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  1. Third Wind Letter From Home The First Circle
  2. From Drum Corps Xperience http://dcxmuseum.org Show Title"Time For A Change: The Music of Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays" (2003 Kingston Grenadiers - Kingston ONT) RepertoireAre We There Yet? by Lyle Mays RepertoireBeat 70 by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireBeat 70 (drum solo) by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireCross the Heartland by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireCruisin by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireDismantling Utopia by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays | Steve Rodby | Paul Wertico RepertoireFlight of the Falcon by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireHeat of the Day by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireMinuano (Six Eight) by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireOzark by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireSupertonic Suite by Lyle Mays RepertoireTell it All by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireThe Awakening by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireThe Continuing Adventures of Supertonic by Lyle Mays RepertoireThe First Circle by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireThe Heat of the Day by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireThe Heat of the Day by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireThe Roots of Coincidence by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireThe Way Up by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays RepertoireThird Wind by Pat Metheny | Lyle Mays
  3. Lyle Mays, keyboard player for Pat Metheny Group and composer of many charts that were also arranged for multiple drum corps, has died. https://www.wbgo.org/post/lyle-mays-evocative-pianist-who-helped-define-pat-metheny-group-dead-66
  4. Brilliant. The laughter that brought deserves more than an emoji
  5. I think PC here means program coordinator
  6. In the beginning, there was m-m-m-man... Dada is still alive (still alive, still alive) Now she must burn!
  7. If the difference is .1 or less it really is immaterial. DCI uses a scoring system for educational and entertainment purposes so you're always going to have a ranking. But when it's a tenth or less, no one will tell me Bluecoats weren't worthy of winning or Crown worthy of a medal. If it had been vice versa, I'd say the same about BD and SCV. Just not the way the captions added up. Most likely the kids have already worked out their issues with it, if they had any to begin with.
  8. Maybe its not horns. Maybe eliminating cymbal lines allows you to add five more percussionists in the pit, who can do multiple things, including crash cymbals. Or it could be a bigger guard. I think probably all or any of these things could be used to justify the decision.
  9. I'm intrigued that the thought is about visual. Wouldn't the idea be that since you've already got a set player and several keyboard players in the pit who can crash a cymbal when necessary, you can free up five or so spots for the hornline?
  10. It's really something. How far into this and no one's even mentioned the Blue Dev- Oh, right.