Loar’s Music

Although none of Loar’s hand-written music survives him, many of his creations and arrangements went into print. Some of his work was published as individual sheet music and others were published in various books. When Lloyd became part of Gibson’s traveling music roadshow in 1913, at age 27, the company published and distributed some of his work as a marketing tool. Here is one example of Loar’s work, the second-mandolin portion of Shubert’s “Marche Militaire.”

Loar's Music

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