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Author:  malletphreak [ Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:28 pm ]
Post subject:  DCI/DCA 2011 Repertoires

I'm too lazy to keep updating this, so I guess I'll foist it off on Kevin. :nenr:

DCI

7th Regiment - UnSquare
Music of John Adams
Music of Dave Brubeck
Music of Radiohead

The Academy - (re)
Little Fugue in G minor (Bach)
Lux Aurumque (Whitacre)
Lollapalooza

Blue Devils
The Beat My Heart Skipped
includes such Bacharach treasures as:
A House Is Not a Home
Summer of 77
Walk On By
One Less Bell To Answer
Woman
I Say A Little Prayer
Wives And Lovers
God Give Me Strength


Blue Knights
First Suite in Eb (Gustav Holst)
Molly on the Shore (Percy Grainger)
Folk Song Suite (Ralph Vaughan Williams)

Blue Stars

Bluecoats - It's a Brave New World

Boston Crusaders - Revolution
Selections from Les Miserables... Alain Boublil & Claude-Michel Schonberg
1812 Overture... Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

The Cadets - Between Angels and Demons
Angels in the Architecture (Frank Ticheli)
Angels and Demons (Hans Zimmer)

Carolina Crown - Rach Starr

Cascades - Pandora, a Dark Gift
Selections from Joseph Vargo
Selections from William Piotrowski
Selections from Hans Zimmer
Selections from Michiru Yamane
Selections from David Gillingham
Selections from Alex North
Selections from Thomas Newman

The Cavaliers
Little Fugue in G minor (Bach)
Nature Boy from "Moulin Rouge"

Colts

Crossmen
Spinning Wheel (David Clayton Thomas)
Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen)
TBA

Genesis - Good vs Evil: A Clown's Perspective

Glassmen - My Mortal Beloved

Imperial Sound - A Mayday Festival
Festive Overture
This Sweet Merry Month of May
Molly on the Shore
Harkstow Grainger (from Lincolnshire Posy)
English Folk Song Suite

Jersey Surf

Madison Scouts - New York Morning
New York, New York from "On the Town"
Oh, What a Beautiful Morning from "Oklahoma"

Mandarins

Music City - Let's Dance
I Could Have Danced All Night, American Bandstand, Waltz of the Flowers from The Nutcracker, Rain Dance, Singin' in the Rain (from Singing In The Rain), Jai Ho from Slumdog Millionaire, Tennessee Waltz, Dancing Machine, Shake a Tail Feather

Oregon Crusaders - The Blue Hour
Music of Beethoven, Music of Ticheli, Music of John Mackey, Music of Ginastera, Music of Beltrami, Music of Debney

Pacific Crest - Push, Pull, Twist, Turn
Lauds (Praise High Day)... Ron Nelson
Push... Robert W Smith
Adagietto, Symphony No.5... Gustav Mahler
The Mechanical Ballet... Philip Glass
Serenada Schizophrana... Danny Elfman

Phantom Regiment - Juliet
- East of Eden, by Lee Holdridge
- Requiem, by Giuseppe Verdi
- Requiem, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Love Theme from Romeo & Juliet (A Time For Us), by Nino Rota
- Romeo & Juliet, by Sergei Prokofiev
- Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral (from Lohengrin), by Richard Wagner

Pioneer - Celebrate
Four Scottish Dances (Malcolm Arnold)
Songs without words, I'll love my love from 2nd suite in F for Military Band (Gustav Holst)
New World Symphony (Antonin Dvorak)
As Time Goes By (from Casablanca) (Herman Hupfeld)

Platinum - The Letter - Passion, Strength, Darkness

Revolution - Ride of your Life
Music of Ticheli
Music of Saucedo
Music of Nyman
Music of Michael Torke
Ride (Samuel Hazo)

Santa Clara Vanguard - The Devil's Staircase
musical selections will include works by Samuel Barber, Avner Dorman, Gyorgy Ligeti

Spartans - Midnight
Midnight
Bella's Lullaby from Twilight
Music from Twilight

Spirit of Atlanta
Harlem Nocturne by Earle Hagen

Teal Sound - Sinvitation 7
Show will be based on the music of the group "A Perfect Circle"

Troopers - The Road Home
Music will include pieces by Aaron Copland & John Adams


International Corps

Beatrix - City of Angels

Author:  Wildabeast [ Fri Nov 19, 2010 7:22 pm ]
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Troopers announced their show title on their Facebook page.
"The Road Home"

Author:  Wildabeast [ Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:15 pm ]
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The Boston Crusaders have a concept in place, but I personally don't think "Revolution" is going to be the title as some others think.

http://www.bostoncrusaders.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=157:2011show&catid=3:news&Itemid=13.

Author:  Hostrauser [ Mon Nov 22, 2010 9:20 pm ]
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Wildabeast wrote:
The Boston Crusaders have a concept in place, but I personally don't think "Revolution" is going to the title as some others think.

http://www.bostoncrusaders.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=157:2011show&catid=3:news&Itemid=13.

