Genre: concert bandPlay genre
Concert band music is a genre of music that is performed by a large ensemble of wind and percussion instruments. It is typically characterized by its use of brass and woodwind instruments, and its emphasis on melody and rhythm. The genre has a rich history, with roots in military and ceremonial music. It has been popularized by composers such as John Philip Sousa, Alfred Reed, and Naohiro Iwai, who have created iconic pieces that are still performed today. Concert band music is often performed in a variety of settings, including concerts, parades, and sporting events.