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What is used to repair big brass band instruments?
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What musical instraments are in a marching band?
All kinds of brass instruments are used. Although tubas are usually replaced with sousaphones or contras, and euphoniums/French horns are usually replaced with mellophones. Most woodwind instruments are used in college and high school bands, with the exception of double reeds given their dangerous nature if played while marching. Woodwinds are often (if not always) not allowed in Drum Corps though. Percussion instruments of any/all varieties are welcome in any marching band setting.
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Where did the brass band march The Waltonian by J. J. Richards get its name?
I am given to understand that there used to be a famous travelling circus in America known as The Waltonian Circus. All circuses had their own residential band/orchestra and J.J.Richards composed this march, which became the theme tune of the Waltonian Circus and was played to open their performances. Colin Evans, City of Cardiff (Melingriffith) Brass Band
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What is the difference between Brass and Marching bands?
Percussion, yes marching bands do have more percussion. They also use trumpets where in the brass band the cornet is used. Brass bands in their traditional form are mainly confined to the British Isles especially in the north of England. There are also similar bands found in the Netherlands, Norway and in the former British Colonies such as Australia and New Zealand. In other countries a brass band is often encountered in association with the Salvation Army. A brass band is also quite rigid in its choice of instruments and number of players. To confuse things further brass bands do march. A chaotic competition still takes place every year on the Friday before Whit Sunday in villages where Greater Manchester, Yorkshire and Derbyshire meet.