This Day in History: 1929-02-05

Arthur Laycock, British cornetist, principal cornet of St. Hilda’s Band, bandmaster of the 1st Training Reserve Battalion Band and the 58th London Division Band in France, in brass bands winner of forty medals, thirty silver Challenge cups, four Championship Crystal Palace Medals, performer of command performance for the King and Queen of England, on a par with Jules Levy and H.L. Clarke, died in St. Austell, England.