|1996||Theme from Shaft * Land of Make Believe * Eleanor Rigby|
|1997||New World Symphony (Intro) * New World Symphony (1st Movement) * Tactical Instinct * Chorale and Shaker Dance|
|1998||Feels So Good....Selections by Chuck Mangione - Echano * Feels So Good * HeliChopter * El Gato Triste|
|1999||Les Miserables - I Dreamed A Dream (from Les Miserables) * At the End of the Day (from Les Miserables) * Look Down (from Les Miserables) * On My Own (from Les Miserables) * Attack on Rue Plumet (from Les Miserables) * Bring Him Home (from Les Miserables) * One Day More (from Les Miserables) * At the Barricades (from Les Miserables)|
|2000||207||82.350||Russian Classics, With An American Twist - Festive Overture * Slava * Firebird Suite|
|2001||208||84.600||New Editions for the Archives - I, The Music of Chung Yiu-Kwong - Symphony No.1 for Wind Orchestra: Part II - Mountain Ritual Dances * Festive Celebration for Wind Orchestra|
|2002||303||85.350||New Editions for the Archives II: YASUHIDE ITO - Funa Uta for Band * Symphony in 3 Scenes (La Sinfonia & La Vita)|
|2005||302||88.525||Dreams of Formosa - Regarding the Incredibly Deadly Viper (from Lemony Snicket: A Series of Unfortunate Events) * Taken by Surprize (from Lemony Snicket: A Series of Unfortunate Events) * Hurricane Herman (from Lemony Snicket: A Series of Unfortunate Events) * Green Island Serenade * Spirit Dance|
|2013||33||60.900||The Butterfly Lovers - Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto|
The corps is mostly comprised of university students from Northern Taiwan; however membership is open to anyone under the age of 22 living in the Taipei area.
The corps was formed officially in July, 1996, as a youth marching band, and made their Taiwan debut at the 1996 Taipei International Marching Band Festival.
In 1997, Yuehfu was invited by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to perform at the 45th anniversary of the crowning of Jordan's King Hussein. Although the trip wasn't made, the occasion marked the birth of the drum and G bugle corps. Yuehfu also won the Guan Juin TV Show Championship, aired by China Television in Taipei. Later, Yuehfu made several more China TV appearances.
Yuehfu received a First Prize with Honours rating, was the highest scoring community band, and placed fifth overall at the World Association of Marching Show Bands (WAMSB) Championships in Sydney, Australia, in 1999. This was the corps’ competitive debut.
The corps toured North America for the first time in 2000, and became the third DCI International Division Champions. The corps also won the Best Division II Drum Major Award at the DCI Summer Music Games in Washington D.C.
In 2001, Yuehfu expanded its North American tour to 24 days, and successfully defended its DCI International Division Championship, winning all captions and Best Drum Major in the International Division.
Highest Score 86.600
Final show in DCX Archives July 11, 1996 Sunnyvale CA placed 2 with a score of 86.600
Highest Score 72.600
Final show in DCX Archives July 11, 1997 Stockton CA placed 4 with a score of 72.600
Highest Score 84.900
Final show in DCX Archives August 7, 2000 DCI World Championships Division II Prelims Westminster MD placed 7 with a score of 82.350
Highest Score 85.400
Final show in DCX Archives August 11, 2001 DCI Championships - DCI I Finals Buffalo NY
Highest Score 85.850
Final show in DCX Archives August 10, 2002 World Championships Finals Madison WI
Highest Score 88.525
Final show in DCX Archives August 13, 2005 DCI World Championships - II/III Grand Finals Brockton MA placed 10 with a score of 88.525
Highest Score 77.350
Final show in DCX Archives August 8, 2013 DCI World Championship Prelims Indianapolis IN placed 33 with a score of 60.900
|Member Name||Section||Years Involved|
|Chang, Yin Sheng||baritone||1998 to 2001|
|Chien, Chi-Fan||Soprano||2002 to 2003|
|Fan, Jiaming||Drum Major||1997 to 2000|
|Hsieh, Cheng Hsuan||Mellophone||2001|
|Lee, Chia-ying||Percussion||2000 to 2002|
|Lin, Tzu-yu||soprano||1996 to 1998; 2001|
|Minna, CHEN||soprano||2000 to 2001|
|Sun, Shih-chin||Drum Major; Colorguard||1999 to 2001|
|Tang, Nan-pyn||Baritone||2003 to 2005|