reece, Sgt. Madison Walker, Chaplain William Jefferson and Pvts. DeVante London and LaMarr Gaines (Young Buffalo Soldiers). [Ladies of the Regiment]: Kennetha Gwin, Armella and Gloria Gaines, Danielle and Jazymn Jackson. Our children as attendees: Taeylor and Tucsheon Reece.
POC: Cmdr Fred Marable and Michelle London-Marable
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