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An interview with the Cascades’ board chair, Mike Bujnowski

by DCW Publisher Steve Vickers
publisher@drumcorpsworld.com

This article was originally published in the April 2009 edition of Drum Corps World (Volume 38, Number 1).

My memory of the Seattle Cascadesgoes back to the early 1970s when I was invited by Fred Lopez to attend several Drum Corps West Championship events in Washington. I was there partly out of curiosity about the significant number of western corps and especially the Pacific Northwest representatives.

The other...

June 16, 2009

My own top 10 drum corps memories

by Adam Burdett, DCW staff
adamburdett@verizon.net

This article was originally published in the April 2009 edition of Drum Corps World (Volume 38, Number 1).

As the quiet off-season of drum corps continues, I feel that now would be a great time to reminisce a bit about some great drum corps moments of the recent past. Many of you may have seen articles written by me before. For those who haven’t, here is a little background information.

My name is Adam Burdett, born and raised...

June 07, 2009

Southern California corps gear up for busy 2009

by Jim Claytor, DCW staff
musicforfilm@yahoo.com

This article was originally published in the March 2009 edition of Drum Corps World (Volume 37, Number 12).

In the land of Hollywood, movie stars, Beverly Hills and beautiful beaches, Southern California roars into 2009 with a vengeance, as one of the country’s emerging regions for drum and bugle corps. With 10 drum corps within a 40-mile radius of Los Angeles, the greater LA/Orange County vicinity alone hosts six shows and countless...

May 28, 2009

Remembering Cozy

by Tom Peashey

These articles were originally published in the February 2009 edition of Drum Corps World (Volume 37, Number 11).

For many years, one of the cornerstones of this paper has been the informative and insightful “Cozy’s Corner” column, penned by Michael “Cozy” Baker, one of — if not THE — best writers in our activity. Cozy, always a health-advocate and in very good physical condition, succumbed to a severe staph infection the morning of December 27 at the Veterans Hospital in Birmingham, AL, just a few...

May 23, 2009

2009 repertoire for DCI World and Open, DCA and alumni corps

compiled by Dave Scott, DCW staff
scottdw02@hotmail.com

Drum Corps World staff member Dave Scott compiled the following list of repertoire for all levels of the activity. The information appeared in the April (Volume 38, Number 1) and May (Volume 38, Number 2) issues of Drum Corps World. It’s possible that, because of copyright licensing, some selections have changed since these lists appeared in print.

DCI World Class

* The Academy –“The Ascent,” Call of the...

May 21, 2009

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