The Spirit of Coventry Drum and Bugle Corps, went to the British Youth Band Association finals in Hednesford in October.
What does D&B stand for?
D&B stands for Drum and Bugle Corps
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It was traditionally a marching band with links to the Boys' Brigade and as things developed, they went into a drum and bugle corps," said Robin.
Byline: The Register-Guard The members of the Eugene Elks Lodge 357 Drum and Bugle Corps line up for a group portrait in Portland in 1925.
And the media serve as the drum and bugle corps of the Pentagon.
Byline: VICKY SPAVIN On April 18, 1982, Glasgow's Springburn Drum and Bugle Corps swept the board at the annual Scottish drum corps championships.
They have gathered at the academy gravesite, and then mustered for the traditional procession of graduates across the parade field known as the Plain: "As the Hellcats' drum and bugle corps played When Johnny Comes Marching Home' at a somber tempo, the graduates glided four abreast onto the sun-washed Plain.