How long does it take until you get sick of your show?

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Post by MinCook » Sun Apr 04, 2004 11:36 am

Our show gets changed a lot too improve staging concepts, show continuation, musicality, solos, and to improve the logic of the story line... Therefore im still hyping on my show. :drums:
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Post by cutenerd17 » Sun Apr 11, 2004 8:24 am

ugh! it takes me like... two weeks to get sick of our marching band shows. maybe because they're awful lol. I only got to do winter line one year at Charter Oak - I'm still not sick of that show! It was so much fun :)
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Post by Noh » Tue May 04, 2004 1:15 pm

Well, when your band teacher writes the parts, takes them from last years field show and from this years feild show, when the concept dies, and the parts all SUCK.......well you get tired of it when you've memorized it after the second time you played it...which id like ten minutes after you got the music. Speaking of which there is practice today HORRAY!!! :evil:

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Post by Crazy_Black_Sax » Wed May 12, 2004 9:57 pm

sick of show? sick of purple? NEVER!!! The purple is forever. plus we got some kick ass groove sections that you cant get sick of.....



:hum: but all that aside maybe when we are trying to work on the next show.
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