marching band

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a band that marches (as in a parade) and plays music at the same time

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1 -- color) Deanne DeVries of Castaic gets some tips on leading the marching band from her drum major son Doug DeVries, 15, during band practice.
Members of marching bands from London and Essex joined the Mayor for the launch, which took place outside his City Hall office.
Whether it be the competitive glare in the eyes of the band on the opposing side of the field, or the family-like respect and embraces of alumni on either side of the stadium at the final whistle, this is the black college marching band experience in America.
Preliminaries conclude with an exhibition performance by the Oregon Marching Band at 3:30 p.
Nobody loves the marching band more than Erl, which is short for Erling.
I thought it would be nice for the region to know they have the top marching band in the country.
Maryellen Brunelle, superintendent of schools, said she is excited to have a marching band in town.
A POPULAR marching band has received a cash boost towards an upcoming visit to Jersey.
Huddersfield University's Marching Band has got into the Guinness Book Of Records as the fastest band to complete a marathon.
A MARCHING band is celebrating success at a national competition.
A marching band competition and two concerts are scheduled in the coming week by the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance, 961 E.
Marine Corps Marching Band from Twentynine Palms keeps in step during the Hollywood Christmas Parade on Sunday.
Sergeant Pepper's Marching Band got the historic Anglesey town in the right mood for a knees-up with an outdoor performance at the White Lion Square.
A row between a troop of majorettes and their new musical rivals - a mixed-sex marching band - has brought a bizarre note of discord to a Midland town.