Godfrey, Daniel


Son of Charles Godfrey, sr.; was also a bandmaster, and a composer for military band; studied the flute at the Royal Academy of Music in 1847, and became bandmaster of the Grenadier Guards in 1856, visiting the United States with his band in 1872, where he made a tour. After forty years in this position he organized his own band. His waltzes for military bands are widely known.