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Albury City Band

The Albury City Band are one of the longest continuously serving bands in the southern hemisphere.

Bands have been an integral part of our community since the 1860s. This display celebrated more than 150 years of band music in Albury, from the Albury Volunteer Band of 1864 to the present-day Albury City Band – proudly one of the longest continuously serving bands in the southern hemisphere.

A band leader's ceremonial mace of the Albury City Band. The mace has a wooden shaft with silver head and foot and dark blue and gold cords wrapped in opposite directions along the shaft. The head depicts a crowned lion mounted on a dome with wreaths beneath the dome. ARM 90.111.
Bass drum of the Albury City Band. The shell and rims of the drum are painted blue, with a yellow band around each rim. ARM 90.109.
A euphorium. Mouth piece missing, silver in colour. Has three keys, with a leaf pattern on the trumpet end. ARM 90.107.
A euphorium. Mouth piece missing, silver in colour. Has three keys, with a leaf pattern on the trumpet end. ARM 90.107.
A music stand banner, from the Albury City Band. Blue leather with gold fringe on the bottom. ARM 90.106.
A music stand banner, from the Albury City Band. Blue leather with gold fringe on the bottom. ARM 90.106.
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