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Navy School of Music

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  1. The earliest formal training for U.S. Army musicians was at the "School of Practice for U.S.A. Field Musicians" at Fort Jay on Governor's Island, New York

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  2. a United States Navy school located on board Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base in Norfolk, Virginia

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  3. The school's mission is to provide specialized musical training to musicians of the Navy, Army, and Marine Corps military bands

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  4. The school does not provide training for musicians of the Air Force or Coast Guard

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  5. The U.S. Navy School of Music was founded at the Washington Navy Yard by order of the Chief of the Bureau of Navigation on 26 June 1935

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