2008 Madison Scouts March Camp Report
Winter drum line, state solo and ensemble competitions, mandatory concerts and recitals were some of the many distractions to our March camp, but the membership faced these challenges and still achieved the stated goals for the weekend. At the corps’ fourth camp, the focus was on solidifying the program and concert music while learning the first several phrases of drill.
Scheduling conflicts with members of the battery prompted the corps to require only the snares and tenors which, in turn, created a unique approach to music ensemble. On Saturday night, the horn line and front ensemble met to play through the concert piece Madison Moments before being joined by the snares and tenors to work through the program music.
Read the rest of the article here.