Tag: soundtracks

  • Drum Major Interview

    Marching Roundtable Interview: Episode 42: DCI Drum Majors– Life On & Off the Podium [player track=”http://marchingroundtable.com/Podcasts/MRTDCIDRUMMAJORS1.mp3″] Download Part 1 Three DCI drum majors take us behind the scenes explaining their roles on and off the podium, as well as sharing tips and advice for those interested in becoming drum majors. Our guests: Brad Green of […]

  • 8000 Floating Lanterns With Soundtrack

    Back near the beginning of July 2011, I discovered a collection of YouTube videos displaying an amazing human phenomenon celebrating the summer solstice. I posted the discovery on my blog – http://bradkerrgreen.com/8000-floating-latterns. “To celebrate the recent summer solstice, residents of Pozna?, Poland gathered to break the country’s record for releasing paper lanterns by setting 8,000 […]

  • Departures – Explaining This Symphonic Poem For Wind Ensemble

    For the GDYO (Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra) Wind Symphony.   Departures for Winds and Percussion is a symphonic (tone) poem – a piece of music in a single continuous section in which the content of a poem, a story or novel, a painting, a landscape or another non-musical source is illustrated or evoked. For me, […]

  • Twenty-Ten

    2010 – It was a good year littered with unfortunate events – ranging from the devastation in Haiti to the BP Oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, tough economic times, the competitive media rallies of Fox vs. Comedy Central, the end of Lost, the rebirth of Conan, and so on. 2010 was a year […]

  • Cypress Independent 2010

    I’m proud to have constructed the soundtrack for the 2010 Cypress Independent Winter Guard. To see a list of other clientele, click here.