Marching Band percussion section that carries drums and marches; is comprised of snare drums, bass drums, and tenors (see Tenors).
Black overall type pants.
Student conductor(s) who direct the marching band as it plays.
The entire percussion section of the Marching Band; includes both the PIT and the Battery.
The cuff that is placed at the bottom of uniform sleeves.
A group of students who add color and style to marching band performances with flags and other props. Also known as Auxiliary, the term originally used for the flag/rifle carriers who stood at the front of a marching show. Evolved into modern color guard when dance and decorative flags were added.
Percussion instrument; a type of xylophone.
Marching french horn.
Any striking instrument, not just drums.
Marching band percussion section (percussion instrument team) that does not march (plays on the sidelines), comprised of instruments such as tympani, marimbas, gongs, etc.
Parents who help move percussion equipment out to the field for competition.
Feather adornment worn on the Shako with the marching band uniform.
Hat worn during competition.
Another term for the Tuba.
Set of 5-6 connected drums carried by members of the Battery.