Mariana Starke in Rome - between the 1790's, 12:00 AM and the 1810's, 12:00 AM
The Carnival usually begins eight days previous to Ash Wednesday; and finishes with Shrove-tide. During this period of general festivity the Corso, a fine street extending from the Porto del Popolo to the foot of the Capitol, is decorated with tapestry and silk hangings from every window and balcony; enlivened with military bands of music, and crowded with Masqueraders, in carriages and on foot, from two in the afternoon till sunset.
Mariana Starke, Information and directions for travellers on the continent, 5th edition (London, 1824), p. 211. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1517239707300 accessed: 28 March, 2020
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|Unspecified military band music|
|Date/Time||between the 1790's, 12:00 AM and the 1810's, 12:00 AM|
|Listening Environment||outdoors, in public|