Views of the National Youth Band at Lincoln College. Pictured in frame 3 is Paul Dunningham and in frame 5 is Sue Hall.
Scenes of The Chapta performing at Mojos Nitespot on the corner of Gloucester Street and Chancery Lane in central Christchurch.
Scenes of the band, The Flying Wilds, performing to an audience on the banks of the Avon River.
The 1st Canterbury Regimental Band during their centennial at Lancaster Park.
The 1st Canterbury Regimental Band during a visit to Sydney.
The 1st Canterbury Regimental Band at Tekapo. In the front centre is Defyd Williams, the musical director.
Gary Brain, percussionist with “Music Players 70”, setting up musical instruments for a performance of a work by Karlheinze Stockhausen.
The Cashmere High School Big band which competed at the national youth jazz band contest in Tauranga.
Newspaper caption: Burnham Industrial School.
A band performing outside a building at the New Brighton Market in Brighton Mall.
David Grimwood with part of a drum kit at a musical instrument market sale to raise money for the Christchurch Garrison Band in the Aldwins Road hall in Linwood.
Views of brass band musicians with musical instruments at the Theatre Royal. [Frames 0a and 1a] Musicians standing in front of “no parking” sign.
North Canterbury Caledonian Pipe Band at Rugby Park for the Canterbury provincial pipe band competitions.
The City of Christchurch Ladies' Pipe Band at Rugby Park for the Canterbury provincial pipe band competitions.
[Frames 11a and 12a] Gary Vinnell and Paul Willis of the Levin Municipal Band, playing their cornets while wearing raincoats. [Frames 13a, 14a, 15a and 16a] Members of the Levin Municipal Band moving...
Views of the drummer of the support act to country singer Willie Nelson, The Little River Band, performing at QEII Park. Frames one and six are views of the audience during the concert.
Drummer for the New Zealand Army Band, Lyndsay Moverley with a student from Lady of Victories School, Marina De Lore, ahead of a band performance for schools at Christchurch Town Hall.
Portraits of Wayne Mitchell holding a tom-tom drum, who is in Christchurch to promote "off the beaten track" international tours.
"Blam Blam Blam play their final song of the night which was, not unexpectedly, "There Is No Depression in New Zealand". Blam Blam Blam reformed to tour the main centers plus Paekakariki in August...
Jerry Maimane, one of the newest members to join the cast of "Ipi Tombi" in costume ahead of a performance at Christchurch Town Hall.
Views of Jerry Maimane, one of the newest members to join the cast of "Ipi Tombi" in costume ahead of a performance at Christchurch Town Hall.
Views of Tseko Tsotetsi (left) and Jerry Maimane, the newest members to join the cast of "Ipi Tombi", in costume ahead of a performance at Christchurch Town Hall.
Group shot of the pipe band from the ninth intake of compulsory military training, with rope drums and bagpipes. Owen Genet is in the back row, on the right side.
Bob Bradford's band performing at Telethon as the funds reach $1 million.