brass section

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Noun1.brass section - the section of a band or orchestra that plays brass instrumentsbrass section - the section of a band or orchestra that plays brass instruments
section - a division of an orchestra containing all instruments of the same class
trumpet section - the section of a band or orchestra that plays trumpets or cornets
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He effortlessly manoeuvred between a grand piano and keyboard stack for most of the show, backed by an accomplished band that included a brass section, DJ and a ferocious percussion section.
Young mothers with prams, Students with hangovers, Ex-dockers from the Casa, The brass section of the Phil, Barristas from coffee shops, Masons with rolled up trousers, Priests from both cathedrals, Actors from the Everyman, Paddy from the Pen Factory, The Zen meditation group, Six passing traffic wardens, And John Lennon's ghost.
There was a trio of successes for St Ambrose High, with classmates Sarah Spencer winning the brass section, Aeden McGhie being named top in the piano category and Hannah Boyd winning the vocal section.
'I thought the song sounded like it needed a brass section. It was really meant for Brass,' says Luis, who is also a vocalist of Freestyle.
In July's first edition there were lawyers and mediators blowing their own horns like Sousa's brass section; but one ad shone out like a nova in a nearby galaxy.
Then in came the brass section adding groovy beats and further bass layers before the floor-seated sitar players kicked in with inspiring intricacies.
A three-piece brass section takes lead position on stage and in most of their musical arrangements.
Which is the lowest pitched instrument commonly used in an orchestral brass section? 4.
Each brass section has moments to shine, with superb piccolo and E-flat trumpet playing and a rich tuba foundation for a widely dispersed scoring.
On Saturday a chilly early winter Aberdeen Music Hall was filled with warmth brought in by a hearty brass section and rich strings.Ticciati conducted Symphony No 4 in D minor with a sentiment befitting to the piece Schumann wrote for his beloved wife's birthday.
The evening began with Paul Dukas' Fanfare pour preceder La Peri which gave the brass section of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales an opportunity to prove what we already knew - they are very fine musicians indeed.