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2018 Drum Corps Associates World Championships Finals Competition - Williamsport, Pennsylvania

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Trumpets and mellos introduce the final movement, Orawa. Low brass joins to add pulse to the music. Guard on silks with neon/florescent arrows in rows, pointing in opposite directions.

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Silent drill moment leading into the big Orawa statement and the close of the show.

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Next on the field is the Govenaires from St. Peter, Minnesota. Their 2018 program is entitled "A Wo/Mans World" and consists of:

It's a Man's World
Run the World (Girls)

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I like the idea but Uhhh Fran you're the expert here,  but boy these guys are not professional announcers...lol

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Baritone and tuba duet to open Proud Mary, Tina Turner style. John Mayer is miced this year, so we can actually hear him without him having to yell!

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Tempo picks up, again like Tina Turner. Trumpet and mellos start the melody before handing it off to the low brass on the opposite side of the field.

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Great jam session here before returning to the melody.

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Horns form a W on the field as they finish the opener.

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Horns turn backfield and perform Kival Sviri (Andy, did you throw that in there? We had that as a warm-up in Glassmen when we marched together).

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Guard looking very fierce as they change their costumes. Less pink and more Wonder Woman.

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