concert band

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Noun1.concert band - a group of musicians playing brass and woodwind and percussion instrumentsconcert band - a group of musicians playing brass and woodwind and percussion instruments
band - instrumentalists not including string players
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There's a scenic railway, a water toboggan slide, a concert band, a theatre, wild animals, moving pictures, and so forth and so forth.
Trumpeter Bruce Lane of Cary, who helps organize the concert bands annual community service project, said, "It is really a wonderful way to celebrate the holidays, and every cent that comes in is helping families.
Dunblane Boys'Brigade Band gained a silver award at the regional heats of the Scottish Concert Bands Festival in Livingston on Sunday after impressing the adjudicators with the standard of their instrumental playing.
concert bands disseminated opera, he might have cut his losses and ended the book in the 1930s.
For a little more than a century, concert bands played a large and conspicuous role in American popular culture.
With a long history conducting orchestra, choirs, concert bands and stage musicals, he is currently Director of the Dunedin Concert Band and Conductor of the Richey Community Orchestra.
Judith Norden, from the college's music centre, said: "The audience can look forward to a selection of music performed by the North Warwickshire Concert Bands, under the direction of Jim Norden.
Numbering more than 15,000, Boosey publications are a staple for serious musicians of all instruments, and for concert bands, orchestras and choirs.
The musicians and marchers placed first in competition for concert bands, jazz bands, field show bands, parade flag teams, varsity winter guard, junior varsity winter guard and field color guard.
TWELVE CONCERT bands from Oregon and Washington will be in Eugene for the 17th annual Adult Band Festival hosted by the Eugene Symphonic Band, from 9 a.
You can't learn music theory from a book," says instructor Kent Kurrus, who for 18 years has directed college jazz and concert bands at Pacific Lutheran University, Olympic College, and most recently at Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz.
He participates in his school's marching and concert bands.