Monthly Archives: November 2010

Tube-y Tuesday

Now that Thanksgiving has brought in the holiday season, a lot is going on in America.  And a lot of it is terrifying, yet fascinating. Some examples: 1. A family waiting outside Best Buy for the Black Friday sale 9 days … Continue reading

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Tube-y Tuesday

I’m really in the Thanksgiving mood right now, considering I will be leaving to go home in a few hours!  I know I already wrote one Thanksgiving post (thank YOU all for all your responses!) but I had to make … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving: The Instrument Stereotypes

As Thanksgiving approaches, it is only appropriate to address the wonderful phenomenon that is the band “family”.  It may sound corny, but the people in band end up being like your brothers and sisters and make school a home away … Continue reading

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Tube-y Tuesday

This weekend I got to have my first real upperclassman priviledge: making it on the list to travel to the UVA game.  We took a bus of exactly 57 juniors and seniors (mostly) on a three-hour tour trip.  Marching into … Continue reading

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Wisconsin is Inspiring

One of the great things about the Mighty Sound of Maryland is our director.  (I’m not going to name names here, but he may spark your interest if you look him up.) I’ve always found my band directors to be … Continue reading

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