The Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad

Marching Gregorian Chant Society and White Noise Brigade

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Sew What Iz Teh Bnad?

Wii r teh Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad, orr LGMB 4 short. Weere ah supa CRAY mixs bitwean a marching bnad aynd ah spirite grup!! Teh Bnad is won of da oldest klubz/tradishunz of School™ & hour gole iz 2 spred School™ spirite. Any1 and evry1 is a part of da bnad! Whee putz fun 1rd and muzik 2st! Wen yu cum 2 an ahvent, yo ken grab juan uf awr trumpits, trombonerz, flooty tooties, sexyfones, d(r)umbs, stahp signz, fri-in’ panz, booties( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°), and mhany udderz (taht mai or mee knot b en anstrument)!

Evree yeer, wii ahtend krash tonnez ov avents liek Ruhugbee gaems, Santer Klauz & Priide purraid, charitee fundraizerz, School™ cearamoniees, calculuz lect(turd)z, futball lawses ahd muhch mach moar! Wii bring joaks, lawls ahd sumtymez evan muzik!

Sew howe doo yu #JoynTehBnad?? YU R ALRADY INN TEH BNAD!!! Just liek evree Enginer at U(t)! Yew can sine(θ) uhp 4 awr mailing list above, ten yoole allweighs kno whan &nd whar two sho uhp fhar eventz awl yeer!

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Freqhently Asked Questions

Yes, for the most part. The main differences are:
  • Some songs have been added (we never had sheet music for Wipeout or the Walking Songs)
  • Some songs are in the right key now (Blue and White and Hey Look Us Over were in the wrong key on the old sheet music)
  • Most songs have multiple parts now (tuba and trombone parts were added, as well as harmonies and countermelodies)
If you already memorized all the "old" music, you can just keep playing that (unless you really want to learn all the harmonies, or you're a trombone or tuba player and want to learn the actual trombone and tuba parts).
When in doubt, play the staff labeled "melody", and play the highest notes. The other parts/notes make the songs sound better, but aren't totally essential.
You can listen to bnad recordings here.
We provide everything on our events. Currently we have 8 trumpets, 8 trombones, 2 baritones, a French horn, a sousaphone, 2 flutes, 3 clarinets, 4 alto saxes, 4 tenor saxes, a pair of cymbals, a bass drum, 3 snare drums, a bunch of tom drums, and a bucket full of random stuff that makes noise.
We can lend you an instrument so you can practice and memorize the songs. We can't lend out $500 instruments to just anyone though, so show up to a couple of events and ask a bnad leedur (someone with a red hardhat) if you can borrow an instrument. If we've seen you a couple of times before, we'll lend you one. But you gotta ask!
Yeah, sure! We have a pile of cowbells/fire bells/maracas/washboards/bed pans and wet floor signs you can hit with a stick or something. Everyone is welcome to join the bnad, regardless of talent.
Come on a couple of bnad events and ask a bnad leedur if you can borrow an instrument. You can find lots of beginner lessons online. We've had bnad leedurs who started off as frosh playing fire bells on their first event, and learned to play trumpet by asking to borrow one from the bnad. We like having people who can actually play music come on our events, and we'll go out of our way to help you out - all you have to do is ask us!

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Quesitons? Comments? Concerns? WTF? Perhaps dere is an evehnt you think w(h)e should crash attend? Let us know!


B740 Sandford Fleming Building
10 King's College Road
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3G4