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2018 Drum Corps Associates Preliminary Competition - Williamsport, Pennsylvania

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Stand Up for Something. Corps is having some fun with this one. Nice swing feel. Corps comes up to the front side line for a park and blow which gets some applause.

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Nice job by the head DM to work the crowd. First strong reaction of the day.

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Drum solo. Guard is on rifle or on changing the props in the backfield, now forming a stylized American flag. Horns move back from the front sideline and head into Sing, Sing, Sing.

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Fancy stickwork by the percussion during Sing, Sing, Sing. A little trade off between the trap set in the pit and the drum line. DM working the crowd again, getting them to clap (CORRECTLY) on 2 and 4. Nice segue into Stars and Stripes with the same swing feel as Sing, Sing, Sing.

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Big sound from the corps to finish the show!

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Columbus Saints
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Next on the field is the Highland Regiment from Branchburg, New Jersey. Competing in Class A, their 2018 program is entitled "The Lion and the Cross" and consists of:

Moorside March (from A Moorside Suite)
Psalm 23
Highland Castle - The Chase
Highland Castle - The Lake
Highland Castle - The Fling  

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Who are the two feed announcers?

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I know it's not, but, for a second, I thought they were opening with Fanfare For The New. I would have been OK with that, as well. Instead, it is Moorside March. I actually remember Blue Knights playing this in the late 80s.

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2 minutes ago, brichtimp said:

Who are the two feed announcers?

David Bruni and Joey Pero.

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