I was contacted by a gentleman who is doing a book/dvd project about a silent film from the early 1900's and it's premiere. I understand that this selection was played during the live show prior to the screening of the film on a theatre organ. So even though there are 3 nice recordings of this on concert-type instruments, here's one on theatre organ.
Featuring the assortment of trumpets and post horns (off trem) found on the 450 .... along with various percussion instruments including glock, tom tom, cymbal, and snare.
Rev. Frederick Scotson Clark (1840-1883) born/died in London. His parents were Irish, and his mother gave him his first musical instruction (she had been a student of Chopin) At the age of 14 he was appointed organist at Regent Square Church London. (where in 1867 Henry Smart composed and published his well known hymn tune Regent Square) He studied at the Royal Academy of Music and in 1858 published a Method for the Harmonium. In 1867 he founded a College of Music, and was soon after appointed organist of Exeter College, Oxford. in 1867 he was headmaster of a grammar school in London, and also was ordained a deacon, and later a priest.
Quoting the Dictionary of Music and Musicians published in 1900..... "Mr. Scotson Clark, besides being a remarkable executant on the organ, has great facility in composition." His works number over 500 for organ and pianoforte.