Design Guide: Band Training Facilities
6 snare drums
See the balance of this Paragraph 4-8, for storage space
requirements for these instruments.
2. Non-Issued Instruments. Instruments kept in the
Storage room until required generally include duplicates
for bad-weather use, or large instruments, or those for very
occasional use by other than the marching band:
1 french horn
3 bass viols
1 english horn
1 electric piano
5 snare drums
See Paragraph 4-11 for storage space requirements for
3. Stationary Instruments. Instruments which are gener-
ally left locked in the Main Rehearsal and Practice Rooms
because of their large size, but which may at times be kept
in Storage, include:
6 drums, of various sizes
Smaller percussion instruments (gourds, gongs, congas,
marimba, etc.) can be stored in a large cabinet on wheels,
and either rolled into the Storage area or left locked in
the Main Rehearsal Room.
Space use for Individual Instrument Locker/Instrument Clean-
ing (see also Paragraph 2-3):
Storage of issued instruments in individual lockers appro-
priate to the size of the instrument issued.
Cleaning of instruments by band personnel themselves.
C. Size and Critical Dimensions
Instrument Lockers: 520 NSF for a 45-mem-
ber band; 680 NSF for a 65-member band.
q Instrument Cleaning area: 75 NSF for either size band.