Color Guards’ Amazing History! People know that during half time at football games two bands play and in the band there are the color guard. No one ever stops to think about them and how they came to be. The fans just know that they are there most likely to just entertain them. They never stop to think twice as to how color guard was made and the big meaning behind it all.
WOW! What a fantastic marching band. I saw many great things out on the field today. Your show definitely engages your audience. Just remember that all throughout the show you have to give your best energy to give your best show.
Color guard is extremely special and important to me. Many ask, “what is color guard?” “What do you guys even do?” When an audience watches a performance, what most people see is a bunch of people jumping and dancing across a football field, in strange costumes with flags and weapons in their hands, to marching band music. It may seem a bit ridiculous and whimsical to someone that has never been to a marching band competition.
Everyone instantly loved him. In fact one of his songs “Angels” was played on the hit show Grey’s Anatomy, in the episode “Don’t stop me now” which aired April 27th, 2017. Life is short, it’s important to live it to its fullest capability while you’re young. Tim McGraw says in his song “Live Like You’re Dying” that “I was in my early forties, with a lot of life before me, then a moment came that stopped me on a dime.” Which means to me you never know
The thing that I love most about camp is that nothing ever changes. Of course each summer, new nine-year-olds would arrive but the principles of honor, respect and hope would live on,
"It took a lot of mental toughness. We 're going to remember this for the rest of our lives." It completed an incredible comeback for the Patriots, who had looked dead and buried after the Falcons scored three first-half touchdowns and an early score in the third quarter to power 25 points ahead. No team had ever come back from more than 10 points to win the Super Bowl, and the Patriots looked to be heading for a crushing defeat.
They come to to a ranch an’ work up a stake and then they go into town and blow their stake, and the first thing you know they’re pounding their tail on some other ranch.” (Steinbeck 13). When working hard for a goal, it’s really hard to not blow your stake because most of the ranchers had nothing else to look forward to in the future. Even though George and Lennie didn’t have anyone or anything in their life, they had each other, and the courage to still fight for their dreams which builds the most powerful strength anybody could
And Dak to this day still talks to Anthony. Dak finished his career at football and he graduated college with a business major. He now runs a company and every Sunday he goes and watches his best friend play as a Dallas Cowboy. Dak was very successful because he didn’t leave the field regretting what he could have done but he left the field as a champion. And to this day Dak has went to every game that Anthony has played.
Excited to be that much closer to doing something I love. Whether I start the game or not when the team huddles up and one of the players leads us in our team chant and the huddle breaks I couldn’t be happier. After the umpire announces the start of the game I immediately feel overwhelmed with stress but it 's a positive stress, this stress makes me want to succeed and prove myself to the upperclassman on the team. This stress makes me want to make every play look effortless and hit every ball over the fence, all these thoughts and feelings take place before the first pitch. All the stress is relieved once again after I take the field or walk up to the plate for my first at bat.
Game day: one of the most important, if not the most important day every week during the fall for any student. You can feel the Trojan Pride rushing through your body as your day begins. The whole school has a buzz going around it just thriving with anticipation for the upcoming game each Friday. That feeling of watching your team play under the lights is just an amazing feeling. September 4, 2015:
Alongside football games, the Mighty Trojan Marching Band attends many competitions throughout the marching season. Bands true mettle are shown on the field. Competitions are a highlight for many members of the band, since they are filled with rival bands, food and music. While marching band members see band having an ultimatum, get a trophy, or don’t try, Band director Mr. Farrell stresses the importance of professionalism, effort and fun. Third year marcher, trumpet player and junior Blakely Parker added, “What beats talent?
He advises all young musicians to, "join a band of people you enjoy playing with," a task not very simple for people who have few choices when it comes to bands to join. Wilcox 's "three pillars of music" closed off the interview, and all related parties left to continue their lives. Wilcox is a very strong example of a broken mold. He plays trumpet well enought to be 1st chair in a relatively skilled band, but he still moves with militaristic discipline reminescent of his darker, bloodier past.
The drum major’s voice rings out, sharp and clear in the tense silence. We hear her call us to set, and we freeze. The band is across the field, standing a block, every member leaning forward, forming the same angle towards the ground. We are lined up from the 35 yard line to the 45, lying on the wet grass as if we are asleep. We are perfectly still, then suddenly we rise, kicking our legs in unison.
“A house is made of walls and beams… A home is made of love and dreams,” (William Arthur Ward). As teammates, we are brothers on that field, and we have to put everything out on that field together. We have to show love towards each other because without it; we will fall. We have to work together to see our dreams realized or we will be crushed.
As the Navajo people chant, “Oh beauty before me, beauty behind me, beauty to the right of me, beauty to the left of me, beauty above me, beauty below me, I am on the Pollen Path. In the house of life I wander, On the pollen path.” (“Wandering the Navajo Pollen Path” 1). This chant is a Navajo Ritual, that is meant to remind the Navajo people that our journeys will have many starting points, stalling points, opportunities to develop, that people will be there to support us in our journey, until we are ready to emerge into the path and continue our journey. As a Navajo woman, who is Carmelita Graymountain and what is her journey like?