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An emotions study in marching band
Beginning of band camp:
Halfway through band camp:
End of band camp:
Beginning of marching season:
Passing by a band you’re rivals with:
Watching other bands in your class perform:
Watching a band you revere perform:
Watching your rival band perform:
Waiting for awards:
Winning best in your class and beating your rivals:
End of the season:
And repeat it all again next year!
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Day 2: How long have you been in guard? What school, circuit, class, group, etc. are you in? (Can apply for marching band and winter guard).
Idid guard for three years in high school and I am hopefully doing winter guard this season. Lake Howell High School and University of Central Florida. Both are in FFCC! LHHS is in Scholastic A and UCF is in Independent A. For LHHS marching band we were in 6A for two years and then my senior year we moved down to 5A.
Day 3: Favorite equipment?
Sabre, hands down. I don’t care if you can’t see it during marching season, I hate marching season lol.
Day 4: Favorite DCI? Favorite WGI?
I don’t have any preference for DCI, I’m not really into marching season shows. I enjoy watching them, but I don’t follow the competitions. As for WGI, I only really know Florida guards, but for the years in guard here are my favorites: 2009 Scholastic: Seminole High School (Still favorite show!) 2009 Independent: The Knights. 2010 Scholastic: Tarpon Springs HS 2010 Independent: NEi. 2011 Scholastic: Lyman HS 2011 Independent: OTV
Day 5: Favorite show you’ve performed?
That’s REALLY hard to choose because I haven’t REALLY marched a fabulous show yet. As much as I love winter guard the most fun show I have marched would have to be Electronic Evolution during my first marching season. The most successful show I marched was winter guard 2010 which was Love is the Exception.