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    Band Vs Marching Band

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    Throughout my high school and college career, I had a specific group with me along the way: musicians. In high school, I was in the marching band and the concert band. In college, I was in the orchestra and the pep band. Band for me wasn’t about playing the music. Music, to me, is just a hobby. What these group of musicians gave me was a sense of family. We would spend hours upon hours together with a common goal. In high school, that goal was to cheer on the football team or entertain a crowd. In college, it is all about basketball. The sense of school spirit that comes along with pep band is why I decided to include this. We are the most loyal fans to our school’s basketball teams, both men and women. When the crowd is not into…

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    Concert Band

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    When you hear the word band when related to music, what do you think of? Is it a small group of friends playing in a garage, or a huge group of people putting on a concert at school? Merriam Webster defines a band as “a group of persons, animals, or things; especially: a group of musicians organized for ensemble playing.” To finish out the semester I went to one last concert, the SIUE Wind Symphony and Concert Band. The opening piece of the night Where Never Lark or Eagle Flew by James Curnow.…

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    A Marching Band Analysis

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    One of the generalities about the band is that we are ambitious towards reaching goals yet lackadaisical towards giving the necessary work. We hope to have a productive rehearsal, yet talk for most of its duration. People, thinking they are leaders, yell for everyone to “help the pit!” yet do not help them themselves. As a band, we expect others to accomplish our goals for us. We assume that someone else is going to play loud enough to cover for our own lack of sound. We assume that the effort…

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    My Life In A Band Essay

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    Seven years of my life I played an instrument in a band for my hometown of Watertown, WI; little did I know that I would learn much more than playing music. Band Ensemble is a group I was motivated to join because of my brother and friends. After I joined the group and began playing the tuba, I always felt like I had a place. Being in band, I felt like I was a part of my community. First, I was drawn to band because I was interested in being a part of a team. Band was a lot of people coming…

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    Joining band We were in 5th grade and the teachers said we were allowed to choose some things for our schedule. One of the things we were allowed to choose was a fine arts class, which meant we could choose band, choir, or theater arts. When my sister was in 5th grade she had to choose, she chose choir, she was a natural at singing. I think my parents thought I would choose choir also, because my sister did. That day I had music, when I walked into the room I saw two people that I had never…

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    State Band Festival Essay

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    An unknown author wrote, “It’s only a failure if you don’t learn something.” State Band Festival, a big question revolving in our mind is should we go or not? Many things factor in this debate, but the pros outnumber the cons. We have to go to State Festival because it would benefit the students as a unique learning experience and the Lee High School Band is evolving. Going to State Band Festival serves a unique learning experience for the students participating in band. Going to State is not…

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    Band Hinds Concert Report

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    April 17, the band Hinds with opening act Twin Peaks perform live at the Crescent Ballroom in Downtown Phoenix. It was a Monday and I had class at 5:45pm till 7pm and homework due soon. Like every college student we tend to procrastinate and say "screw it, have fun",yet regret it later. That day I proudly skip class and my boyfriend and I take a lyft from my house to downtown Phoenix and meet up with our group of friends. To give a little information on the band, Hinds is a Spanish indie…

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    Marching Band Benefits

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    United States (“Musicians and Singers”). Meanwhile, there are about 35,000 high schools in the country with bands ranging from 20 to 400 members (“High School”). This difference in numbers does not constitute the amount of musicians there are in the nation, let alone the world. Many musically inclined individuals begin to prosper in high school band, which then leads to the overall passion for music. Aside from this passion, being involved in such programs has additional benefits to the…

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    This Band Partnership Agreement is made by and between the current band members apart of PIYAH (insert band members names) _________. This agreement shall be effective as of the date of the last signature below. The Band Partners agree as follows: The Band Partnership. The Band Partners establish themselves as a general partnership (the "Band Partnership") to be known as the _________________________ under the laws of _________________________ for the purposes of musical and related…

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    The phrase “band is life” is thrown around between each member of the band. To an outsider, the phrase might be a little strange and not knowing the context of it might be off putting. The phrase to each member roughly means this is what I really enjoy being apart of and I'm proud of what I'm building. Another phrase used by the band at Center Hill is “What does it take to make a marching band great?” and the response of the entire band yells back “Pride!” and they repeat what two times and…

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