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Harborside is planning brass bands at its locations in Oakland and San Jose, with flags and T-shirts for the first 100 people in line.
The Philippines’ brass band toots its horns, Republicans celebrate in Washington, Rohingya refugees wash up before prayer time, and more.
The crowd stood and cheered as a brass band began to play atop the cafe on a balcony overlooking the stage.
The pilot, freezing in an open-air seat, could hardly see through the thick fog and worried about crashing into the brass band playing below on New York's Governor's Island.
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BRASS BAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of brass band for English Language Learners
: a band (such as a marching band or a military band) in which most of the musicians play brass instruments (such as trumpets and trombones)
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