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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In the wind ensembles, students play traditional brass instruments, including trumpets, mellophones, baritones and tubas, as well as alto, tenor and baritone saxophones.
A couple of music educators whose names are synonymous with Eastman School of Music have created a scholarship for graduate students focusing on conducting, particularly for wind ensembles.
Birmingham Symphonic Winds orchestra was established in 1992 and has gained both a national and international reputation as one of the leading wind ensembles of its kind in the UK.
Eric Whitacre's band transcription of his poignant choral work, Lux Aurumque, was one of our respective wind ensembles' favourite work, simply because of its beauty and depth--the harmonic suspensions and resolutions, the timbres and textures that were created and experienced, and the mood that can be invoked by the music.
He is a course tutor and visiting lecturer for the University of Warwick's MA in creative and media enterprises, and a trombonist and musical director of Glebe Symphonic Winds, one of the UK's leading wind ensembles.
in Hamilton, Ontario) presents this study of these works focusing specifically on their pieces for wind ensembles. The fundamentals of these works are meticulously explored with notated examples as well as the musical relationship between the two composers.
The Playday, which will be at Bradford Grammar School on November 1, will give musicians a chance to take part in wind orchestra sessions under the expert direction of Keiron Anderson, an internationally-renowned authority on wind ensembles.
A CD of the wind ensembles and youth wind band performing with the Welsh Guards Band this month in City Hall in Cardiff is being created as part of their campaign.
All three ensembles performed on April 4: The high school wind ensembles competition took place at Bellingham High School; the middle schools at King Phillip Regional High School in Wrentham; and the high school concert choirs at Longmeadow High School.
The day-long event, run in association with the British Association of Symphonic Bands and Wind Ensembles, starts at 10am and includes performances, workshops and trade stands of instrumental retailers and publishers.
He has appeared as a soloist and with orchestras and wind ensembles throughout the United States and Europe, including Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, Spain, Italy, Ireland and England.