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Beech High Bucanneer Brigade | Marching Band 2016 — HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR PORTRAITS FOR THE GREATER PHOENIX AREA Senior Pictures, Portrait, High School, Baseball, American Bandstand, Concert, Concert Band, High School Band, Band Photography

I asked some of the members and directors of the Beech High School Marching Band in Hendersonville, Tn to give me quotes about what band does and brings to their lives and community. So much research has been done again recently on the positive benefit of music to lives and character everyday, and s

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Pep Band | School of Arts and Humanities English, Horn, High School, Friends, High School Marching Band, High School Band, High School Basketball, School Band, Band Kid

The UTD Pep Band offers students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to participate in the excitement of athletic and campus community events and to perform within the greater Dallas area. The Pep Band is one of the most visible performance ensembles on campus. We play at men’s and women’s home basketball games and women’s volleyball […]

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Associate Band Director Andrew Buttermore directs a song during the Ames High School band holiday concert Monday evening at the high school auditorium. Another school music concert this week is the joint Mitchell and Sawyer elementaries chorus concert at 6 p.m. on Thursday at Ames Middle School. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune Middle School, High School, Orchestra Concerts, Middle School Band, High School Band, Choir, Band Director, Concert, Jazz Band

Associate Band Director Andrew Buttermore directs a song during the Ames High School band holiday concert Monday evening at the high school auditorium. Another school music concert this week is the joint Mitchell and Sawyer elementaries chorus concert at 6 p.m. on Thursday at Ames Middle School. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune

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