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.
The Prep School Concert Band, conducted by Andrew Byers, received generous applause after their performance
The City of Lichfield Concert Band will warm up the crowd from 6pm with its repertoire of show tunes, film themes, pop hits and classical greats.
For those of you who don't know, the concert band is a club that meets every thursday in the Drama Hut outside at lunchtimes, and they have drummers, flute players, tuba players and so on.
"This award is recognition of the hard work they have put in, which has been recognised by the Scottish Concert Band Festival.
The Angono Concert Band recorded a compact disc with 16 marches composed by Colonel Gragera, with titles like the 'Baguio Military Institute March,' the 'Filipino Veterans March,' the 'Okaka-Okaka March.'
Members of the Loughborough Concert Band at St Botolph's Church.
| Cor Meibion Colwyn and Werneth Concert Band will play a joint concert in Llandudno
Congratulations to the Mandan High School Concert Band and the Wahpeton High School Choir for being selected as this years Governors Band and Chorus and for proudly representing their schools, communities and state, Burgum said.
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.
At that time, he was working for NASA as an engineer and playing in several local community concert bands. Andrew studied with me until February 1989, when he was transferred to Maryland.
Following a brief intermission, the second part of the evening began with a performance from the North Tyneside Concert Band. Songs performed varied from the chart-topping anthem of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody', cinema classics such as 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and a Disney medley.