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Favorite songs from 2018 shows???

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I'm always a sucker for Defying Gravity

2018 Southwestern

Other notable ones:

The Cool Kids (2018 AC)

Make It Rain (2018 Casey)

Wake Me Up (2018 PC)

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2 hours ago, DCHSTRUMPMELLO said:

BALLOT MAKE OUR GARDEN GROW

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3 hours ago, DCHSTRUMPMELLO said:

2018 DCHS SHOWNAME: FIELDS OF PROMISE
OPENER APPALACHIAN SPRING
BALLOT MAKE OUR GARDEN GROW
CLOSER SHAKER MELODY

Your show was about farming and voting? Must've been a long show.

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On 10/16/2018 at 11:23 AM, Cavie Fan said:

We should all be ashamed of ourselves because we have left out the most over used piece of music in marching band history.  Aaron Copeland's Appalachian Spring has been played so many time by so many bands/drum corps that when someone starts playing it I automatically fall asleep.  I have only seen one original version of this piece of music and that was maybe in 07 or 08 one of the Indianapolis bands (don't remember which one) had giant copper springs all over the field and springs on their shakos instead of plumes. To say the least it was a different concept on that piece of music.  I was chuckling through the entire performance. 

 

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39 minutes ago, Stanley Hudson said:

Your show was about farming and voting? Must've been a long show.

Daviess County's main melody is Simple Gifts, along with Appalachian Springs and their ballad is based on Make Our Garden Grow. 

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Appalachian Spring is based off of Simple Gifts which is a Shaker Song. We do have a Shaker community in Kentucky. And the Appalachian Mountains. And spring. That's about as Kentucky as you can get. 

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