drumhead


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drumhead

1. Music the part of a drum that is actually struck with a stick or the hand
2. the head of a capstan, pierced with holes for the capstan bars
3. another name for eardrum
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There will be a daytime Drumhead service at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Thiepval Memorial to the Missing.
Sunday will feature a Drumhead service and parade by Army cadets, members of the RAF Association, forces charities and local scouts and cubs - accompanied by the Meltham Mills Brass Band - from l.
From the Drumhead Services that started the day through to the 'beat the retreat', hundreds of families enjoyed the stalls, displays, street entertainment, and joined in the workshops.
During Saturday's event, the Royal Welsh Regiment band led a parade from the castle's car park before the Drumhead Service.
Camping at Barnard Castle was a treat for these members of the lst Haverton Hill Boys' Brigade company shown in the picture top before a drumhead service held on the camp site.
As ever, the event concluded with the poignant drumhead service and two-minute silence as thousands of poppy petals fell from the ceiling in memory of lives lost.
HUNDREDS of veterans gathered on Horse Guards Parade in London yesterday for a Drumhead commemoration to celebrate Victory in Japan.
They were taking part in a drumhead service at London's Horse Guards Parade, attended by Prince Charles and Camilla.
Activities included a traditional Drumhead Service at St Andrew's Wallace Green Church, a parade, exhibitions and reenactments.
Activities included a traditional Drumhead Service, a parade, exhibitions and re-enactments.
In addition to valuable local items, the auction will contain rare celebrity pieces including a drumhead autographed by Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, autographed sheet music from Maroon 5 and The Eagles, a sketch of Bart Simpson autographed by creator Matt Groenig, and a guitar autographed by Paul McCartney.
Hampton would chime in on vibraphone and then pick up drumsticks to wale on a floor tom, twirling the sticks like batons and tossing them into the air, before finally jumping onto the drumhead to dance.