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Writer/master brass technician opines on Don Angelica’s imprint on the drum and bugle corps activity.
The following is an excerpt from "The March on Massachusetts," a history of Massachusetts Drum Corps from the mid 1920s to the present. It will be available in early ’97. In the Beginning There Was a King *In the beginning, there was a king and this king ruled over a...
On Saturday evening, August 31, 1996, Mr. Al Saia was inducted into The World Drum Corps Hall of Fame, founded in 1976. This is a most prestigious honor, as Al joins fellow New England corpsmen Scotty Chapell, Dom Bianculli, Earl Sturtze, Vinnie Ratford, Pepe Notaro,...
Gerry wasn't like the other drummers and instructors. Hell, he wasn't like anyone you ever met before, a unique, creative, intense and driven genius. He now resides in Wilmington, Delaware and his current passion is sailing. He screams at the waves, the seagulls, the...
By Gerry Shellmer In my opinion, listening to a drum corps percussion section is as musically boring as a politician's campaign speech. Imagine how interesting and musically rewarding a drum corps contest would be if the instrumentation were not limited to mere drums...
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