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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Chien Kuo High School Marching Band (CKMB) represented Taiwan to compete with teams from Germany, Mexico, Holland and others.
"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.
'The provision of the marching band to the protesters is the government's way of expressing their unflinching support to citizens who want to express or exercise their freedom of association, speech and expression,' Gray says.
"This shows them the type of experience they could have as part of a college marching band, whether they major in music or not."
Director's Showcase International is a wholesale distributor of marching band accessories, color guard equipment and concert and choral attire.
The University of Northern Alabama Marching Band, the Delaware State University Approaching Storm Marching Band, the Great Talladega College Tornado Marching Band, the Stillman College Band and Benedict College Marching Tiger Band of Distinction will compete at Charlie W.
'We are known for our marching bands,' said Romeo Palaganas, 53, a resident of Barangay Palaming.
#HBCUDance #RadiantDanceOff Contest is a virtual dance competition offered to 2018 official female marching band dance teams of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) as nominated for participation by their current team director, sponsor, advisor or coach.
The said musical competition is joined by thirty four marching bands from the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Hongkong and Japan.
"We promise to create an unforgettable spectacle for the Philippine marching band community as we bring them closer to their contemporaries from all over the world," she added.
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.