DCI 30 years ago, and the decline of Drum Corps.

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Corps had INDIVIDUALITY, an IDENTITY, and played very entertaining shows that were also difficult and competitive.

...and today's corps have none of these attributes? Today's corps have plenty of individuality and identity. Each of them have their own way of doing things and different ways of designing shows as well as upholding different kinds of traditions. Also, today's shows are VERY entertaining and incredibly difficult and competitive. If this weren't so, would thousands of people be attending shows today?

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Have you ever seen indoor percussion? Drum Corps type stuff is stronger than ever!

I hosted a couple open calass kids at my small condo where my oldest sleeps in the living room. What have you done to help?

Yea didn't think so!

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