History Of Band Clubs In Malta
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  • Il-Banda "Il-Banda" is a group of musicians that play together under the direction of a maestro. Different instruments are played. Usually "il-banda" plays during the village festa, and village celebrat ions
  • Dingli Band Club Christmas Concert 2007
  • History of "Il-Banda" in Malta. The Maltese band clubs have their roots in the middle ages tradition of playing music during feasts and processions. We know that that in the sixteenth century a band consisting of drums and flutes accompanied the procession.
  • 1800 Rabat Malta Il-Banda ta' l-Imdina
  • During the 19th century under the influence of military bands and Italian refugees escaping from the civil war in Italy wind instrument became popular. Small bands were formed by individuals. In some parishes were not enough persons who could afford to buy instruments were found the community with the help of some merchants intervened to help those who were ready to learn playing an instrument. In this way the first band clubs were formed in the late forties of the nineteenth century. Their main purpose was to take part in the village festas.
  • 1845- amongst the first musicians to form a band in Malta
  • In 1947 the number of band clubs in Malta was about 60, There was a band club in every parish and in many cases there were more than one. During this year as a committee member of the Saint Joseph band club of Ħamrun, Chev M.A. Delia proposed that his club invites representatives from all band clubs with the intention of forming an association. The idea was received with great enthusiasm and nearly all the clubs joined the newly formed association. Malta was still a colony in 1947 and as was the practice the name given was in English ‘ Malta Band Clubs Association’. In 1975 the name was changed to ‘GĦaqda Każini tal-Banda’
  • 1875 - Banda Sant' Andrija Hal-Luqa Malta
  • The first activities of this society were to make representation with the government to alleviate the impositions the government had on these band clubs. All clubs enjoyed from the benefits of these achievements.
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  • The association was accepted by the government and other important institution to represent the band clubs and was entrusted to organize the distribution of services amongst the clubs.
  • Teaching of music is important to have more musicians. In 1957 this association organized a competition between clubs to encourage them to make greater effort in teaching of music.
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  • Christmas Concert 2008
  • Christmas Concert 2008
  • Christmas Concert 2008
  • Christmas Concert 2008