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Patrick Conway

Patrick Conway (1867–1929) was a famed bandmaster whose career was strongly associated with the city of Ithaca, New York. Conway became the conductor of the Ithaca Band in 1895 and in 1908 used that group as the foundation for his own Patrick Conway Band, with which he toured. Conway made records for the Victor, Edison, Okeh, Pathé, Gennett, and Paramount record companies. He is also remembered as the founder of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra and the Patrick Conway Military Band School, the latter of which became closely associated with Ithaca College.

The following recordings featuring Patrick Conway are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Conductor Flirting whistler Band Conway's Band 1915-08-05
Conductor Setting the pace Band Conway's Band 1915-08-05
Conductor Angel's dream Band Conway's Band 1915-09-22
Conductor My sweet Adair Band Conway's Band 1915-09-23
Conductor Battle of the nations Band Conway's Band 1916-07-05
Conductor All America march Band Conway's Band 1916-07-05
Conductor American trumpeter march Band Conway's Band 1916-07-05
Conductor In the beautiful seaside air Band, with xylophone Conway's Band 1916-07-07
Conductor Welcome honey to your old plantation home Band Conway's Band 1916-07-05
Conductor Two-key rag Band Conway's Band 1916-07-05