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            The Beat – Vol. 4

            Lately it has come to my attention that there has been some general discussion about the integrity of marching percussion. This discussion has focused around the use of body movement in marching percussion and the integrity of marching percussion as far as it relates to “cleanliness” and the overall use of body movement in design. […]

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            The Beat – What’s This All About?

            As we head down the stretch of Indoor Percussion for 2007, I can’t help but think "What’s This All About?" Really now……back in the day of guard contests, there would usually be a color guard stomping around the gym floor herking and jerking their way to "Opener’s", " Color Pre’s" and "Closers." I loved those […]

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            The Beat – The Great Debate

            The Great Debate ….. Mylar vs. Kevlar As I travel throughout the United States, Canada, Asia, Europe and Africa visiting hundreds if not thousands of marching bands and drum corps I am constantly listening to all kinds, shapes and sizes of drums, drum heads and drum accessories. I listen, watch and then I hear the […]

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            The Beat – Where’s the Beef?

            In the last few years there has been a fair amount of discussion on drum forums about whether or not today’s drum corps, marching bands and indoor percussion sections are playing anything difficult in relation to what was being played 10, 20 or even 30 years ago. With all these discussions happening I thought it […]

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