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Maryborough Naval Band [Queensland]

Also/previously known as: Maryborough Naval Band, Maryborough Naval (Qld)

This band no longer exists.
Region:Australia
Years active: - 1938
Descendants:Maryborough Brass [Queensland]


Contest Results




Date Contest Position Test Piece Draw Conductor
17th Apr 1938 Queensland Band Championships (C Grade Street March) 1 4 Harold Walmsley
17th Apr 1938 Queensland Band Championships ("C" Grade Quickstep March) 7 4 Harold Walmsley
16th Apr 1938 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (C Grade) 1   Der Wildschütz [arr. Godfrey Jr.] 4 Harold Walmsley
12th Apr 1936 Queensland Band Championships ("C" Grade Quickstep March) 6 March: Gill Bridge 4 Bill Ryder
12th Apr 1936 Queensland Band Championships ("B" Grade Quickstep March) 6 March: Gill Bridge 5 Bill Ryder
11th Apr 1936 Queensland Band Championships (C Grade Street March) 5 March: Dreadnought 4 Bill Ryder
11th Apr 1936 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (B Grade) 6   No.1 Recollections of Rossini No.2 Gems of Wagner 4 Bill Ryder Snr
11th Apr 1936 Queensland Band Championships (B Grade Street March) 6 March: Dreadnought 6 Bill Ryder
10th Apr 1936 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (C Grade) 2   Gems of Schumann No. 2 4 Bill Ryder Snr
22nd Apr 1935 Australian Championships ("C" Grade Quickstep March ) 4 1 J. S. Steley
20th Apr 1935 Australian Championships (C Grade Parade of Bands) 3 4 J. S. Steley
19th Apr 1935 Australian Championships (C Grade) 4   The Mock Doctor J. S. Steley
1st Apr 1934 Queensland Band Championships ("C" Grade Quickstep March) 9 March: Gill Bridge J. S. Steley
31st Mar 1934 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (C Grade) 3   Eugene Onegin [arr. Godfrey] J. S. Steley
31st Mar 1934 Queensland Band Championships ("C" Grade Street March) 8 March: Gill Bridge J. S. Steley
31st Mar 1934 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (D Grade) 10   Bright Gems of Melody J. E. Steley
31st Mar 1934 Queensland Band Championships (D Grade Street March) 10 March: Gill Bridge J. S. Steley
29th Mar 1932 Australian Championships (C Grade) 4   Spohr's Works 4 R. P. Moore
26th Jan 1929 NSW State Championships (B Grade) 3 Unfinished Symphony Lou Gray
25th Jan 1929 NSW State Championships (C Grade) 3 O'er Hill and Dale Lou Gray
18th Apr 1927 Queensland Band Championships ("C" Grade Quickstep March) 1 George Gummow
18th Apr 1927 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (B Grade) 6   Il Crociato in Egitto [arr. Ord Hume] 2 George Gummow
16th Apr 1927 Queensland Band Championships (C Grade Street March) 3 3 George Gummow
16th Apr 1927 Queensland Band Championships ( A Grade Quickstep March ) 6 George Gummow
16th Apr 1927 Queensland Band Championships (B Grade Street March) 6 2 George Gummow
6th Apr 1927 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (C Grade) 4   Hymn " Fierce Ragged the Tempest " 3 George Gummow
6th Apr 1926 Australian Championships (C Grade) 2   Unfinished Symphony 3 George Gummow
29th Mar 1921 Queensland Band Championships ( A Grade Quickstep March ) 3 March: Ravenswood 1 Gus Cerezo
28th Mar 1921 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (A Grade) 2 No.1 I' Pagliacci / No.2 II Crociato Gus Cerezo
27th Mar 1921 Queensland State Band Championships (A Grade Street March) 4 March: Ravenswood 7 Gus Cerezo
3rd Jan 1919 Queensland State Band Championships (A Grade Street March) 1 March: B.B. & C.F. 5 Bill Ryder
2nd Jan 1919 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (A Grade) 1 Beethoven's Works [arr. Owen] 2 Bill Ryder Snr
1st Jan 1919 Queensland Band Championships ( A Grade Quickstep March ) 1 March: BB Corgémont 3 Bill Ryder
5th Jan 1918 Queensland Band Championships ( A Grade Quickstep March ) 2 March: The Soldier's Return 3 Sam Whitaker
5th Jan 1918 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (A Grade) 3   Rossini's Works 1 Sam Whitaker
4th Jan 1918 Queensland State Band Championships (A Grade Street March) 4 2 Bill Ryder
1st Jan 1918 Maryborough Contest (A Grade Street March) 2 Unknown, do you know?
1st Jan 1918 Maryborough Contest (Waltz Section) 2 Unknown, do you know?
1st Jan 1918 Maryborough Contest (A Grade) 3 Unknown, do you know?
4th Jan 1916 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (A Grade) 3   No.1 La Reine de Samba / No.2 Tutti in Maschera 4 Percy Code
3rd Jan 1916 Queensland State Band Championships (A Grade Street March) 2 March: B.B. & C.F. 1 Percy Code
2nd Jan 1916 Queensland Band Championships ( A Grade Quickstep March ) 2 5 Percy Code
1st Jan 1916 Maryborough Contest (A and B Grade March) 2 Percy Code
1st Jan 1916 Maryborough Contest (A Grade Street March) 2 4 Percy Code
1st Jan 1916 Maryborough Contest (A Grade) 3 Percy Code
1st Jan 1916 Maryborough Contest (Waltz Section) 3 Percy Code
1st Jan 1916 Maryborough Contest (Hymn Section) 6 Percy Code
3rd Jan 1915 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (A Grade) 1 Memories of Mercandante 3 Percy Code
2nd Jan 1915 Queensland Band Championships (A Grade Street March) 2 March: B.B. & C.F. Percy Code
4th Jan 1914 Queensland State Brass Band Championship (B Grade) 1   Un Ballo in Maschera [unknown arranger] 8 J. Zemek
4th Jan 1914 Queensland Band Championships ( A Grade Quickstep March ) 3 March "Artillery" 6 J. Zemek
3rd Jan 1914 Queensland Band Championships (B Grade Street March) 3 March "Constellation" 6 J. Zemek
3rd Jan 1914 Queensland Band Championships (A Grade Street March) W

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Notes

This band was started by Mr. Zemek, who conducted the first civilian band in Maryborough, known as the Oddfellows, in the early years of the century. The band promoted the 1910/11 contest in Maryborough and in 1913/14 another contest where they won the B Grade competition. In 1914/15 Percy Code from Ballarat took the band and beat Ipswich Vice Regal for A Grade. The Vice Regals up until this time had been unbeaten. Mr. Ryder then took over the band and went to the 1918/19 contest where it won A Grade. Mr. Ryder resigned and Mr. Gus Cerezo took over guiding the band to second place in 1922. The band began to falter and Mr. Richard Zemek took over the band for a few years until 1926 when Mr. George Gummow took control and won the A Grade at Toowoomba and Mackay respectively in 1926 and 1927. In 1928 the band had reverted to B and C Grade and won the C Grade. Lou Gray followed Mr. Gummow and took the band to Sydney for an Australian Championship. Mr. Zemek took over the band again until a Mr. R P Moore assumed control in 1933. The band amalgamated with the Maryborough Federal in 1938.





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