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  1. Fekora

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    Jun 24,  · 24 June The Brisbane City Temple Band and Brisbane Excelsior Band join to honour Lieut-Colonel Ray Steadman-Allen. The late Lieutenant-Colonel Ray Steadman-Allen, one of The Salvation Army's great composers, was remembered in a tribute concert at Brisbane City Temple on Sunday afternoon 21 June.
  2. Tektilar

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    Mar 24,  · The Brisbane City Temple Band is one of the largest Salvation Army bands in Australia. It has a fine history of musicianship and has served the Brisbane community for over years. Under the.
  3. Kazragar

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    Brisbane City Temple Salvation Army Band, Category: Artist, Albums: Hymns Of Gold, Hymns of Gold, Top Tracks: Let There Be Praise, Joyful, Joyful, The Red Shield.
  4. Moogumuro

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    To provide a resource for The Salvation Army and other organisations to be utilised where a performance of both sacred and popular secular band music is appropriate. The band is a Salvation Army fellowship band based in Brisbane, Australia and providing concerts and other services throughout South East Queensland.
  5. Mikalrajas

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    May 31,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - March - On Parade - Brisbane City Temple Band of The Salvation Army YouTube March - Mighty To Save - International Staff Band of The Salvation Army - .
  6. Darisar

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    Brisbane City Temple Band Brisbane City Temple Songsters Community Chior. The Salvation Army Brisbane City Temple meeting times: SUNDAY am Family Worship. SUNDAY pm God's Sports Arena Church. Social Media. Send Us A Message. Name: * Email: * Comments: * * Required field. The Salvation Army is committed to upholding the.
  7. Gular

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    Brisbane City Temple Salvation Army Bnad, Category: Artist, Top Tracks: Amazing Grace, What A Friend We Have In Jesus, The Lord Is My Shepherd, Army Of God, Monthly Listeners: 15, Where People Listen: Bogotá, Babahoyo, Porter, Louisville, Bedford.
  8. Nikinos

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    The first official day of the ISB Australian tour, commenced with the bands arrival at Brisbane International Airport. Following the reclaiming of luggage and ensuring all instruments had remained intact from the long haul (I believe the only casualty was a baritone), it was a real lift to be greeted by several members of the Brisbane City Temple Corps including Corps officer Major Dean Clarke.

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