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    Musicians Bands & Orchestras in Glendale


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    Business Listing   Queens Symphony Orchestra - Glendale, NY - Phone: (718) 326-4455


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    Helpful Definition for: Musicians Bands & Orchestras


    Musician bands and orchestras, in Glendale, are groups of musicians who perform together and make a live musical performance. The musicians in Glendale are required to play different kinds of instruments in these bands and orchestras. In musician bands and orchestras, it is often necessary for the musicians to be able to play all categories of instruments namely stringed, woodwind, percussion and brass. The musician bands in Glendale which play mostly rock music, are in need of mainly percussion and stringed instruments.

    Orchestras may consist of 50 to 100 players playing a variety of musical instruments, each group of instrument players harmonizing with each other to create a wonderful musical note. There are many musician bands and orchestras in Glendale which not only give live performance, but also record their music in studios.

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