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epaselect epa05400625 A Chinese military band member is seen playing his trumpet below the Communist Star before a celebration ceremony of the 95th anniversary of Founding the Communist Party of China at the Great Hall of the People (GHOP) in Beijing, China, 01 July 2016. China marks on 01 July the 95th anniversary of the formation of its ruling communist party with a grand ceremony at the GHOP.  EPA/HOW HWEE YOUNG

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A Chinese military band member is seen playing his trumpet below the Communist Star before a celebration ceremony of the 95th anniversary of Founding the Communist Party of China at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China 

The Wider Image: Street life in Kolkata...Local band members wait to board a passenger bus to reach a wedding procession venue in Kolkata, India, March 10, 2016. Some people in Kolkata earn a living by selling second-hand clothes, driving rickshaws or in the city’s food markets. Those too poor to afford a home of their own sleep where they work, helping people who moved to the city to find work to send money back home. Outside working hours residents of the city formerly called Calcutta might enjoy a game of chess or carrom, while children play soccer with friends. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri SEARCH "STREET KOLKATA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES

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Local band members wait to board a passenger bus to reach a wedding procession venue in Kolkata, India 

Members from North Korea's Moranbong band walk out of their hotel in Beijing on Friday. North Korea's premier pop group, the all-girl Moranbong band formed by leader Kim Jong-Un, is electrifying audiences in China in shows aimed at harmonising out-of-tune ties between the traditional allies

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Members from North Korea’s Moranbong band walk out of their hotel in Beijing on Friday. North Korea’s premier pop group, the all-girl Moranbong band formed by leader Kim Jong-Un, is electrifying audiences in China

Navy Day celebration in Mumbai

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An Indian Navy band performs during a rehearsal for Navy Day celebrations in Mumbai, India, on Wednesday. The Indian Navy celebrates Navy Day on December 4, to commemorate the Indian Navy attack on Karachi harbour during the Indo-Pakistan war in 1971.

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Band Major of Pakistan Desert Rangers, Muhammad Iqbal (C) conducts his team members before they mount on camels for a march in Moj Garh, some 100 kilometres east of Bahawalpur in Punjab Province.

Members of an Indian wedding band play brass instruments during a religious procession for the Hindu festival Ganesh Chaturthi in New Delhi

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Members of an Indian wedding band play brass instruments during a religious procession for the Hindu festival Ganesh Chaturthi in New Delhi

A military band conductor practices during rehearsal ahead the opening session of the third plenum of the 12th National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, 05 March 2015. The NPC has over 3,000 delegates and is the world's largest parliament or legislative assembly though its function is largely as a formal seal of approval for the policies fixed by the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party.

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A military band conductor practices during rehearsal ahead the opening session of the third plenum of the 12th National People’s Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China on Thursday

Police Scotland Fife pipe band take part in 2014 World Pipe Band Championships grade one qualifiers at Glasgow Green on August 15, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland. The annual World Pipe Band Championships has returned to Glasgow this weekend, with a programme that will have 300 performances from 223 pipe bands competing for the title.

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Police Scotland Fife pipe band take part in 2014 World Pipe Band Championships grade one qualifiers at Glasgow Green on Friday in Glasgow, Scotland

Members of the robot rock band Z-Machines, guitarist Mach, keyboardist Cosmo and drummer Ashura perform during the band's debut live concert in Tokyo...Members of the robot rock band Z-Machines, guitarist Mach (C), keyboardist Cosmo (L) and drummer Ashura perform during the band's debut live concert in Tokyo June 24, 2013. Three robot rockers took to the stage in Tokyo on Monday to perform three songs, including one in collaboration with Japanese pop girl duo Amoyamo, to a crowd of nearly 100 people.

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Robot rock band Z-Machines performs during the band’s debut concert in Tokyo. Guitarist Mach (centre), keyboardist Cosmo (left) and drummer Ashura took to the stage in Tokyo on Monday to perform three songs, including one in collaboration with Japanese pop girl duo Amoyamo, to a crowd of almost 100 people.