Death of band master Dodworth

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DEATH OF BAND MASTER DODWORTH

Harvey B. Dodworth, the famous band master, died at his home, 22 Hill street, West Hoboken, Saturday, at the age of 68. He was born in Sheffield, England, and came to America when very young. His father was a band master before him, and was the organizer of the New York city band, which became famous. Harvey B. Dodworth played the piccolo in the orchestra of the old Park theater in New York when he was only 10 years of age. Years after he was leader of the orchestra at Niblo's theater,and subsequently at Daly's. The fame of his Dodworth band was well known in Brooklyn. The deceased was the first man in this country to arrange Wagner's music for military bands. He leaves a wife and three sons.

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