umbreon-ite:

Ah yes, the flute

umbreon-ite:

Ah yes, the flute

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drumcorpshero:

More shots of people having better summers than I am. More on Bluecoats Facebook page!

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shirtlessdci:

DCI _ Trumpet ( Crossmen )

shirtlessdci:

DCI _ Trumpet ( Crossmen )


ebharmony:

Those practice days where you feel like:

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shirtlessdci:

DCI _ Mello  ( Cadets )

shirtlessdci:

DCI _ Mello ( Cadets )


supersaiyansuzy:

Santa Clara Vanguard 2014

supersaiyansuzy:

Santa Clara Vanguard 2014

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So that’s the main secret about him. He was struggling all his life to recapture those pure, unmixed, overflowing emotions of childhood. I’m sure you’ve all had emotions like that, that filled-up feeling that nature sometimes makes you have, especially in the spring, when you almost want to cry because everything is so beautiful. Well, Mahler’s music is full of those feelings and full of the sounds of nature, like bird calls and hunting horns and forest murmurs—which are all part of his idea of beauty, childlike beauty. Here was this grown-up, very sophisticated, learned man, with children of his own and a heart full of struggles between the different voices fighting inside him, always trying to feel pure and innocent again, like a child. And that, too, is another one of those battles he had, the battle of the double man—half man, half child.

bloogue:

Got to see Phantom’s show tonight! Saw and watched Greg in the drill. Killing it!

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