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2017 Drum Corps Shows
Jan '17 / edited May '17
List of Shows -
2017 Source Music Playlist -
Boston looks like it may have something to do with the Salem Witch Trials based on a video tease they released yesterday.
jgriff17 do you mean the Blair Witch Project?
No, I mean the Salem Witch Trials...
The witch trials took place in Salem, MA which is relatively near Boston
I can't provide a direct link to it, but the Blue Stars have announced their show, "Star Crossed." It's just the top headline on their page.
(gonna update now)
jgriff17 I know what the witch trials were, their video just reminded me of the Blair Witch Project
Kidsgrovescouts - Montagues and capulets (according to this post
DCA OPEN CLASS
- Alliance -
- Atlanta CV - Through the Glass Looking...
- Bushwackers -
- Cadets² -
- Carolina Gold - So Into You...
- Connecticut Hurricanes "Porgy and Bess"
My Man’s Gone Now, Summertime, Bess, You is My Woman Now, It Ain’t Necessarily So, Oh Lord I’m On My Way (from Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin)
- Fusion Core -
- Govenaires -
- Hawthorne Caballeros -
- Kidsgrove Scouts - Montagues & Capulets
- Long Island Sunrisers -
- Reading Buccaneers - Behind the Suit
Music of Hans Zimmer, Michael Daugherty, Samuel Barber and Richard Strauss, original compositions by Mark Lortz, Johnny Trujillo and Mike Lalli
-Minnesota Brass - Pins & Needles
- Skyliners "Xscape"
All the Rowboats (Regina Spektor), Escape to Paradise (from Chicken Run, by John Powell and Harry Gregson-Williams), Xscape (Michael Jackson), Lost Boy (Ruth B), Kingfishers Catch Fire Movement 2 (John Mackey)
- White Sabers "WaterwayS"
Waterways (Ludovico Einaudi), Equus (Eric Whitacre), Rain (Brian Balmages), Bridge Over Troubled Waters (Simon and Garfunkel), Niagara Falls (Michael Daugherty)
DCA A CLASS
- Chops, Inc. - Aria 51
Flight from Man of Steel (Hans Zimmer), Arrows of the Gods from Titus (Elliot Goldenthal), Flower Duet from Lakmé (Léo Delibes), I Will Follow You Into the Dark (Death Cab for Cutie)
(Announcement under details)
- Cincinnati Tradition -
- Erie Thunderbirds -
- Excelsior -
- Kilties -
PENDING DCA CORPS
- Highland Regiment - Fearless
Moorside March, Psalm 23, and Henry V (from William Walton), Black Bear, Scotland the Brave!
- Legacy - Out of the Ashes
Dies Irae (from Requiem by Giuseppe Verdi), March to the Scaffold (from Symphonie Fantastique by Hector Berlioz), Nimrod (from Enigma Sketches by Edward Elgar), Infernal Danse, Bercuse, and Finale (from Firebird by Igor Stravinsky)
- New England Centurions - The Journey Home
Going Home from New World Symphony (Antonín Dvořák), The Hut of Baba Yaga from Pictures at an Exhibition (Modest Mussorgsky), Last Train Home (Pat Metheny)
- Southern Knights -
Thanks for DCA! Didn't meant to exclude them, just don't follow as much. I pasted your post in.
here's a link from corpsreps.com that shows all the released shows so far. Including DCA and International corps
Mar '17 / edited Mar '17
Mandarins 2017 - Inside the Ink
Must be a spin on BD's 2015 show :P
edit: oops, I said "outside" instead of "inside." It's fixed now.
Listening to their description it sounds VERY cool actually, it's using the Rosarch Ink Blot tests (look at the ink blot and tell the psychiatrist what you see thing) as the theme basis, they said they're going to have sanity versus insanity going on the whole time.
Yes, let's keep this at announced shows please and thank you.
Cavaliers: Men Are from Mars
Featuring the music of:
Updated with (what sounds like a very cool) Cavaliers show.
