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What does the acronym "DCI" really stand for????
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Author:  srmumz [ Wed Feb 09, 2005 8:34 pm ]
Post subject:  What does the acronym "DCI" really stand for????

DCI = Drum Corps International ????

Or is it DCI = Demands Compliant Identity

What can you come up with ????

Author:  Maggie [ Tue May 03, 2005 5:25 pm ]
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Well, it seems to me that "Compliant Identity" is what Drum Corps has always been about. Just look at the rules that the VFW and American Legion established. If you didn't follow those rules like everyone else, you didn't place well and didn't make much money. And what was hard was that there were differences between the two set of rules!

It's nice that we have only one set of rules that is open to change, although personally, I don't think I could ever really get my head around the use of amplified voices and definately never the use of woodwinds. I don't mind the pit having amplification because it saves the instruments from being beaten to death and it should save the Corps money in the long run, so it's a good thing.

Author:  LAMystreaux [ Tue May 03, 2005 8:53 pm ]
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Ummm. . .Drum Corps International


(last time I checked)

Author:  mattnjonnie [ Sun Jul 03, 2005 10:46 am ]
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Devils, Cavvies = Ist

Tough to unseed these two corps. Maybe Cadets this year - then you can replace Cavvies with Cadets.

I don't see any other corps entering the top two for a while.

Matt

Author:  SKfabz [ Mon Oct 06, 2008 7:14 am ]
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Three years on and Phantom regiment won. Get in there PR!!!!!!!!

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