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stand tune
 n.— «Then there are what band members and directors simply refer to as “stand tunes.” “They’re the songs that everyone in the stands knows,” said Garden Spot band member Julia Smith, 16, a three-year member of the band. Garden Spot favorites, she said, are “lots of the oldies,” including “Twist and Shout’”Shout” and “Hey Baby.”» —“Music to our ears” by Kim O’Brien Lancaster Online (Pennsylvania) Sept. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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