Madison Scouts: The Last Man Standing
The Cadets will be performing Bernstein's Mass this summer:
(show title still unknown)
By watching a few performances from Mass I definitely think cadets will be taking a biblical stance this year and I love it. I really hope George does more of a "Gods dead/Gods not dead" (Think Pride of Cincinnati 2012) sort of show with this music. I've got this urge to see a corps do something really controversial and I can see cadets doing that.
Blue Knights: i
Is it a show about imaginary numbers? xp
May '17 / edited May '17
Can't get the link since I'm on my phone, but the Academy announced their show, "By a Hare," on Twitter. I'll edit in the link when I can.
Colts: Both Sides Now
I like the concept of this one.
Blue Devils: Metamorph
Blue Devils B: The World the Children Made
Blue Devils C: Come Fly with Me
Santa Clara Vanguard: Ouroboros
^im calling It now. This year is the year SCV will medal. (Yes, I'm aware people say this every year.)
From what we've gotten so far I think the top three (not sure about placement)
1. Blue Devils
2.Santa Clara Vanguard
Jersey Surf - "Make It Our Own"
Shofukan - Snarky Puppy
Chandelier - Sia
An Olive Tree - Basia
Shofukan is a great fit for Surf. I can't wait to hear their arrangement.
Spirit of Atlanta: Crossroads: We are Here
I'll try to fetch the link soon; doing this on my phone atm
Here it is:
Pacific Crest: Golden State of Mind
Boston Crusaders - "Wicked Games"
Movement One: "Full Moon Forest and Rising of the Sun"
- Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven
- The Adoration of Veles and Ala (From Scythian Suite) by Sergei Prokofiev
Movement Two: "Whispers and Accusations"
- Whispers by Colin McNutt, Iain Moyer, Michael Zellers
- Cortege Macabre (from Grohg) by Aaron Copland
Movement Three: "Tortured"
- Wicked Game by Chris Isaak
Movement Four: "Hunt for the Afflicted"
- Toccata (from Piano Concerto no. 1) by Alberto Ginastera
Movement Five: "Trial and Execution"
- The Verdict by Ryan George, Colin McNutt, Iain Moyer
I'll try to get a more organized post up by the end of the day.
(Boston Crusaders sounds pretty...wicked).
Shofukan? That's amazing! Was wondering when someone would play some Snarky Puppy stuff.
Both Surf and Spirit are playing Shofukan. I'm interested to see each corps' rendition of it.
Phantom Regiment announcing on June 1, might have something to do with "reimagining"
The Cadets - "the faithful, the fallen, the forgiven"
Troopers - Duels & Duets
Repertoire announced from the Bluecoats...
Updated with a link to corpsreps, their page is more organized than I'm able to do on here. Also posted a link to a playlist with all of the officially announced source music courtesy of DCP.
Cascades: "Set Free"
Columbians: “Do Not Go Gentle”
Funeral March - Edvard Grieg
Adagio for Strings - Samuel Barber
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night - Elliot de Borgo
A Mighty Fortress
Phantom Regiment: "Phantasm"
Finlandia – Jean Sibelius
Symphony No. 12 – Dmitri Shostakovich
“Entering the Nightmare” from Dreamscapes – Maurice Jarre
Piano Concerto No. 2 – Sergei Rachmaninoff
Symphony No. 3 – Aram Khachaturian
Carolina Crown's repertoire:
"Everything in its Right Place" - Radiohead
"Little Fugue in G Minor" - Johann Sebastian Bach
"Crown Imperial" - William Walton
"Symphony No. 3" - Vittorio Giannini
"Old Home Days" - Charles Ives
"Raveling, Unraveling" - Philip Sparke
"For Good" - Stephen Schwartz
"NO one To kNOW one" - Andy Akiho
Cavaliers Released their full repertoire:
Richard Strauss - "Also Sprach Zarathustra"
Aaron Copland - "Fanfare For The Common Man"
John Mackey - "Wine Dark Sea"
Steve Vai - "Little Green Men"
Max Richter - "On The Nature Of Daylight"
Laurie Anderson - "O Superman"
Johann Johansson - "Sun's Gone Dim"
Gustav Holst - "Mars"
Frank Sinatra - "My Way"
Carolina Crown, "It is..."
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