Salvatore Mallia

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Mro. Salvatore Mallia directed to the Mother of the Maltese and Gozitan Band three times. This headmaster took the wand over from 1893 to 1899, from 1903 to 1904 and in the year 1921 Salvatore Peter Carmel Mallia, born in the picturesque village of Siġġiewi on 21 September, 1872, by Nicholas Mallia and Rosa born Scicluna. He baptized the Sunday in the parish church. From childhood, Salvatore had a strong attachment to music. But when he showed his parents desire to study this art, they disagreed with him. Therefore, teaches the skilled shoemaker.

He showed the desire to learn music evangelist to his grandmother who was at Gudja. Although the parents did not accept Mallia continued, his grandmother still show him the way to study music. After some time is also brought him a clarinet with parental hidden. This boy was studying music and playing the clarinet one family plantations in order to show his parents what they did with his grandmother. Salvatore had also hunting hobby. On Sunday, 19 April, 1891, the young Salvatore joined in the sacrament of marriage to Miss Marianne Aquilina born. They had five children - Guzeppa, Carmelo, Nicholas, Nazzareno and Emmanuele.

On Saturday 2 July, 1892, Salvatore had left the skilled shoemaker and joined as a gunner with the Royal Malta Artillery regiment of (RMA). On 6 July two years later, Mallia entered the band of the regiment with euphonium instrument. Friday 6 December, 1904 the headmaster Mallia was promoting Corporal Regimental Band. In the year 1911, he was awarded a medal for long time has been in service as well as good conduct. In 1914, Mro. Salvatore Mallia participated in the military campaign Malta Expeditionary Force of World War II. With regiment, Mallia was considered a man of service, discipline, and honesty. These positive characteristics loved by everyone, so that helped him to reach Sergeant Band Sunday, 28 November, 1920, which has continued to strengthen and specializes in musical arts. With a demonstrated capacity in the musical field, the Mro Sergeant. Salvatore Mallia was entrusted with the direction of the same regiment hand, in the absence of headmaster director of this band. Following loyal service thirty years to the British Crown and tongue, Mro. Mallia concluded its work with a regiment on Saturday, 1 July, 1922.

Salvatore abroad than good ear was also a director capable and composed a music ħahna including: intermezzi, preludji, operas, and sinfoniji as triumphal marches and funeral. The ability of headmaster Mallia in musical arts and traskittur composer has done the best it was here in Maltia Islands. Some of his works are embellish the Archives Association of Club St. Philip Banda to this day. These are funeral marches A Mio FIGLIO and lamentable - Marcia FUNEBRE (1928), the marches RELIGIOSI San Filippo and San Michele and the two marches sinfoniċi One Day Rest (1936) and Scherzo IDEALE № 2 (1935). Salvatore has two traskrizjonijiet one opera Don Carlos Fantasia Giuseppe Verdi that writer whereof at 26/03/1936, as well as the opera La Favorita Selizzjoni Gaetano Donizetti that made on 28.07.1933.

Maestro Salvatore Mallia also served as musical director with these bands: Għaqda Mużikali San Nikola of Siġġiewi (1901-1935), Duke of Connaught Own Band Club, of Birkirkara (1905-1906), Soċjeta Filarmonika Pinto Banda San Sebastjan at [[Ħal-Qormi (1911-1920), Għaqda Mużikali San Gejtanu of Ħamrun (1914-1920), and Għaqda Karmelitana Banda Queen Victoria of Iż-Żurrieq (1919 - 1924), Union Band Club of Ħal-Luqa (1921-1937), Għaqda Mużikali L'Isle Adam (1924-1936) and Vilhena Band Club of Floriana. Between the years 1919 and 1920 Salvatore shortly also directed the band La Vallette between musical directors Mro. Ettore Ġiuseppe Vitaliti and Mattioli. During the time that the Maestro Salvatore Mallia ran directs Soċjeta Filarmonika Banda San Filep of Ħaż-Żebbuġ, several events occurred. Among the most important are the following:

In 1894 Mro. Salvatore Mallia at the age of 21 he was appointed conductor musical director of the Filarmonica Society San Filippo (1894-1899). It was the first Band directed this Head.

On 22nd March, 1896 a meeting was colossal at the Floriana granaries in protest against the government's desire to introduce civil marriage. After the meeting held demonstration at the Floriana granaries to Bishop's Palace as by respective carton and display solidarity with the spiritual head Mgr. Archbishop Pietro Pace size of Malta. The Filarmonica San Filippo along with other bands isfilata participated in a protest organized by the Ecclesiastical Authority. The parish priest was Fr. Luiġi Attard from Valletta City (1891-1904).

On 23 rd May , 1896 the Soċjeta Filarmonika Banda San Filep took part in the feast of Our Lady of Lilies in Mqabba. At the time this club one location there and it was organizing two festivals: St. Mary's and Our Lady of Lilies.

On 9th August, 1896 Soċjeta Filarmonika Banda San Filep participated and music group played both for the feast of St. Lawrence, in Vittoriosa parish.

On 20th June, 1897 The Soċjeta Filarmonika Banda San Filep took part along with other civil and military bands in large parade held to mark the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria birthday its 62nd year. The bands were collected at the Floriana granaries and rang and moved to town after where in Queen Square statue salut its image by playing of God Save The Queen.

1903 Mro. Salvatore Mallia again musical director was appointed conductor of the Philharmonic Society San Filippo (1903-1904). On 27 September, 1903 On the occasion of the inauguration of the High Cross within Siġġiewi and with the blessing of Pope Leo XIII. This Cross is also known as' Laferla Cross, to His promoter, Don Paul Laferla. The bless cross from Bishop Monsignor Salvatore Gaffiero. Was a musical program at San Filippo Band of Żebbuġ and Siġġiewi Nicolina under the direction of Mro. Salvatore Mallia. This ceremony was recalled by setting the size of a marble plaque on the pedestal of the cross.

On 9th November, 1904 This year came the statue of Beata Vergine of Sorrows Żebbuġ from Lecce. The Soċjeta Filarmonika Banda San Filep committed musical program under the direction of Mro. Salvatore Mallia. The San Filippo Philharmonic took part musicaly each year on the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. The Society has also organized secondary beautiful holiday, with fireworks and decorated also the square. This lasted for several years after.

In 1921 Mro. Salvatore Mallia for the third time he became again director, and was appointed headmaster of Soċjeta Filarmonika Banda San Filep (1921).

On 11th January, 1921 The Soċjeta Filarmonika Banda San Filep under the direction of Maestro Salvatore Mallia this along with other bands participated when it was in force the first constitution and accountable government. At the celebration were present His Excellency Prince Edward, Prince of Wales was Malta for the occasion.

The Lord has been pleased to summon Mro. Salvatore Mallia suddenly dead held on Friday, precisely on 26 March of the year 1937 at 65 years. This occurred at around the four quarter in the morning at his residence 30, St James Road, Siġġiewi. At his funeral, held the day Saturday, the St. Nicholas Band, L'Isle Adam and Union, one united Banda, rang funeral marches. The Filarmonica Society attended San Filippo great represantion by the committee, conductor, musicians and menbers.

Other musical organizations from each locality Malta as well as regimental band RMA were represented by thirty-six stendard. Many wreaths and accompanied the coffin of the deceased headmaster and beautiful crown was that was one beggar from Valletta, whom Mallia was very charitable. His burial took place in the parish church of Siġġiewi. The death of this late Headmaster felt by everyone, but undoubtedly treasured by his wife Marianna, who died five days so behind.