Definitions

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  • noun A large, outdoor performing venue typically used by bands and orchestras, with the roof protecting musicians from the elements.

Etymologies

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band +‎ shell.

Examples

  • $274,850 for improvements to the Baysville bandshell, which is 31 kilometres from the site and also incomplete.

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  • Hudson Park and Beach is near Echo Bay and features a playground and a bandshell.

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  • As Masako tries to cheer Yuzo in the bandshell after being denied tickets to hear Schubert's Unfinished Symphony, she suggests they pretend.

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  • At the bandshell it's not a fully enacted performance, it's mostly just the music, possibly some funny hats.

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  • As Masako tries to cheer Yuzo in the bandshell after being denied tickets to hear Schubert's Unfinished Symphony, she suggests they pretend.

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  • Those for whom the term "Girl Group" conjures long-gone images of bouffant hairdos, crinoline and eyeliner might consider a visit on Saturday to the Damrosch Park bandshell, where Lincoln Center will continue its Out of Doors concert series.

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  • Borough president Marty Markowitz made an appearance, and we heard from others about the festival's humble beginnings and the way they transformed an abandoned bandshell into a cultural hub that gets some of the best local and international musicians to play on its stage each year.

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  • But this city is no dusty architectural archive—Frank Gehry's sinuous Millennium Park bandshell is six years young; Renzo Piano's floaty Modern Wing for the Art Institute of Chicago opened in 2009.

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  • Borough president Marty Markowitz made an appearance, and we heard from others about the festival's humble beginnings and the way they transformed an abandoned bandshell into a cultural hub that gets some of the best local and international musicians to play on its stage each year.

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  • Karin Almonte , a 31-year-old messenger from Washington Heights, bemoaned the ban as he watched a man wave a wand that spawned giant, translucent bubbles near the bandshell just south of Central Park's Bethesda Terrace.

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