Tag: Halftime Magazine

“Props to You” Article from Halftime Magazine

| February 3, 2008 | 0 Comments

This excellent article from Halftime Magazine written by David G. Hill explores the use of props in both indoor and outdoor performance!  Don't miss this one!  "Props to You "  

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Tight Transitions (from Halftime Magazine)

| January 2, 2008 | 1 Comment

Here is an article I wrote for Halftime Magazine on how performers can tighten up their transitions to add a look of professionalism to the show.  Check it out on Halftime’s website and check out their other great articles as well!  Help support this new magazine which celebrates our favorite activity!

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Halftime Article: Growing the Guard

| September 30, 2007 | 1 Comment

This is a fantastic article featured in the "On Guard" section of Halftime Magazine's website called "Growing the Guard ."  Written by Chris Previc, it showcases one PA guard's very successful solution to their recruitment problem!  They started a middle school feeder guard!  Check out this article and the rest of Halftime's excellent website.  Please […]

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Mastering Memorization

| September 30, 2007 | 0 Comments

Here is an article I co-wrote for Halftime Magazine on Mastering Memorization .  It has tips for performers on ways to make memorizing routines easier!  The article is applicable to both guard and instrumentalists!  Please visit their website and support this exciting new publication that features our favorite activities!

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Recovering from Drops

| September 30, 2007 | 0 Comments

Here is a sectionals article I wrote for Halftime Magazine on Recovering from Drops .  Please visit their website and support this exciting new publication that showcases our very favorite activities!    

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HALFTIME Magazine!

| July 11, 2007 | 0 Comments

Halftime Magazine, a new online AND print magazine which “highlights the sights, sounds and spirit of marching band” debuted this summer!  “The magazine aims to entertain, educate and inspire students in the marching arts.”

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