marching band

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Noun1.marching band - a band that marches (as in a parade) and plays music at the same time
band - instrumentalists not including string players
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They were followed closely by four marching bands from the Pusat Muzik Tentera Darat, Victoria Institution, St John's Institution and Chung Hwa high school and 221 participants in high powered motorcycles and beautiful floats.
BRITAIN'S biggest indoor international Tattoo, with more than 1,200 performers, will return to Arena Birmingham in November, bringing together international military and other marching bands in a three-hour spectacle commemorating the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings.
"People usually think of football players when they think of students struggling with heat issues, but high school and college marching bands also often practice in the heat of August and early September, and play on the same surfaces while wearing uniforms and carrying heavy equipment," said study author Dawn Emerson.
Families flocked to the village to hear marching bands, dress up and have a whirl on the merry-go-round.
Its the first time either of the Libertyville-Vernon Hills Area High School District 128 marching bands has been selected to perform in a bowl game.
"The opportunity to advocate for and showcase our collegiate marching bands is one whose time has come, and we all look forward to the best our student performers have to offer."
'We are known for our marching bands,' said Romeo Palaganas, 53, a resident of Barangay Palaming.
In true HBCU tradition, the marching bands promise an exciting Halftime Show.
Among 18 contestants, Sergeant Mohammed bin Khamis al Amri came fourth in the contest of leaders of marching bands.
Offering all three WGI divisions of color guard, percussion ensembles and wind groups, plus AMBC's, Marching Show Band, Street Parade competitions, Drumline Battle and Brassline Battle, the competition boasts of an extraordinary line up of local and international marching bands with back to back competitions showcasing the best of Bacoor and the rest of the Philippines.
When people think about the word 'Tattoo', they normally think of the Edinburgh Tattoo in Scotland - a series of military performances delivered by military and marching bands.