Bought dang time someone in DCI brought Les Mis back to the field. :tup:

Author:  malletphreak [ Sun Nov 28, 2010 12:34 pm ]
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updated

Author:  Chaporch [ Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:07 pm ]
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Molly on the Shore is not from Lincolnshire Posy. Same composer, different pieces.

Author:  malletphreak [ Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:24 pm ]
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Chaporch wrote:
Molly on the Shore is not from Lincolnshire Posy. Same composer, different pieces.


fixed...

Author:  Hostrauser [ Thu Dec 30, 2010 2:51 pm ]
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The inspiration for SCV 2011... "The Devil's Staircase"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZTaiDHqs5s

Author:  MaestroOfBandX [ Thu Jan 06, 2011 1:57 pm ]
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Since you don't have any DCA corps listed yet, I thought I would post ours.....

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SoCal Dream proudly announces their 2011 show entitled, "Dream Riffs: Something Borrowed, Something Blues”. Our production opens with “Baroque Samba" by Darmon Meader which begins with a traditional Baroque approach, then surprisingly changes into a high energy Samba. Our Feature: “Autumn Leaves” by Joseph Kosma offers the performer limitless creative opportunities which have inspired generations of jazz players. Our ballad: "In Her Family” by Pat Metheny a haunting, pensive and beautiful ballad with lush harmonies that give this piece a very special texture and feel. And closing out our show is "Nutville" by Horace Silver. This piece is guaranteed to deliver a healthy dose of high paced mambo/jazz which has become a Drum Corps standard.

Author:  Hostrauser [ Mon Jan 24, 2011 4:33 pm ]
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The grapevine yields its secrets to me...

THE ACADEMY - "(re)"
Little Fugue in G minor
Lux Aurumque
Lollapalooza

BLUECOATS - "It's a Brave New World"
Based on the novel "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley. Somewhat of a sequel to last year's show. Music unconfirmed, but supposedly the ballad is "Creep" by Radiohead.

BLUE KNIGHTS
Irish/Scottish-themed show complete with a "regimental" drum portion to the show (i.e., not your standard field marching snares). Holst's First Suite is supposedly part of the show.

CAROLINA CROWN - "Rach Starr"
A mash-up of rock songs and selections from Rachmaninoff Piano Concertos No. 2 and 3. Rumor: Crown's synth player is Nick Starr (well, that much is fact), so the title is also an allusion to the supposedly impressive piano cadenzas that will be in the show.

MADISON SCOUTS - "New York Morning"
New York, New York from "On the Town"
Oh, What a Beautiful Morning from "Oklahoma"
(closer TBA)

PHANTOM REGIMENT - "Juliet"
Rumor: Phantom's going back to all black uniforms for this show based on the greatest tragic story of all time.

THE CADETS - "Angels and Demons"
Angels in the Architecture
Music from the film "Angels and Demons"
Rumor: The Cadets are supposedly also looking at a uniform twist, much like 2005, 2006. Half the corps will supposedly be in "photo negative" uniforms, with maroon pants and white tops, or with black somehow worked into the uniform (to represent the "demons" side of the show, of course).

Author:  Hostrauser [ Mon Jan 24, 2011 4:41 pm ]
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Hostrauser wrote:
The inspiration for SCV 2011... "The Devil's Staircase"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZTaiDHqs5s

I just checked out the score to the Ligeti piece. Definitely an interesting piece to bring to the field, since it has no time signature! :shock:

(The score's notes: 12/8 is provided as guideline, the actual metre consists of 36 quavers divided asymmetrically. Tempo is given as dotted whole note = 30)

Author:  Hostrauser [ Tue Mar 08, 2011 5:08 pm ]
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Per Phantom's facebook page...

Phantom Regiment- Juliet
- East of Eden, by Lee Holdridge
- Requiem, by Giuseppe Verdi
- Requiem, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Love Theme from Romeo & Juliet (A Time For Us), by Nino Rota
- Romeo & Juliet, by Sergei Prokofiev
- Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral (from Lohengrin), by Richard Wagner

Author:  malletphreak [ Tue Mar 08, 2011 6:48 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: DCI/DCA 2011 Repertoires

Hostrauser wrote:
Hostrauser wrote:
The inspiration for SCV 2011... "The Devil's Staircase"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZTaiDHqs5s

I just checked out the score to the Ligeti piece. Definitely an interesting piece to bring to the field, since it has no time signature! :shock:

(The score's notes: 12/8 is provided as guideline, the actual metre consists of 36 quavers divided asymmetrically. Tempo is given as dotted whole note = 30)



I went to SCV's b-day dinner on Sunday and WOW... that's all I can really say :)

Author:  Wildabeast [ Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:48 pm ]
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Cadets from February - they'll be at Stanford!

Blue Knights from February - in addition to Holst, there is Grainger. Nice long clip. They'll also be at Stanford. Enjoy!

Author:  malletphreak [ Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:24 pm ]
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Wildabeast wrote:
Cadets from February - they'll be at Stanford!

Blue Knights from February - in addition to Holst, there is Grainger. Nice long clip. They'll also be at Stanford. Enjoy!



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