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A tribute to Monsignor Edward F. Wojtycha

by Gary Dickelman, DCW staff
gdickelman@epsscentral.net

This article originally appeared in the June 2008 edition of Drum Corps World (Volume 37, Number 3). This is the type of article and the quality of writing that is included in each issue. We encourage you to subscribe for one year of monthly issues about the worldwide drum and bugle corps activity.

In 1963, I witnessed my first National Dream contest at...

August 18, 2008

Part 2: DCI audience survey not perfect, but fans are largely satisfied

by Mike Ferlazzo, DCW staff
mferlazzo@yahoo.com

This article originally appeared in the June 2008 edition of Drum Corps World (Volume 37, Number 3).

Steve Auditore will be the first to tell you that the 2007 Audience Profile Project he led for Drum Corps International isn’t perfect.

“Yeah, it was self-selecting, self-reporting [among the respondents] — clearly bias toward people who could do things...

August 10, 2008

DCI will telecast World Class quarterfinals to 350 movie theaters August 7

DCI release
Precision marching, resounding percussion and the ability to rock the stadium are once again featured in the Drum Corps International World Championship Quarterfinals in its exclusive, annual in-theatre even, “Big, Loud & Live 5″ on Thursday, August 7. Celebrating its fifth anniversary bringing the best-of-the-best marching music ensembles to the big screen, the presentation will be seen in more than 340 movie theatres this year, nearly triple the number of venues from last year.

Tickets for “Big, Loud...

July 31, 2008

2008 alumni, mini- and military corps repertoire

by Dave Scott, DCW staff
scottdw02@hotmail.com

This article originally was published in the May 2008 edition of Drum Corps World (Volume 37, Number 2).

• Amoskeag Sound, Hava Nagila, Annunsio Montovani, Don’t Cry For Me Argentina, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Pegasus, Hank Levy, Oye Como Va, Tito Puente, Brazil, Russell Barroso and The Lonely Bull, Herb Alpert.
• Archer-Epler Musketeers, TBA.
• Blessed...

July 30, 2008

South Africa hears the drumbeat

by Cozy Baker, DCW Features Editor
cozyporch@aol.com

This article was originally published in the May 2008 edition of Drum Corps World (Volume 37, Number 2).

South Africa is on another continent from most of corpsdom, yet conducts ceremonies of cherished traditions. Herman Mashaba is the chairman of the Field Band Foundation. In a country that seeks to reduce apartheid, AIDS, poverty and more, performing arts is employed as a...

July 20, 2008

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Drum Corps World is published as an on-line electronic magazine by Sights & Sounds, Inc., Madison, WI. It is supported by advertising from manufacturers, service providers, corps, circuits and show sponsors. The publication began in October 1971 at the same time Drum Corps International was formed and has been produced continuously as a tabloid newspaper until April 2011 and on the Internet since May 2011. It is released monthly, as well as six additional e-mail blasts, one in late June, three during July and two in August.

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