Definition of military band in English:

military band

Syllabification: mil·i·tar·y band

noun

A group of musicians playing brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments, typically while marching.
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  • He was also the composer of a number of light operas, music for a military band and string quartet and most of his piano music was arranged from orchestral scores.
  • Prokofiev wrote the cantata for more than 500 performers, including a military band, an accordion ensemble, two choirs and batteries of drums and cymbals.
  • In the wind suites he wrote for British military bands he worked around folk tunes in country pastels and rare turns of light and shade.

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