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Early life[ edit ] Clarke was born in Woburn , Massachusetts in , the son of composer, organist, and organbuilder William Horatio Clarke. Herbert had two brothers, Edwin and Ernest.

However, according to his autobiography, one of the formative moments in his musical upbringing was attending a concert of D. Church play a cornet solo. In Indianapolis he would finally buy his own horn, a Boston 3-star cornet. It was with the When Clothing Store Band that in Clarke won a solo cornet contest and received a one-of-a-kind pocket cornet made by the famous instrument maker, Henry Distin of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, which can be seen at the Sousa Archives and Center for American Music at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

In the spring of , he left Canada once again, after successfully auditioning for the 22nd Regiment N. During this period, he held temporary positions as second trumpet with the New York Philharmonic and as principal trumpet in the Metropolitan Opera , for which he temporarily switched to trumpet.

However, in late Clarke himself became leader of The American Band, the band which had made such an impression on him in his youth, and he moved to Providence, Rhode Island. Ironically, after only a year the band voted Clarke out as director in favor of Bowen R. Church, the same cornetist Clarke had admired when he first heard the band under Reeves. Furthermore, he spent time testing and developing instruments for Conn Instruments in Elkhart, Indiana , and making a considerable number of solo recordings for Victor, Edison, Columbia, Odeon, England, and finally Brunswick.

Clarke returned to Canada to lead the Anglo-Canadian Leather Company Band in Huntsville, Ontario from to ; during this time he performed very little, instead focusing his efforts not only on conducting, but also composition, and setting up his own school of cornet playing in Chicago. He conducted the Long Beach Municipal Band from to From until his death in , he developed a friendship with and gave private lessons to Claude Gordon. Clarke, Jr. In , he and his wife moved to Long Beach , California for her health.

Herbert Clarke died in His ashes were interred at the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, D.

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Herbert L. Clarke

Early life[ edit ] Clarke was born in Woburn , Massachusetts in , the son of composer, organist, and organbuilder William Horatio Clarke. Herbert had two brothers, Edwin and Ernest. However, according to his autobiography, one of the formative moments in his musical upbringing was attending a concert of D. Church play a cornet solo. In Indianapolis he would finally buy his own horn, a Boston 3-star cornet. It was with the When Clothing Store Band that in Clarke won a solo cornet contest and received a one-of-a-kind pocket cornet made by the famous instrument maker, Henry Distin of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, which can be seen at the Sousa Archives and Center for American Music at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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