playing military marching music or instruments typical for that music
The United States Army’s premier musical organizations, the Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps, has inspired audiences throughout the Nation and abroad for many years.
also fife and drum corps , (n.)
- Fife and drum corps
noun See fife and drum
[fahyf] /faɪf/ noun 1. a high-pitched transverse flute used commonly in military and marching musical groups. verb (used with or without object), fifed, fifing. 2. to play on a fife. /faɪf/ noun 1. a small high-pitched flute similar to the piccolo and usually having no keys, used esp in military bands verb 2. to play […]
noun, Nautical. 1. a rail surrounding or next to the mast of a sailing vessel for use in holding the pins to which some of the running rigging is belayed. noun 1. (nautical) a rail at the base of a mast of a sailing vessel, fitted with pins for belaying running rigging Compare pin rail
[fahyf] /faɪf/ noun 1. Also called Fifeshire [fahyf-sheer, -sher] /ˈfaɪf ʃɪər, -ʃər/ (Show IPA). a historic county in E Scotland. 2. a region in E Scotland. 504 sq. mi. (1305 sq. km). /faɪf/ noun 1. a small high-pitched flute similar to the piccolo and usually having no keys, used esp in military bands verb 2. […]