Tag: choreography

Who Are You Writing For?

| March 11, 2013 | 3 Comments

We’re now in the middle of the winter guard season and the competitive heat is on. Many instructors struggle with what to do with judge’s comments. You’ve probably been told that something in your show that you thought was great isn’t so great. Now you have to decide what to do. We who judge like […]

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Taking the Next Step: Adding Lower Body Mid-Season

So, because I need to get a life have an odd fascination with pageantry activities, a few weeks back when I had a Saturday without a show on my calendar, I decided to tag along with a dear friend and watch that evening’s event.  {Yes, I judge for 9 weekends in the fall.  In a […]

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Tip for Today: Velocity of the Choreography

| August 28, 2007 | 0 Comments

“Ever watch a mediocre or dirty color guard video on fast forward?  Notice how they go from really dirty in regular play, to almost clean in fast forward!  Sometimes the key to making your choreography readable or cleaner, is to speed up the velocity.  If your guard is adequately trained, speeding up the velocity of […]

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