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Fred Windish

Would you still cheer . . .?

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. . . 2021 drum corps performing with

 

25% fewer marching members.

minimal props.

smaller pit equipment requirements.

multi-year uniform designs.

3 year old brass and percussion instruments. 

limited, basic amplification.

occasional re-use of a music selection the following year.

just one extended traveling tour.

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I sure will !

Older, long term, fans jumped out of their seats screaming for many years with that same product. Who knew?

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Under some of those conditions, will probably cheer louder. 

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Imagine how the audience will react to the first corps that performs after the hiatus - let alone all the other corps that perform.

The audience will be putty in their hands. 

Dogs and cats on DCP will unite. 

Ok - that last part may be stretching it a bit. 

 

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Always enjoyed the smaller corps anyway. More interesting when you put on a show with what you have available instead of having everything to choose from. More interesting show design imo

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So you're asking if I would cheer for a 1980's or '90's show? Heck yeah I would!

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I think more than just drum corps will be getting back to basics.  

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good is good. i jut watched 77 finals the other day, then watched 18 the next day. 

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4 hours ago, Fred Windish said:

multi-year uniform designs.

The 2021 uniforms might be unique, if there's no vaccine until fall of next year.

Why don't we just put everyone in a space outfit or something like that?

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