Trivandrum Band Stand: Bugle and Bagpipes in Museum Premises Again !

An article with picture from The Hindu

Trivandrum bandstand

If popular will prevailed, the band stand would perhaps reverberate once again to the gong of drums, drone of bagpipes, call of bugles, and the inspiring fanfare of the brass band.

Another article from Malayala Manorama dated 01.10.2011

Summary:

  • The legendary bandstand at Museum Park to be restarted and the bugle sounds will be echoing off the grand edifice of the Napier Museum
  • The restart is at the demand of large number of band music aficionados
  • Saturday evening bandstand was discontinued for the past 15 years
  • Accoustics of the bandstand is designed carefully to accentuate the notes
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One Response to Trivandrum Band Stand: Bugle and Bagpipes in Museum Premises Again !

  1. bmmann says:

    i used to listen to the evening band regularly in 1950-60.both police band and army band used to come alternate days .sometimes salvation army band in their red coat and white pant or white mundu used to play.band playing stopped after radio became popular in 1960-70

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