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DCI World Championship Semis - Friday, August 9, 2019

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The props during Shallow are set up in an S shape, a possible call out to their own name as well as to the name of the song.

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The solo flag performer on the opposite side of the field from the horns is doing a ton of great equipment work spinning the flag around his neck, just letting the flag’s momentum carry it.

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And that solo rifle toss. That snap on the catch gave me life.

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Tuba player just booked backwards while snapping that horn up. ATHLETIC.

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Trombone soloist is nailing it.

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Snarky Puppy just works so well in drum corps.

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8 tubas laying down the killer Shokufan bass line.

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1 minute ago, kevingamin said:

The solo flag performer on the opposite side of the field from the horns is doing a ton of great equipment work spinning the flag around his neck, just letting the flag’s momentum carry it.

I forget which group it was in the top 15 last night (maybe Mandarins?)  but there was a close up of something I'd not caught before.  A line of flags does a toss then catches it by the bottom of the extended silk letting the pole carry around with momentum and then grasping the pole.  It was amazingly consistent from person to person on the line despite the potential to grab that silk at the wrong spot and mess up the pole rotation.

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9 minutes ago, N.E. Brigand said:

Wait, is it "Experiment Ten"? Or "Experiment Ex"?

Ten. It refers to this being their 10th season back on the field since their hiatus.

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Rifle soloist on the left side, trumpet and trombone soloists wailing on the  right. Full corps just pounding us with the end of that show.

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