|Name||Eugene C. Rose|
|Lifetime||1866 - 1961|
|Specialty||Flute (also piccolo and ocarina)|
Rose's first known recording was as part of a flute trio recorded in 1889 at Edison's Laboratories.
From 1899-1902, Rose toured (and presumably recorded) with Sousa's Band.
Back at Edison's National Phonograph Company beginning around 1902, he
was regularly heard in recordings of the Edison Concert Band,
the Edison Venetian Trio, as well as several violin & flute
Eugene C. Rose and flute (ca. 1904)
At a recording session possibly the Edison Concert Band (ca. 1908)
Eugene Rose is front-and-center at the recording horn playing the flute (with a piccolo at-the-ready).
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