2019 Drum Corps Associates World Championships Finals Competition


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Some of the guard has “arrow head” props and point them in different directions as if they are diverging paths.

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Then go to bed and don't pester the people who do.

I think this may cross over into about 3 of the current threads here. I am heavily involved with Gold and I am proud of all our "Band Parents" who drove over 9 hours each way to come see their kids ba

I'm a member of the Cabs Alumni, and we were instructed by DCA that we had to fill up 25 minutes at our finals exhibition, hence the inclusion of three parade tunes after our concert number.  

Man, this is 5th???

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Next on the field and competing in DCA Open Class is the White Sabers from Dansville, New York. Here is their 2019 program information, courtesy of Drum Corps Xperience:

007 - Becoming Bond

You Know My Name (from Casino Royale) by Chris Cornell | David Arnold

Welcome To Cuba (from Die Another Day) by David Arnold

Skyfall by Paul Adele and Epworth

Live and Let Die by Linda McCartney | Paul McCartney  Paul McCartney & Wings Wings Over America

Goldeneye by Bono | The Edge

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By the way, Bush basses ALL playing the beat off the field is INTENSE.

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“Why do we need 00 agents? The truth is, what I see frightens me”

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Horns come up on the sound of a gun cocking.

Trombone quartet steps up on a stage behind the pit.

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Low brass on the right side, followed by upper brass on the left. Trombones still playing, now marching with the rest of the low brass. Do they do that for the entire show or just until they get a chance to switch horns?

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Getting some great guard attitude. Little pops of the head and faces full of excitement.

A large red sheet gets pulled over the corps as we get an announcement that we are now in Cuba.

Trombones are back on the stage, along with our Bond girl.

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Great groove in Welcome To Cuba. Does feel like we’re in Havana on a secret mission.

”Shaken, not stirred”. Of course.

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