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The Marching and Cycling Band HHK was a marching band from Haarlem, The Netherlands which existed from 1964 until 2014, started by a fusion in 1964 of two ancestor bands: Kunstkring Apollo and Harmonie Crescendo under the name of Haarlems Harmonie Kapel (HHK). The band had a unique way of performing: marching and cycling, hence the name "Marching and Cycling Band HHK". The MaC-Band was a band that played music from the pop, musical and film worlds. They exercised weekly.

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  • Die Marching and Cycling Band HHK war eine Marching Band aus Haarlem in den Niederlanden. Sie war von 1964 bis 2014 aktiv und trat auch auf Fahrrädern auf. Die Band spielte Stücke aus dem Pop-, Musical- und Filmwelt-Repertoire.
  • De Marching and Cycling Band HHK was een muziekvereniging uit Haarlem die heeft bestaan van 1964 tot en met 2014, en is in 1964 ontstaan uit een fusie van twee verenigingen (Kunstkring Apollo en Harmonie Crescendo) onder de naam Haarlems Harmonie Kapel (HHK). De naam "Marching and Cycling Band HHK" verwijst naar de bijzondere manier van optreden van de vereniging: zowel lopend als fietsend. Muziek uit de pop-, musical- en filmwereld behoorde tot het repertoire.
  • The Marching and Cycling Band HHK was a marching band from Haarlem, The Netherlands which existed from 1964 until 2014, started by a fusion in 1964 of two ancestor bands: Kunstkring Apollo and Harmonie Crescendo under the name of Haarlems Harmonie Kapel (HHK). The band had a unique way of performing: marching and cycling, hence the name "Marching and Cycling Band HHK". The MaC-Band was a band that played music from the pop, musical and film worlds. They exercised weekly.
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  • Die Marching and Cycling Band HHK war eine Marching Band aus Haarlem in den Niederlanden. Sie war von 1964 bis 2014 aktiv und trat auch auf Fahrrädern auf. Die Band spielte Stücke aus dem Pop-, Musical- und Filmwelt-Repertoire.
  • De Marching and Cycling Band HHK was een muziekvereniging uit Haarlem die heeft bestaan van 1964 tot en met 2014, en is in 1964 ontstaan uit een fusie van twee verenigingen (Kunstkring Apollo en Harmonie Crescendo) onder de naam Haarlems Harmonie Kapel (HHK). De naam "Marching and Cycling Band HHK" verwijst naar de bijzondere manier van optreden van de vereniging: zowel lopend als fietsend. Muziek uit de pop-, musical- en filmwereld behoorde tot het repertoire.
  • The Marching and Cycling Band HHK was a marching band from Haarlem, The Netherlands which existed from 1964 until 2014, started by a fusion in 1964 of two ancestor bands: Kunstkring Apollo and Harmonie Crescendo under the name of Haarlems Harmonie Kapel (HHK). The band had a unique way of performing: marching and cycling, hence the name "Marching and Cycling Band HHK". The MaC-Band was a band that played music from the pop, musical and film worlds. They exercised weekly.
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