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East Duplin High School Marching Panthers. 2013 Marching Band Show. How do you measure a year?. One Year is . . . 12 Months 52 Weeks 365 Days 8,760 Hours 525,600 Minutes. Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year. Ralph Waldo Emerson

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One Year is . . .

  • 12 Months

  • 52 Weeks

  • 365 Days

  • 8,760 Hours

  • 525,600 Minutes


  • Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year.Ralph Waldo Emerson

  • In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.

    Abraham Lincoln


col·lage  (k-läzh, k-)n.

  • 1.

    • a. An artistic composition of materials and objects pasted over a surface, often with unifying lines and color.

    • b. A work, such as a literary piece, composed of both borrowed and original material.

  • 2. The art of creating such compositions.

  • 3. An assemblage of diverse elements: 



  • Valentine’s Day

  • Christmas

  • Winter

  • Spring

  • Summer

  • Autumn

  • Independence Day


  • New Year’s Day

  • Valentine’s Day

  • Spring

  • First Day of Summer

  • Independence Day

  • Fall

  • Winter

  • Christmas Day

  • New Year’s Eve


  • Auld Lang Syne

  • Seasons of Love, from “Rent”

  • Simple Gifts, from “Appalachian Spring”

  • School’s Out, by Alice Cooper

  • The Stars and Stripes Forever, by John Philip Sousa

  • Autumn Leaves, by Joseph Kosma

  • Jingle Bells, traditional carol

  • Angels We Have Heard on High, traditional carol


New year s day
New Year’s Day

  • As the show begins, the band starts the countdown:

    • 10… 9… 8… 7… 6… 5… 4… 3… 2… 1…

  • The show starts right at Midnight with a rendition of the folk song “Auld Lange Syne” to signify the start of a new year.

  • The band is in a company front in the middle of the field



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New Year’s Day

  • The Colorguard will be split between Rifles and Flags

  • The flags will be on 6’ poles

  • Bright Silver Textured flags

    • (Think Confetti and streamers)


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New Year’s Day

  • The music starts off in “half-time”

  • After a short fermata, the music switches to “double-time”

  • The group ends with the band making a giant “1”



Valentine s day
Valentine’s Day

  • Music: Seasons of Love, from “Rent”

  • Music is upbeat, starts with percussion/

    Woodwinds

  • Music gradually crescendos

  • Band/guard in curvilinear forms


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Valentine’s Day

  • Guard starts off with rifles/silver flags

  • Rifle people continue

  • Silver flags switch

    to rose flags

  • Rifles switch after


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Valentine’s Day

  • Drill set for impact


Spring
Spring

  • Music: Simple Gifts by Aaron Copland

  • Emphasis on growth, being “bright”

  • Percussion transition to pit instruments

  • Trumpet solo acc. By percussion

  • Woodwind/Pit percussion soli

  • Full ensemble “Impact” halt

  • Fade out


Spring1
Spring

  • Guard changes equipment during drum break

  • Guard soloist during

    Trumpet solo (dance)

  • Some more guard members

    Join in during woodwind soli

  • Full guard w/ flags for

    “impact” section



Summer
Summer

  • Music: School’s Out by Alice Cooper

  • Abrupt change—starts with percussion drumbreak

  • Loud “school bell” rings at the beginning of the drumbreak

  • Students have angular block sets

  • Colorguard on Rifles/flag poles



Independence day
Independence Day

  • Music:TheStars and Stripes Forever, John Philip Sousa

  • The idea is to represent/reflect an Independence Day parade

  • Band marches straight forward (like in a parade)

  • Guard uses rifles and Patriotic Flags





Autumn
Autumn

  • Music: Autumn Leaves by Joseph Kosma

  • Transition from “Independence Day” uses quote from “Summertime”

  • Hornline+guard forms “Tree” set

  • Half-Time feel (slow)

  • Possible “body work” during Tree set


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Autumn

  • Guard switches flags

    During transition

  • Full guard ensemble

    On Leaf Flags

  • Section ends with

    Flags falling to ground



Winter
Winter

  • Music: Jingle Bells

  • Students sit up like they’re feeling snow on their faces

  • Jovial, playful style

  • Drill in pods

  • Guard uses rifles, maybe snowflakes



Christmas
Christmas

  • Music: Angels we have Heard on High

  • Starts layering on top of Jingle Bells

  • Hornline gradually starts collecting closer together

  • Arrive at slow section – Halt in Christmas tree set


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Christmas

  • Christmas Flags



New year s eve
New Year’s Eve

  • Auld Lange Syne

  • After the Christmas section, the band starts the countdown again (10… 9… etc)

  • Band plays “Auld Lange Syne” again, but this time it gets a better resolution


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New Year’s Eve

  • Full ensemble on “Celebration” Flags






  • Overall:

    • Positive and enthusiastic

    • Lots of stylistic changes

    • Lots of different colors

    • Easy to understand

    • Fun


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