Links

On this page, we are providing some interesting links relating to bands and their history.

 

  1. Association of Concert Bands www.acbands.org
  2. Band Geeks - A list of community bands in the U. S. plus stories of famous composers such as John Philip Sousa, Karl L. King and Henry Fillmore. http://www.bandgeeksonline.com  
  3. Boerger - The world's largest set of community band and orchestra links. http://boerger.org
  4. U. S. Air Force Heritage of America Band http://www.heritageofamericaband.af.mil
  5. U. S. Army Band http://www.usarmyband.com/
  6. U. S. Coast Guard Band www.uscg.mil/band/
  7. "The President's Own" United States Marine Band. www.marineband.usmc.mil
  8. U. S. Navy Band http://www.navyband.navy.mil/
  9. Allentown Band - The oldest civilian concert band in the United States. http://www.allentownband.com
  10. Windjammers Unlimited, Inc. - Dedicated to the preservation of traditional circus music. http://www.circusmusic.org/
  11. Sousa - If you lived in a small town 100 years ago, nothing was more exciting than a Sousa Band concert. Listen to the music and learn about the most famous band in history. http://www.dws.org/sousa/
  12. The New Sousa Band http://www.newsousaband.com
  13.  The Ringgold Band - One of America’s first community bands, founded in 1852.  http://www.ringgoldband.com