What do Mariachi bands use to celebrate culture?
Many celebrate in much the same way as the rest of whatever culture they are part of. Some Christians do not observe birthdays because of a belief that it is glorifying the self, neither was it practiced in the early church nor mandated by God. Others use it as an opportunity to celebrate the gift of life given to that particular person.
They don't: the sombrero hat was used by farmers and ranchers during the early days of the 20th century, and many of them were photographed wearing them during the Mexican Revolution (1910-1921). However, besides independence day festivities, mariachi bands and football (soccer) matches, Mexican people use other types of hats.
You mean typical music instruments? Guitar and piano are the most widely known; mariachi music instruments include guitars, double bass, violin and trumpet; northern or "norteña" music makes use of accordion and jarana besides the aforementioned mariachi instruments. Tropical music such as salsa and cumbia uses maraca, bongos and flutes.
WARC stands for World Administrative Radio Conference which is organised by the International Telecommunications Union. The conference sets up international agreements on the use of radio frequency bands. One advantage of the 1979 conference was the allocation of new frequency bands for amateur radio use on HF. These bands are 30m, 17m & 12m and are generally referred to as the WARC bands.
Concert bands and marching bands use many clarinets. The clarinet section is typically the largest section of a concert band. They are one of the lead voices of the woodwind section and are often used in place of the violins in transcriptions of orchestral music. Marching bands also use clarinets, but because they are not as loud as brass instruments, they are often used to play high ornamental parts. For main melody or harmony lines…