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2012 - AAB Webisode 6

2012 US Army All-American Bowl

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2012 - AAB Webisode 6

2012 US Army All-American Bowl

My name is Kelsey Ferneau and I play Mellophone for the U.S. Army All-American Band.
We’ve finished the first movement yesterday and we’re starting on the second one, which has some fun stuff with it, so that should be exciting.
Well it starts to feel more like the whole band, likes its becoming a whole, especially with the pit and the drums then the color guard just added another texture which is really cool.
T. Andre Feagin: I think they play and even more important role because I’m like a wind player who gets to hide behind the instrument.
They don’t get to do that. Like the face is vulnerable and they have to portray this whole patriotic, jazz kind of 50’s vibe that’s a hard thing to do that a trumpet player doesn’t have to worry about.
Everyone has a personality, and it is really, really, really incredible.
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